Category Archives: Montessori

Trust and Responsibility

Today’s tip on how Montessori prepares our children for life comes from MariaMontessori.com and gives some insight into how “the early introduction of matches, needles and knives prepare our children for the responsibility of car keys at sixteen?” read on…

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“Maria Montessori: guru for a new generation of business innovators”

Of course we love these (increasingly frequent) articles on the positive effects of Montessori on business innovation and creative thinking. Read on! The Globe and Mail “Maria Montessori: guru for a new generation of business innovators” by James Martin.

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The Parent Trap

While parenting Montessori children, here’s a new twist to praise and building “self-esteem”.  Count how many times a day you say “Good Job!” to your children… then read this: How Can We Help Our Children Avoid the “Self-Esteem Trap?” written … Continue reading

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Just for Fun

Check out this Facebook page on “Stuff Montessori Kids Say”…. there are some hysterical stories! http://www.facebook.com/StuffMontessoriKidsSay

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Kids Talk

Here’s a great site for bite size tidbits of info on Montessori and childhood development issues. It’s written by Maren Stark Schmidt, who is the author of Understanding Montessori: A Guide for Parents. http://www.kidstalknews.com/

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“School 2.0” and an interview with Steve Hughes

Please set aside a little time to listen to this podcast.  This interview was chock full of info on just the kind of questions that are regularly asked. LISTEN: An interview that Steve Hughes did on Think! with Krys Boyd … Continue reading

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