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Doing Montessori at Home with Your Baby (7 to 9 months)

by Anastasia Rehbein opportunity free discover stir up life Let these words just sink in for a few moments as you think of your beautiful child. May I just remind that you and the world you create for your child is all they are going to know at this stage in their life? I have some ideas […]

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Five Tips for Getting the Whole Family Out the Door!

by Kate Koch-Sundquist My kids are like any kids, really. They have good days, and they have bad days. There are days when I feel like the best mom in the world and days when I think they’d be better off raised by the feral cats next door. Then there are days when I think […]

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Let Your Kids Use Sharp Knives & Hot Stoves

  Originally posted at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/parenting/wp/2016/04/27/let-your-kids-use-sharp-knives-and-hot-stoves/ (reposted with permission) Would you let your 2-year-old use a chef’s knife? Many people think that sounds not just dangerous, but insane. However, that’s what my friend J.M. Hirsch, a prominent food writer and cookbook author, did with his son Parker. I’m a little more conservative (okay, fearful) than he is. […]

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The No Rescue Policy: Why it’s Time

By: Parenting Educator and Author Amy McCready Forgotten lunches. Essays. Homework. Sports equipment. Oversleeping. Never fear! Mom or Dad are near! No doubt, we parents feel a little super-hero-ish when we show up to rescue our kids in distress when they forget what they need or what they’re supposed to do. Whether we’re protecting them […]

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What To Look For In A Montessori School

Montessori education allows children to create their own learning paths, building on student interests to create a community of knowledge. This educational philosophy has been highly successful, creating some of the greatest thinkers of our time. Yet, choosing the right Montessori school is not always easy. Because Montessori is a method and philosophy of education, […]

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Submit Your Blog, Share Your Montessori Voice

JOIN IN OUR EXCITEMENT…We are now accepting YOUR blog submissions! Have you always wanted to share your knowledge of Montessori? Now is YOUR chance! If you’re new to blogging, this process may feel a bit intimidating. If you’re an experienced blogger, this is great opportunity to expand your audience. No one has your exact experiences, […]

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And the winner of the Montessori Rocks T-shirt Design Contest is…

The votes have been tallied, and the winner of the Montessori Rocks T-shirt Design Contest is… Montessori – It’s Old School created by Katy Allen! Katy will get a free t-shirt featuring her very own design, and her design will be available for everyone to purchase in our Gear Store, launching this summer. Congrats Katy, […]

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Getting to Know Our Finalists – T-shirt Design Contest

  Our t-shirt contest was a raving success and we want to thank everyone who participated in designing a Montessori inspired t-shirt. The response was overwhelming! We had entries from Washington to New York! Even a teacher took time the last week of school to have her students create beautiful designs as well. As many […]

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T-Shirt Design Contest & Giveaway

Do you love Montessori and wish there were more items designed that were inspiring to the Montessori community? Well, so do we! This is where YOU come in! As we are gearing up to open our Montessori Rocks! Gear store, we thought we might throw a little contest and giveaway into the mix. It’s quite […]

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“I Can Do it Myself” Breakfast for Mother’s Day

With Mother’s Day quickly approaching, we have created a blog for you to help your little one prepare a do-it-themselves breakfast for their Montessori Mama. Practical life is so important to developing the whole child and no matter the age, this can prove to be such a great experience for everyone involved in the process. […]

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