You know your kids are Montessori when

You know your kids are Montessori when…

 by Elizabeth Vice You know your kids are Montessori when your oldest will be graduating from the college of his dreams at 20 years old. His college offers a four-year bachelor’s degree in timber framing and a full progress of traditional historic preservation major class. And he’s at the top of his trades classes because of his […]

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Help Me Help Myself

Article re-posted with permission from Maren Schmidt. Children from about age three are asking us to help them learn independence. Children want to learn how to do things on their own without adult supervision or permission. Even though at times we feel we have to help children constantly, in reality, children are asking us to […]

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Building Independence for Our Little Learners

As a parent, whenever someone asks you what you want for your child, you usually have a list of the usual answers: health, happiness and smarts. It wasn’t until our baby became four years old that I realized the word independent was missing from our list! For the longest time, I think we just assumed […]

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8 Everyday Items to Support Toddler Independence

In just a couple of months, my son will be turning 2-years-old. As a parent, I am sure you can relate to the magnitude of emotions this brings. A parent, in reference to children growing up, surely must have coined the term “bittersweet.” Parenting is, without a doubt, the most incredible journey of constant learning, stretching, […]

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