When faced with twenty different rattles, an entire section of busy boxes, countless stuffed animals of every shape and size, it can be hard to find beautiful and useful toys for your baby without becoming overwhelmed. Let’s tune in to the principles that Montessori learning teach us and review what makes a toy Montessori. Montessori [...]
Malika Pham of the San Francisco Bay Area is now a mother of three with the recent addition of baby Jamila to her family. She is new to the Montessori method and is working on incorporating it at home...
Successfully "potty training" your child can be an intimidating task. Luckily, the Monti Kids Learning Team has some tips and tricks to navigate the Montessori toilet learning process with minimal drama!
Nicole Kavanaugh of Minnesota is the mother of three with a baby due in September. Nicole is kicking off our Day in the Life series. She walks us through her toddler Gus’ day, and how she applies the Montessori method at home.
Food preparation activities for children, especially between the ages of 0-3 years, are not only fun to do and observe, but they are also so important for a young child’s development.
Whether you’re bound for a road trip, flight, or wilderness adventure, traveling with toddlers can be exciting and daunting. Here are 9 Montessori tips for traveling with a toddler.
The Montessori method is full of insights into parenting, teaching, and learning. Here is a Montessori glossary to help you get familiar with this brilliant and proven educational methodology.
Why does my toddler keep throwing things? If you are a parent of a toddler, this question has likely come up! Here are a few things to keep in mind about your little one’s new fascination with tossing everything in sight:
Montessori comes in all shapes, sizes, colors, cultures, and spaces. That’s the magic of the Montessori method: it rests on following your unique child and her needs and interests. This month, Monti Kids is celebrating Montessori playspaces from far and wide.
Baking with kids is fun, educational, and rewarding. Here are some of the reasons why time in the kitchen is a great way to incorporate Montessori into your home.