Milestones can be reached at any age and are thrilling to observe. Developmental benchmarks often bring to mind walking and talking. At Monti Kids, we like to celebrate those that get less attention and are just as important. Concentration, independence, exploration, and perseverance are habits that can be developed early and lay the foundation for future learning.
Baking with kids, especially around the holidays, is fun, educational, and rewarding. Food is a wonderful way to show love and begin a holiday tradition that your little one will cherish for years to come. Here are some of the reasons why time in the kitchen is a great way to incorporate Montessori into your home.
Parenting toddlers is joyful and fulfilling, but it’s also exhausting! Monti Kids team member, Montessori educator, and a mom of three, Stacy, shared 5 useful tips on positive parenting techniques to eliminate some of the challenges of raising a toddler.
Thanksgiving is a magical time to cozy up with family and work together to make a scrumptious meal. Here are two of our favorite kid-friendly Thanksgiving recipes and a few other ideas to help include your little one in preparations.
This month, Monti Kids is collaborating with Aubrey Hargis, a child development expert and author, to share her insight and action-oriented guidance on supporting your baby during the first year of their life, an essential period of growth.
Reading is an opportunity to teach your child about the world around them, which they are fascinated by! Here are some tips when choosing baby's first books, along with a selection of our favorites for the first three years.
It’s never too early to foster a love of reading with your baby. Research shows that reading with your baby boosts language skills and its benefits extend through the school years. Here are some simple ways to make reading fun and educational!
Bath time presents an opportunity for connection and learning with your child. It provides so much to explore surrounding math, science and language development. Here are some ways to make bath time educational and fun.
The satisfaction of independent success empowers children to feel capable and self-confident. Children who learn independently have been shown to work harder, perform better, retain more information, and be more creative and joyful in the process.
We’ve rounded up three of our Montessori play space favorites to help you get started on creating a rich and stimulating environment for your baby.