Dr. Maria Montessori, the renowned Italian physician and educator, made groundbreaking contributions to the field of education, particularly in the realm of child development. Her innovative ideas and methods have influenced educational practices worldwide, especially concerning the mental development of children. In this blog, we will explore the key concepts and research findings of Dr. […]
This exciting step in your child’s education journey is a unique experience, and proper preparation can make the transition smoother for both you and your little one. Let’s delve into the essential steps to ensure your toddler is ready for their first day of Montessori. Establish a Routine Montessori classrooms thrive on routines and structure.
Colouring is a very beautiful activity which Children love. If you have observed a child who is 2 years old though they cannot colour a picture they use colours to scribble. So colouring is an all-time favourite activity for the kids. The colouring looks like a fun-filled activity but it helps the child develop himself
When your kid is not in the Montessori environment, there are ways you may assist them by providing purposeful activities. When you witness a Montessori classroom, you will notice that the youngsters speak softly and work independently. It’s a charming scene in which the children wander around with care. How is this achievable with a
So… most parents worry about this a lot. Children at 12 months mostly put everything in their mouth. Toys, papers, soft toys etc. There is a reason for this. In my point there is nothing to worry. Remember this is their foundation period. They develop different skills. Children from birth absorb everything through their senses.
It is very important to help your child to build up his Concentration Power from the Toddler age. Concentration means giving time to one thing at a time. Focusing on one activity. If you miss this age, you are just wasting your child’s best time of development. The schedule is a must for your Toddler
Choosing a school for your toddler There is a stage in life for all parents that they must find a school for the Child. Most of the Parents know about the Traditional Method, very few know about the Montessori Method. Some, they want to put the child to school because they know the importance of the