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The Mental Development of Children: Insights from Dr. Maria Montessori

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. […]

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Mindfulness and Montessori: Nurturing Children’s Mental Well-being and Focus

In today’s fast-paced world, the concept of mindfulness has taken root in various aspects of our lives, including education. Montessori, a renowned educational approach, has long recognized the significance of mindfulness techniques in nurturing children’s mental well-being and focus. In this comprehensive blog post, we’ll delve deep into how Montessori seamlessly incorporates mindfulness practices and

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Preparing Your Toddler for a Successful First Day at Montessori

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.

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Busy Toddler

The Ultimate Guide to Keeping Your Toddler Busy and Entertained

There are plenty of activities that you can give to your child. Sometimes you also could create new activities if you discover that the child is bored with the given work. As soon as the child enters the Montessori Environment after the Preliminary Activities, we introduce Activities call Exercises of Practical Life. From the name

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Sensorial Activities

Enhancing Child Development through Sensorial Activities

In the realm of Montessori education, Dr. Maria Montessori identified five crucial areas of focus: Practical Life, Language, Sensorial, Math, and Culture. From birth, children establish a sensory connection with their surroundings. They receive information through their senses, which is immediately processed in their brains. Sensorial activities play a vital role in enabling infants to

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Phonogram Box

English is a complex language, known for its lack of phonetic consistency. While some words are easy to spell, others can be quite challenging, especially when two or three letters come together and produce different sounds. Therefore, it’s beneficial to introduce children to these linguistic wonders at a young age when they are receptive to

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