Montessori Parenting

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Enjoy Montessori in Nature with your child

Connecting with nature is a fundamental tenant of Montessori education. Bringing the outdoors into the home is a wonderful way to encourage children to learn, explore, and nurture nature. There are ways to incorporate nature into your child's life whether you live somewhere rural, suburban, or even ...

Practicing Montessori at home with your infant 

"The little child is not just a body. He has potentialities. He has no heredity like animals, but potentialities, human potentialities, which must be developed in the environment and be used to construct a man." - Maria Montessori 


The Montessori method starts at birth. A misconc...

3 Tips to Bring Peace to Mealtime
Many children have a hard time at the dining table. Here are three tips to take the stress out of mealtime.
You Don't Have to Punish Your Child
This blog covers three simple alternate techniques in which you can replace fear with positive discipline to better your child's behavior and decision-making.
Using the Montessori 3-Hour Work Cycle at Home
The Montessori three-hour work cycle is a proven way to make Montessori easy to implement for your family and optimize your child's development.
How Your Child Can Create a Montessori Masterpiece
This child-led activity exposes young people to formative works of art, enhances fine motor skills, stimulates free expression, and lays the foundation of a new skill.
5 Tips for Infant Care in Winter
Indoors or out, here are some considerations for your home and accommodations for winter weather with your newborn or infant.
5 Ways to Incorporate Montessori Principles into Your Home
Adding Montessori to your home can enhance both you and your child's life! Here are some tips on how to do so.
5 Indoor Activities to Hone Toddler Skills
Toddlers and preschool children are eager to refine their skills, so the best activities enable them to mirror your day-to-day actions.
It Starts with Respect
A common question I get when being interviewed by the media is, “What is Montessori?” sometimes followed by, “Can you sum up Montessori in one word?”
6 Ways to Encourage Early Speech & Reading Skills with Montessori 3-Part Cards
Language development is a key part of Montessori education and often draws many parents to the Montessori method.