- Category: Montessori at Home
- Last Modified: 12 September 2012
Three year old children are now able to have more control with their fine motor skills and have more understanding and heightened curiosity about the world. Parents as the educators can pass on values with small activities and help the child increase their self confidence in their daily lives.
The following are a few general examples to be implemented in the home.
- Category: Montessori Activities
- Last Modified: 19 July 2012
The following are Montessori activities or simply ways of teaching children how to do things properly. When presenting those Montessori activities, it is good to remember:
- Children learn from observation of what adults are doing. With their limited physical abilities we, adults have to show the children how to do the activities easier way.
- Those Montessori activities also have to be ordered or sequenced in such a way that they will be easy for children to follow. It is recommended to divide the activities into smaller steps.
- Category: Questions and Answers
- Last Modified: 04 November 2013
Choosing a good school can be tricky. Choosing where to place your trust on other people regarding the education of your precious one can be daunting. But if your heart is set on a Montessori school it can even be trickier. Since Montessori can be used by anyone it therefore makes it hard for people to choose ‘authentic’ or even good ones who follow the philosophy and therefore make it work for the children to the fullest. Just because a school bought the whole Montessori catalogue still does not make it Montessori. They have to have properly trained teachers, follow the philosophy and know how to use the equipment.
So when you get to find a Montessori school near your area, what questions do you ask? What do you look for in the setting? Here are a few guidelines that will hopefully help you make that important decision.