Education from Birth E-Course

“The greatness of the human personality begins at the hour of birth. From this almost mystic affirmation there comes what may seem a strange conclusion: that education must start from birth.” I have been asked several times about offering an E-Course for parents. One that provides more in-depth information and Read more…

5 Ways to Help Your Child Learn Their Body Parts

A question recently came up about when children should learn/know their body parts. It’s hard to answer questions like this because each child has his own timeline and interests and so we should follow the child. That said, we can create environment that encourages the child to unconsciously absorb this Read more…

Following the child 

As a trained Montessori teacher, I find myself frequently thinking of what activities Solu might already have been presented with if he was in a toddler community. I especially miss the big practical life activities like table and cloth washing. It is tempting to set them all up and convert Read more…

Setting the table toddler style

  Have I ever shared how I discovered Montessori? I’ll have to write a post about it. The short version is that I visited and observed a Montessori classroom and the experience changed my life. One of the things I observed that day was the children setting the table for lunch. Read more…