Top Montessori at Home Gifts for Less than $10

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I went in search for interesting, fun and useful stocking stuffers yesterday. I found so many wonderful items to put into my boys stockings. Here are a few inexpensive Montessori at home ideas. Happy holidays! ~ Marnie Light Switch Extender Jumbo Hand Spinning Top from Montessori Services Nuts & Bolts Activity from Montessori Services Child’s [Read On]


Montessori Inspired Toys for Infants and Babies

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“Whoever touches the life of the child touches the most sensitive point of a whole which has roots in the most distant past and climbs toward the infinite future.  ~ Dr. Montessori Montessori is a way of life. You can never start too early integrating the philosophy into your home and your child’s life. I [Read On]


Earth Day Gifts for Children

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This month we celebrate Earth Day! There are many ways to involve children in this celebration. I have loads of Earth Day Activities and a very well stock Earth Day Pinterest board.   The EARTH Book by Todd Parr Sofia’s Dream by Land Wilson Green Toys Recycling Truck Kid’s Gardening Tools Radio Flyer Wheelbarrow Camelbak [Read On]


Help Children Learn to Tell Time

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{Image courtesy of adamr at FreeDigitalPhotos.net} I had a really great day of learning how to implement history within Montessori. The short story: for the 3 to 6 year old children, history is about the passage of time (e.g. seasons) and the duration of time (e.g. 5 minutes). Also, children at this age still need [Read On]


Valentine’s Day Gifts Top Picks

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As I searched for sweet gifts to send along to family for Valentine’s Day, I decided I had to share some of my top picks! Enjoy! BoldLoft “Catch My Love” Couple Coffee Mug Set – I bought this mug for my hubby. Young Masters: Heart Of A Lion (Little Wisdom Series) – Amazing children’s book [Read On]


Books for Raising Mindful Children

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On our journey to homeschooling we continue to think long and hard about what and how to teach our two boys asking questions like “Who are they?” “How do they learn?” “What do we want for them?” Time and time again we come back to hoping our children are happy and kind. We want them [Read On]