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Free Play and Montessori Education

May 8, 2013

Read the following article it is fabulous: I loved this article; Angeline Lillard is a brilliant person.  It is my goal to help Montessori become Public in Canada, as I believe it should be available to all children.  I also believe that Montessori will evolve to blend free play or following the creative play […]

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At Home With Montessori Weekly Meetup-Montessori It Really Does Work!!!

April 10, 2013

Emma’s Kitchen  I am always amazed when I hear how Montessori is successful when implemented in the home.  Whether a parent takes a tip from our weekly Montessori Meetup (, reads a Montessori book or finds how creating an at home Montessori environment makes a huge difference and tells me , “My child loves it!” […]

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Montessori Homeschooling/Practical Life

April 1, 2013

The Meetup this week had fabulous parents that are setting up Montessori for their children.  Please join the Meetup group if you live in Toronto or Surrounding areas or join and share your ideas no matter where you live, the group is called At Home With Montessori-see link below. We discussed how to set […]

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Montessori Homeschooling

March 23, 2013

Montessori Homeschooling Topics and Tips At a Montessori Homeschooling meeting where topics, questions  and concerns arose such as: 1.)  Can Montessori be done in the home by parents who are not trained Montessori   teachers There is a large movement of parents homeschooling in the United States and starting in Canada There are many ways […]

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How Montessori Education Inspires Brilliance

March 3, 2013

Will Wright makes toys to help children learn by their own discovery using his very creative toys.  He attributes his ideas and designs to his early Montessori education where he attended until grade six. Take a look at this video that explores how Montessori education inspires genius!  

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Montessori For All Children/WHY MONTESSORI?

December 10, 2012

  It has been awhile since I have had the chance to write about the importance and benefits of Montessori.  Not everyone can afford to send their children to Montessori schools but everyone can learn about Montessori education. The Montessori principles, method, philosophy and many activities can implement into homes, daycares or schools.  If you […]

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Montessori Infant Bed-Supporting the Sensitive Period of Movement

November 9, 2012

This is a video that shows an example of how to set up a Montessori bedroom. As said in the video an infant does not sleep on a cot until he/she can lift up his/her head and roll over. But it is great to see how people are setting up their infants to help promote […]

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A Three Period Lesson used in Montessori, IBI, ABA Therapy

October 14, 2012

A Three Period Lesson The three period lessons are scientifically based lessons used in Montessori education and with children on the Autism Spectrum.   When I was a lead therapist working with a team of ABA therapists before I was a trained Montessori teacher I used three period lessons to evoke language from a non-verbal […]

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Homeschool Montessori Method How to Teach Beginning Sounds

September 29, 2012

  Teaching beginning sounds is a crucial part of the Montessori Homeschool Language Curriculum.  One of the most effective ways to ensure that your child gets a solid homeschool experience in language from an early age is to that you make sure to teach your child the sounds of letters before the names of the […]

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Infant and Toddler Montessori Video/Homeschooling

September 13, 2012

The following infant/toddler Montessori video gives a great introduction on how a Montessori environment is created and is a reminder of how homeschooling principles using the Montessori Method can be created at home.  Homeschooling in the broader sense of the word is any teaching a parent does with their child at home.  In Canada all […]

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