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Simple Montessori Activities: shaker & toothpicks

Use Toothpicks and a Shaker to Develop Your Child’s Motor Skills

In my practice as a Montessori parenting coach, I always look around my clients’ homes to see what they might organically have on hand that can be used as an educational toy. Not only will it save them from buying expensive toys, but it also gives their child a practical opportunity to work with everyday […]

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Toddlers Sort and Match Grains to Refine Their Language and Senses

Toddlers Sort and Match Grains to Refine Their Language and Senses As a Montessori educator, I’m always interested in sharing examples of educational activities parents can do with their children using everyday household objects. Sorting and matching grains of varying shapes and sizes, while closing their eyes, is a great way for a toddler to […]

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Children Master New Skills Removing a Button

Children Master New Skills Sewing and Removing a Button In my mentoring practice, I often advise sewing as a great educational activity for parents to do with their young child. There are various sewing exercises which can help to improve a child’s dexterity and hand-eye coordination while simultaneously offering a practical life skill in the […]

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