Transferring activities are the basis of Montessori pedagogy. They are among the activities toddlers most love. Transferring means moving something from one container to another and repeating the action over and over. It also involves emptying, filling, spilling, etc. In the Montessori pedagogy, these kinds of activities can be defined as preparatory activities to practical life
Today I want to talk about an educational toy, a Montessori box set that I bought in Italy some time ago (there is also the French edition). How to introduce the activity to our child? Delphine Roubieu, educator Montessori AMI, use a three period lesson, an essential concept in the Montessorian pedagogy. Get inspired by
What better idea for our children to learn about the winter season and the names of the polar animals, if not that of making a cool winter animals tray? 🐻❄️ The wonderful thing about this activity is that it’s very flexible. You can use the materials that you like the most or that you already have
Here is another original idea on how to make a DIY Montessori Inspired Recycled Opening and Closing Board. Does your little child get frustrated when he or she can’t open bottles, jars and containers? If so, I will show you how to make an original DIY Montessori Inspired Recycled Opening and Closing Board for your toddler!🥰
Jiddu Krishnamurti is one of the most important holistic thinker and philosopher of the 20th century. During his life, he stressed the importance of a holistic education that is the only type of education that allows our children or students to be intelligent, free, and responsabile.
If you're looking for a simple cooking activity, here's a quick Christmas cookies recipe (but not only for Christmas) 😋 Cooking is surely one of the activities most loved by children. It is a sensory and creative activity that stimulates both their independence and their need to feel useful. It also helps develop concentration and fine motor