Children learn how to manipulate buttons, zippers, and snaps, skills that help them to develop independence and care of self, two important goals in the Montessori classroom.
The Sandpaper Phonograms, from the language area of the Montessori classroom, help a child explore and understand the intricacies of language, giving representative letters to a sound.
The Red Rods, a material from the Sensorial Area of the classroom, help children visually discriminate difference in dimensions. The rods range from 10cm at the shortest to 100cm at the longest!
2016 is the Year of Engaged Parenting at Montessorium! Our goal is to provide you with tools and tips to add surprise and delight to your daily routine.
Who was Maria Montessori? Ms. Wood gives a short introduction to the woman, doctor, and scientist who founded the Montessori Method.
Tammy Page, contributor at Montessorium, returns in her second post about the benefits of yoga for young children. Featuring poses for more than one child!