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Should it Stay or Should it Go: When is it Appropriate to Introduce New Montessori Toys, Activities, and Tasks to Children?

Should it Stay or Should it Go: When is it Appropriate to Introduce New Montessori Toys, Activities, and Tasks to Children?

A child’s engagement in the play begins in infancy and benefits their development. When children play, they interact with the physical and social elements of the environment, allowing them to discover challenges and learn new skills. This enhances a child’s overall development, health, and well-being. Sir Ken Robinson’s TED Talk, “Bring on the Learning Revolution,” presents the concept of a

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American Sign Language

How Sign Language Helps To Meet Diverse Needs In The Classroom?

Education reforms in the 21st century, along with changing needs and diversity in the classroom, require varied and effective teaching methods to provide meaningful learning experiences for children. A comprehensive, inclusive setting emphasizes more than just teaching the entire class.  In an article from 2012 published in the Electronic Journal of Inclusive Education, authors Virginia Heslinga and Erica Nevenglosky detail

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sensorial activities

Why Sensorial Activities are Important for the Children’s Growth?

Learning begins at birth when a child observes through their senses (e.g., sight, taste, smell, hearing, touch). This is the reason why newborns respond to sound and touch. Sensory learning is a natural way for children to learn about their environment and from real-life experiences to develop problem-solving skills. “The senses, being explorers of the world, open the way to

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Montessori education

An Introduction to the World of Montessori Education

Introduction Early childhood education is a process that starts from birth and continues until the age of 8. This period is a crucial stage in the development of the child’s physical, intellectual, and social skills. Thus, the importance of early childhood education cannot be overstated, as it helps children develop skills that will help them in their later years of

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semantic memory

How does Montessori education help to develop semantic memory at an early age?

Education is the central way to procure knowledge. Early childhood education is of the utmost importance as it not only forms a foundation for learning but it also affects the creative thinking, cognitive and emotional development of children. During the early years, the environment plays a significant role in influencing and impacting the process of learning and knowledge acquisition. Children

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Montessori Curriculum

What is Included in the Montessori Curriculum?

As parents, we are always worried when choosing an education system for our children. But, have you ever heard of an education system that emphasizes the learning process instead of age? Or even if you have been, do you know what a Montessori curriculum looks like? Well, the Montessori method of education is renowned for its learning process. It focuses

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montessori vs traditional education

The Montessori vs Conventional School: Which Is Better for Your Child?

Children are the future of our world. They should be given the best possible education to help them grow and develop into productive members of society. In this article, we will discuss why Montessori education is proving effective for a child‘s development, how it differs from conventional education, and how to choose between the two.   What is Montessori Education?

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montessori at home

A Complete Guide on How to Setup Montessori at Home

Montessori education has been proven to be one of the best systems for children, as it teaches them how to learn through self-discovery and has a strong focus on the development of the whole child. The Montessori activities are thus designed to be easily set up in a home setting. It is because of its principles; Children are often better

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Montessori principles

12 Select Principles of Montessori Education

The Montessori method of education was developed by Dr. Maria Montessori through an iterative process of experimentation and observation. The principles of her method are based on the idea that children can learn through self-directed exploration. The Montessori method emphasizes the importance of a child’s social and emotional development, independence, creativity, and freedom within an educational environment. Let us learn

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montessori criticism

8 Misconceptions About Montessori Education

Even though Montessori education has been in existence for over 100 years, it is still a very misunderstood method of instruction. According to the National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector (NCMPS), there are approximately 20,000 Montessori schools worldwide. The USA Montessori Census has so far attracted over 2,700 Montessori schools.   This implies that, while most people have

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benefits of montessori education

8 Ways in Which Montessori Education Can Help Your Child Succeed

Montessori education is an educational model that follows the principles established by Maria Montessori. It is a child-centered approach to education, and the methods used in Montessori education focus on nurturing children’s natural abilities and talents in an environment that encourages independence and self-directed learning. But how does Montessori education help in a child’s development?    In this article, we

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why learning phonics is important

Is Phonics the Best Way to Learn the Language?

Historically, children were taught to read through a process of memorizing the letter name but couldn’t read accurately. Today, children can easily read words and sentences. Have you ever thought about why? This is because children learn to read through advanced skills like phonics, which was missing in the education curriculum of the bygone era. Phonics knowledge is the most

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