Montessori DIY: Tips for Creating Montessori Inspired Activities by Teresa Hadsall of Montessori By Mom
How to Talk so Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk by Simone Davies of Jacaranda Tree Montessori
If you walk a homeschooling journey for any length of time, you are certain to encounter some unexpected bumps in the road. Life has a way of surprising us with moments, both good and bad, that obliterate the best laid plans. Those bumps can come in many forms – moving, a new baby, a job loss, prolonged illness, divorce, the death of a loved one, a family member deployment, a life-altering diagnosis, natural disaster or adoption. These moments often drain our resources, elevate our stress levels and overwhelm us emotionally. It can be difficult, if not impossible to focus the time and energy necessary to produce the homeschooling experience we desire for our children.
Reading Dr. Montessori’s books can overwhelm us with theory, and while Montessori-inspired blogs are great sources for ideas, sometimes it seems like these moms must not only be super-organized, they must invest a lot of time into their set-ups and activities. Just getting started (or keeping with it) can be a huge obstacle.
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