It was 2010 when I got my first real job. A Montessori kindergarten in Slovenia offered me the best opportunity I could ever get. This place opened my eyes and taught me a lot. I already knew the word Montessori and I thought I knew the method. Nevertheless, I was wrong about what I thought I knew. I’m extremely thankful to the person who gave me the chance to join this fabulous world. I will always be thankful to you Anka.
Montessori is about love. Teaching through patience, care, and kindness. Nowadays there are many Montessori methods, however, the essence of Montessori remains the same for all other techniques. Montessori definitely helped understand about how to teach a child to properly wash her hands, how to prepare and cut fruits for “snack time”, how to play and sing with children, and more importantly, how to remain calm if a child falls into a tantrum.
You do not need to be a Montessori teacher in order to apply the method with your children or any other children you would like to help.
Currently, I am at home with my 18-month toddler, and I can tell you how happy I am to do some Montessori activities with her. She thinks and feels like playing, while I experience her development. As I’m not an expert in Montessori, but I still want to teach my child through this method, I’m using the “Montessori Beginnings” by Holy Daniel, an eCourse that helps me better understand the method.
As a mother, I am sure about one thing, the quality of time we invest in our children is going to be paid in the future.
I found this source and materials in a collection name “The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle” which includes 103 other courses with tips, lessons and very helpful advices on different topics. For more information visit: https://hellospon.com/ubpg
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