Montessori has so many materials, is it possible in a small home? With these 5 tips, it is!
Play & Learning
Not only is playing fun, it teaches toddlers about the world around them and enhances their development. Find out how you can support your child through play-based learning.
Do you know what play schemas your child is most into? Montessori Educator, Christina Clemer, talks about what they are and how to incorporate them in play.
Wondering what a Pikler Triangle is and why it’s so beneficial for your tot’s cognitive and physical development? In this article, we look at the history of the Pikler triangle, the developmental benefits and share why we love Lily & River’s made in the USA Climbing Triangle and Ramp Sets!
If you’re tired of saying “no” all day to your kids, this small change could make all the difference!
Encourage your tot to prepare healthy snacks for themselves! Here’s how…
These toys may just seem like fun and games, when in fact, they are an important step in your child’s learning, growth and development.
The idea that “earlier is better” isn’t supported by developmental psychology research. In fact, play forms a necessary foundation for competencies in school and beyond.
From calming anxiety to boosting immune systems, finding ways to bring nature play into your homeschool curriculum is important for a number of reasons. In this article, Mama of Two & Homeschool Hero, Ashley Corinne, shares the benefits of natural play as well as 7 ways you can incorporate it into your child’s education.
How can you introduce this beautiful sensory table into your own home to reap all of the Montessori-inspired benefits?
While no toy can totally get rid of sibling battles, these 3 types of toys encourage collaborative play among little tots.