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Monday, August 26, 2013

What is Montessori? - 6 Mindful Learning Ressources

Welcome to the  Mindful Learning eBundle Sale , your chance to get 6 amazing learning ressources at 75% discount. A total retail value of over $50 for only $12,50. Be quick, this deal only lasts for 4 days.


Montessori is probably one of the schooling styles that leans closest to unschooling as is possible in a
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schooled environment. But what is Montessori really?

The Montessori learning style was developed by Maria Montessori, an Italian physician and educator. When teaching children in a mental institution, she found out that with an individualised, and free approach, children learned more than with a traditional approach.
Some of the basic premises of Montessori education are that children are respected as individuals. The approach esteems the child's unique ability for learning from his environment and sees the first six years of life as the most important.

A couple of essentials of a Montessori classroom are:
  • mixed age classrooms
  • child chooses his activity
  • uninterrupted blocks of work time of approximately 3 hours
  • a constructivist model of learning, where children learn directly from materials, not from instruction (experience/play based learning)
  • freedom of movement
  • specialised learning materials developed by Montessori and her team
  • a Montessori trained teacher
Even though the Montessori approach is essentially a schooling philosophy, it is perfectly adaptable to homeschooling and can bring useful insights for unschoolers.


Does this sound like something that would work for you? Montessori At Home is the most complete Montessori resource on the market today! Enjoyed by over 4000 families worldwide, this eBook and its numerous printables are an invaluable Montessori Learning tool.

The first chapters contain exactly the information parents need to know to get started quickly and with a firm understanding of Montessori. They include information on Maria Montessori and her observations of children, the neuroscience of early childhood, implementing Montessori principles in parenting, and using learning materials at home. Clear descriptions for over 300 activities and hands-on materials follow in the areas of Practical Life, Sensorial, Art & Music, Digital Life, Science, Language, and Mathematics. Complete sequences for teaching your to child to read and master Montessori math are included. Recommendations are also given for over 225 of the best tablet apps for preschoolers, along with guidelines for safely introducing digital learning to children. 76 pages of free printables are included, as well as the eBook, Mom Bloggers Talk Montessori, to give you a window into what other Montessori Moms are doing at home. There is no other resource for parents like Montessori At Home!


Where can you get this awesome resource? You can buy the Montessori at Home eBook for 10.95 online. Only until the 28th of August, Montessori at Home is part of the Mindful Learning eBundle sale. A collection of learning resources I put together with the girls from the Mindful Nurturing team (Jennifer Saleem from Hybrid Rasta Mama and Lauren Wayne from Hobo Mama). That's only $12.50 for this book plus 5 other home learning resources!


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