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Montessori Babies

Bianca A. Solorzano, M.Ed.

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Current research shows that the first couple years of life lay a developmental foundation for a lifetime! My name is Bianca from babytourguide.com and I help parents, educators, and caregivers optimize Baby and Toddler Development through a Montessori lens. Let's journey through the world of Montessori Babies!
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Trillium Montessori Talks

Trillium Montessori Team

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Welcome to Trillium Montessori Talks, the podcast where we dig into the theory and application of Montessori methodology in the classroom and beyond. Join host Letty Rising for candid conversations about the challenges us Montessori teachers face and how we can enhance the classroom experience for our students and ourselves. Ready to optimize your Montessori practice? Head to https://www.trilliummontessori.org/podcast to learn more.
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Vous voulez mettre en pratique la pédagogie Montessori chez vous, à la maison ? Bienvenue ! Je suis Anne-Laure Schneider, formatrice Montessori et maman de 5 enfants instruits en famille. Ici, nous parlons de pédagogie Montessori, mais aussi de discipline positive, d'instruction en famille (école à la maison), de coschooling et de bien d'autres choses encore...
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Multilingual Montessori

Gabrielle Kotkov

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Welcome to Multilingual Montessori, a podcast where we discuss multilingualism, multiculturalism, and raising children from a Montessori perspective. Hosted by AMI Montessori guide and TESOL instructor Gabrielle Kotkov. Follow instagram.com/multilingual.montessori and visit multilingualmontessori.org for more! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/multilingual-montessori/support
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The Montessori Notebook podcast is the place for all your Montessori inspiration. Simone Davies, author of The Montessori Toddler, reveals all her insights from years of being a Montessori teacher and parent. Through conversations, answering listener’s questions, and sharing what she’s been learning lately, you’ll be inspired to take those ideas that resonate for you and put them straight into practice to be a more calm, supportive parent or teacher. Simone is down to earth, warm, and makes ...
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Montessori Moment

Liz Monsen

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Listen in to learn about Montessori education and discover how you can apply Montessori principles at home. Designed for parents but available to all we cover topics from choosing a school to supporting children develop healthy relationships with their peers and siblings.
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Mom life and Montessori

Jelena from SunshineReconnect

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There is a fine line between life's ebbs and flows and chaos. If you're feeling overwhelmed with your little kiddo, then this podcast is for you. We'll dive into some deep stuff to reprogram the way you're experiencing emotions so that you can guide your child towards emotional intelligence. And we'll also dive into day to day practical tools that will change your life. Hint: Montessori is involved! Let's turn the cloudy chaos into a sunny flow.
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Little Champs Montessori Podcast

Little Champs Montessori Podcast

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Little Champs Montessori Childcare and Dayhome in Calgary AB provides quality childcare dayhome in a positive and safe environment where children can grow and learn from experienced daycare staff. A family home has been beautifully converted as a Premium Montessori dayhome which retains the warm homely feeling with great learning environment for your child. At Little Champs Montessori, the parents gain access to educational resources they would need when planning an early childhood program f ...
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Welcome to Peaceful Montessori Homeschooling. My wife Adriana and I started this channel to provide a resource for homeschooling in the Montessori method and under the peaceful parenting model. These two philosophies are not only complementary, but they enhance the effectiveness of each. These conversations are unscripted and spontaneous husband and wife chats.
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Montessori Parenting & Home Learning

Sue @ The Montessori-Minded Mom

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Hi! I'm Sue, a Montessori-certified mother of 3. For the past several years, I've been writing about Montessori parenting and Montessori lessons on my blog. I am bringing everything on my blog (and more!) to life on this podcast. So, grab a cup of tea and relax while you learn all about how to bring Montessori into your home or traditional learning classroom. If you are interested in checking out the blog before diving into the podcast, here's the link: https://reachformontessori.com/ If you ...
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Diário De Uma Criança :aplicando Montessori.

Carolina Camargo Pontual Pereira Barboza

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Contribuir para a sua formação como pessoa, que lida com criança e trazer possibilidades para ajudar à infância com reflexões baseadas na educadora Maria Montessori, do mundialmente conhecido: método Montessori e das minhas práticas como mãe e professora e constante aprendiz. Nos ajude a construir o Poscast!, dê sua opinião sobre o que você gostaria de ver aqui no nosso canal. Para isso, pode usar o link a seguir com um formulário simples: https://forms.gle/ejrB3kwtzcQstDD59 Já te agradeço p ...
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Montessori przy kawie

Katarzyna Frenczak-Sito

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Nasz podcast opowie Wam o czym jest pedagogika Montessori, jakie są jej podstawowe założenia i jak wygląda edukacja w zgodzie z tym podejściem. Przy kawie i w dobrym towarzystwie, rozmawiamy o wychowaniu, nauce, emocjach i tym wszystkim, co wiąże się z podążaniem za dzieckiem. Zapraszamy na www.kukumag.com. Paulina Zawadzka i Katarzyna Frenczak-Sito
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Je n'avais pas envie de faire ce podcast, mais je me suis obligée à le faire. Je me suis imposée de le faire pour : - toutes les mamans qui ont perdu un enfant et avec qui je partage cette peine qui nous a rapprochées ; - pour mes amies et mes proches, - pour toutes les Souricettes qui m’ont apporté leur soutien de bien des façons ; - pour les méde…
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In Season 2 Episode 29 of our Montessori Babies Podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing an AMI trained Montessori Guide and new Mama, Becky Myers-Pollock! This week we discussed: How the Montessori approach can support new motherhood What you actually need for baby How to do Montessori in a smaller home Home vs. Classroom environments And more!…
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As students get older, parents seem to become more inclined to pull their children out of Montessori programs. Especially when those classrooms have smaller groups of older students. Parents often think that there are disadvantages to keeping their older children in this setting, but it’s actually quite the opposite: there are numerous benefits to …
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Ca y est, votre enfant sait lire et vous cherchez à l’encourager en trouvant des idées de lecture qui le motiveront ? Ne cherchez pas plus loin, je vous partage mes conseils pour trouver les bons livres pour vos enfants, et toute une série de titres et de collections qui sauront accrocher leur attention… Podcast / article de blog associés : - Bille…
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On a du mal à imaginer une matière plus rébarbative que la grammaire. Je suis sûre que vous avez en tête les exercices du Bled ou les règles à apprendre les unes après les autres… Pourtant, il est possible de faire autrement, de faire mieux et de rendre l’apprentissage de la grammaire ludique et plaisant, par exemple en utilisant les merveilleux ou…
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Combien d’entre vous sont à jamais dégoûtés des maths ? Pourquoi cette matière en particulier est-elle devenue la bête noire de la plupart des écoliers ? Aucune autre matière n’est autant détestée, et de façon quasi universelle. Et il y a des raisons objectives à cela. 3 raisons en particulier qui, à mon humble avis, font toute la différence entre …
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Comment organiser ses journées en IEF ! Le problème, ou plutôt l'avantage, avec l'IEF c'est qu'il n'y a pas de règles ! Dans ce podcast, je vais essayer de vous guider entre ce sentiment de liberté, vous montrer tout ce qui est possible pour ne pas rester enfermé dans un schéma très scolaire et en même temps vous parler de ce que l'on a fait comme …
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How does technology affect brain development in children? How can we mindfully incorporate technology into Montessori classrooms? Is social media inherently bad for adolescents? In today’s episode, Letty is joined by Dr. Luz Casquejo Johnston to discuss technology in relation to Montessori education, particularly for upper elementary and adolescent…
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La pédagogie Montessori est connue pour mélanger des enfants d’âge différent, mais dans une tranche d’âge donnée : les bébés, les bambins, les 3-6 ans, 6-9 ans, 9-12 ans, les adolescents… Mais à la maison, si on a plusieurs enfants, on se retrouve rapidement avec des enfants qui appartiennent à différentes tranches d’âge. Alors quoi, faut-il renonc…
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Hello there! I'm popping into your podcast feed with a catch up on what has been happening the last 2.5 years since the last podcast episode, including the launch of The Montessori Child book. The book picks up where The Montessori Toddler leaves off, covering how to bring Montessori into your home with 3-12 year olds, including a bonus chapter on …
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Après les termes de homeschooling et d'unschooling, vous avez peut-être entendu parler de ce nouveau venu : le coschooling (littéralement "enseignement avec", sous-entendu avec l'école). Si le mot est nouveau, le phénomène ne l'est pas : il s'agit tout simplement d'apprendre des choses à ses enfants en parallèle de l'école. Les parents font donc "t…
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In Season 2 Episode 28 of our Montessori Babies Podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing Pamela Green from Ananda Montessori! This week we discussed: The prenatal life Ways to prepare for birth Writing your own story Tips for the newborn phase and much more! You can find Pamela's resources below! Website: https://www.anandamontessori.com/ Instag…
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Je vous ai déjà parlé de tout ce qu’on pouvait mettre en place pour enseigner aux enfants une ou plusieurs langues étrangères, mais je voulais revenir plus en détail sur une activité d’une richesse incroyable : les boîtes à mots. Même avant l’apprentissage de la lecture, et jusqu’en collège ou lycée, ces boîtes à mots ont toute leur place dans le t…
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Qu’est-ce que ça veut dire être un “parent Montessori” ? De mon côté, j’ai beau être non seulement une “maman Montessori”, mais aussi une formatrice Montessori, il y a des aspects dans ma parentalité qui sont en totale opposition avec les principes Montessori. Et pourtant je les assume parfaitement ! Curieux d’en savoir plus ? Je vous dévoile 4 élé…
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My guests for this episode are Simone Davies and Junnifa Uzodike, the authors of the upcoming book, The Montessori Child. They are both accomplished Montessorians and authors, and just generally lovely people. We had a great conversation about their work and their upcoming book, and I know you’re going to enjoy it. Simone Davies is the author of “T…
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Pensez-vous être plutôt influençable, ou plutôt indépendant d’esprit ? Quoi que vous en pensiez, vous vous faites influencer au quotidien, en permanence. Alors comment faire en sorte de reprendre le contrôle ? Peut-être en choisissant attentivement à qui vous donnez le pouvoir de vous influencer… --- Catalogue des formations des Montessouricettes L…
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Jeff Bezos was a Montessori child -- and became one of the most successful entrepreneurs in history. Is there a connection between early Montessori education and later success in business? Our guest today, the ed-tech entrepreneur William Kelly, thinks there can be, if an individual chooses such a career path for his or her life. And Will himself i…
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As Montessori educators, we learn a lot through training and practical experience about how to guide our students. However, we often find ourselves lacking knowledge when it comes to supporting students with additional needs. In today’s episode, Meghan Hicks joins Letty Rising to thoughtfully explore how we can best support children with learning d…
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Cela fait plus de 10 ans que nous instruisons nos enfants en famille, que nous faisons “l’école à la maison”, et nous aurions arrêté depuis longtemps si cela ne nous convenait pas et si nous n’y trouvions pas des richesses incroyables. Mais je refuse de peindre un portrait trop idéalisé de l’IEF et de faire croire que tout est toujours parfait dans…
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Let’s dive into the differences of men and women and why being controlling doesn’t serve us. The two intensive programs I talk about can be found here. It’s a limited time offer, so depending on when you listen to the episode it may not be available anymore. Let's connect on Instagram ! Would love for you to send me a message over there and let me …
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In Season 2 Episode 27 of our Montessori Babies podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing Ilene Steinberg from ! This week we discussed: Montessori and Hygiene Including baby in hygiene Lice prevention tips for parents and more! You can find Ilene's resources below! Website: https://www.centerforlicecontrol.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.c…
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En attendant de retrouver complètement ma voix 🗣️, j'avais envie de vous demander si vous aviez des sujets que vous aimeriez que j'aborde dans le podcast des Montessouricettes en 2024 ? 🎙️ Avec plus de 200 épisodes, j'ai déjà exploré de nombreux sujets qui touchent la pédagogie Montessori 🏫, mais aussi la parentalité 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦, la discipline positive…
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Alexandra Torres Guerrero is the Interim Principal at Latin American Montessori Bilingual Public Charter School in Washington DC, where students learn in both English and Spanish. Alex was born in Bogotá, Colombia and has lived in the DC area since 2007. She is AMI-trained at the 0-3 and 3-6 levels, and is currently doing her AMI Administrators Cer…
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Il reste encore quelques jours de vacances et vous cherchez peut-être comment occuper vos enfants sans les mettre systématiquement devant un écran. C’est aussi peut-être l’occasion d’effectuer une petite détox avant la reprise de l’école… C’est un sujet qui me tient à cœur car je vois au quotidien les ravages que font les écrans sur l’attention, la…
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In Season 2 Episode 26 of our Montessori Babies podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing a fellow Montessori Mama, Katherine Cespedes! She had an amazing presentation on what art teaches young children and parents alike! This week we discussed: What art can teach young children What we can do to best support their artistic journeys Research on a…
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Interview with Janet Lansbury, author of 'No Bad Kids: Toddler Discipline Without Shame', host of 'Respectful Parenting - Unruffled Podcast', mother of three grown children, and great advocate of Magda Gerber’s Resources for Infant Educarers (RIE).Jesse McCarthy
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This is a different kind of episode! Listen as I take you on a journey to get to know me a little more and how I got to where I am now. From my Balkan roots, to meeting my ex-husband and traveling, to stepping into motherhood, in a way that I wasn’t expecting. I initially didn’t think I was going to take the route I took 😉 so I hope you’ll enjoy it…
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Un petit épisode tout court, tout doux, pour vous souhaiter un très joyeux Noël ! Le site des Montessouricettes Lien pour me laisser un petit message audio avec votre question ou votre suggestion de thème (j’inclurai votre message dans un prochain épisode !) Notre communauté gratuite Formation Aménager sa maison Montessori Catalogue des formations …
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Ah Noël, les sapins, les cadeaux, le vin chaud… mais aussi l’époque des plus grandes disputes familiales ! Quand on retrouve sa famille parfois éloignée, les différentes cultures familiales rentrent parfois en conflit, et il est difficile de préserver la paix dont on rêve pourtant tous à cette période de l’année… Alors comment faire pour passer mal…
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Have you heard of “no parenting”? Listen to know why that shouldn’t be a thing… Not all authority is bad! This is a different kind of episode as I’m going on different tangents, quite a lot. But I felt it had to be shared! Let me know what you thought about it by writing me, I’d love to hear from you! Let's connect on Instagram ! Would love for you…
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Trisha Moquino is a member of the Cochiti, Kewa, and Ohkay Ohwingeh Tribal Nations. She is the Co-Founder, Education Director and Elementary Keres Speaking Guide at Keres Children's Learning Center, an Indigenous Language Immersion Montessori school in Cochiti Pueblo, NM. Trisha also helps in the continued development of KCLC’s Indigenous Montessor…
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Pas facile de trouver des livres de Noël Montessori, ou du moins dans l'esprit Montessori... Je vous aide en partageant nos favoris ! --- Catalogue des formations des Montessouricettes Le site des Montessouricettes Lien pour me laisser un petit message audio avec votre question ou votre suggestion de thème (j’inclurai votre message dans un prochain…
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In Season 2 Episode 25 of our Montessori Babies podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing Sarah Tso from Real Life Monti Mama on what it was like going from 1 to 2 Montessori children! This week we discussed: Ways to prep for 2 children before 2nd baby is born How to encourage a relationship Family dynamic changes Prepared Montessori Home for 2 c…
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Faut-il faire ou laisser ses enfants croire au Père Noël ? Qu’en dit Maria Montessori ? Et quelle est notre propre expérience en tant que famille chrétienne dont certains enfants ont cru au Père Noël lorsqu’ils étaient plus jeunes ? Catalogue des formations des Montessouricettes Le site des Montessouricettes Lien pour me laisser un petit message au…
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The elementary age is the time when children are really developing their executive functioning skills. A highly teacher-directed environment doesn’t really give students the space and grace to explore and develop these skills. A Montessori environment, on the other hand, is built for such exploration. In today’s episode, we’re talking about the var…
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Mom rage is not as uncommon as we think! And you shouldn’t feel alone nor guilty to experience it. Let’s dive into what it is, how it happened to me too and what you can do about it. If you feel led to reach out, message me on Insta or Facebook! We can chat about how I can support you through this. ❤️ FYI I’ve got a coaching sale going on until the…
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An example of how I interact with my toddler son #montessori #toddlers #freedom -The Montessori Education Podcast | https://www.montessorieducation.com/podcast/ragnar-at-the-zoo -The Montessori Club | https://www.skool.com/montessori/aboutJesse McCarthy
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Zil Jaeger (they/them) is a Montessori educator, consultant and coach, with a passion for literacy and a commitment to anti-bias, antiracist education. They are Montessori trained at the 3-6 and 6-12 levels, with multiple literacy certifications. They believe that classrooms should be spaces of joy, critical engagement, and community-minded learnin…
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18h, c’est souvent le tunnel du soir : les devoirs, les bains, la préparation du dîner et des affaires pour le lendemain… Et pourtant, si on prenait un peu plus le temps de cuisiner AVEC nos enfants ? Aujourd’hui, je vous partage toutes les raisons pour lesquelles ça vaut le coup de prendre ce temps (même si oui, bien sûr, on serait plus efficace à…
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Faut-il donner de l’argent de poche à ses enfants ? Et si oui, combien, à quel âge, et comment ? S’il y a une chose dont on n’aime pas parler en France, c’est d’argent… Et pourtant, il est important d’apprendre à nos enfants à bien gérer un budget : tous les ans, plus de 120 000 dossiers de surendettement sont déposés ! Et pourtant, on est souvent …
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In Season 2 Episode 24 of our Montessori Babies podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing Gloria Lane from Montessori Mama Life! This week we discussed: Teaching 1st grade at public school Discovering Montessori at home Homeschooling Montessori style LOTS of Montessori tips for the home and much more! You can find Gloria's resources below! Websit…
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Jasmine Williams is the Race and Equity Specialist at the National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector. Jazz provides race and equity guidance and education, and delivers Montessori theory and practice instruction for the NCMPS Montessori Teacher Residency. Jazz has worked in bilingual Montessori programs for 12 years, including 8 years in a…
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Maria Montessori’s theories of developmental psychology include her foundational observations of the planes of development for children. These planes outline various milestones physically and mentally as the child’s education progresses, and it’s so interesting to see common threads emerge when observing Montessori students in the classroom. In tod…
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S’il y a un outil entre tous qui nous a aidés, année après année, à désamorcer les conflits familiaux, c’est bien le temps d’échanges en famille. Ça paraît simple et évident : pour résoudre les conflits, il faut discuter ensemble, échanger les points de vue et chercher des solutions… Mais le diable est dans les détails, et le temps d’échanges en fa…
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Suite à ma vidéo sur mon Bullet Journal, qui me permet d’organiser mes projets, mes tâches à accomplir et toutes les informations dont j’ai besoin au format papier, j’ai reçu des questions sur la façon dont nous nous organisions à la maison, avec l’instruction en famille et deux parents qui travaillent. Je rencontre aussi régulièrement des mamans s…
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In Season 2 Episode 23 of our Montessori Babies podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing Emma, The Montessori Twin Mama! This week we discussed: The reality of raising twin babies How Montessori can support your journey The uniqueness of each child Floor beds with twins and more! You can find Emma aka The Montessori Twin Mama's resources below! …
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Today we’re doing something a little different! This is the first episode of what will become a series of check-ins with my good friend and new bilingual mom, Samantha. In this first conversation, I’ll introduce you to Samantha and her one-year-old daughter, who is learning both English and Italian at home. We’ll talk about the current joys and cha…
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Voulez-vous que je vous révèle le secret des familles nombreuses ? Les enfants participent tous aux tâches ménagères, chacun selon son âge et ses compétences. Imaginez un peu si ce n'était pas le cas : cela voudrait dire qu'à chaque enfant, les tâches ménagères seraient multipliées d'autant. 4 enfants : 4 chambres à ranger, 4 lits à faire, le linge…
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