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I re-purposed the bottom shelves in existing book shelves, so I have a few toys and books in each room.
It says things like 'Everyone knows it is easier to do for the child rather than teach it to do for itself, but to do that is just being a lazy mother'.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone considering to do Montessori in their home or sending their kids to school.
The introduction and conclusion were a little lengthy for my tastes. But the chapters of the book were informative. I now feel like I understand the basic montessori principles.Published 22 days ago by Claudia Ziegler Acemyan
Interesting and added some great insight and ideas into raising my baby girls from there perspectivePublished 1 month ago by heregoesnothing!
My wife started teaching the montessori while she was a teacher. She loves the method and just wanted a book to refresh her memory and maybe something new to teach our son. Read morePublished 1 month ago by pill44
A great book, if you want to know and understand Montessori methods for raising your baby/child. It's very informative and educational without being preachy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Monica
Great book! My wife and I are learning a lot about what we can do at home and how to prepare our house to support the Montessori methods.Published 1 month ago by Eric Rodriguez
It was great insight into a child's development and I would definitely read it again for my future kids. Definitely worth it.Published 2 months ago by serene
This has been the best, most comprehensive resource for Montessori under age three that I've found. It has a good mixture of theory, general ideas, and specific ideas. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rachel Meyer