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If you're only going to buy one Montessori book to use with your preschooler, I would recommend this one.
Of the four this is hands-down my favorite because it's so easy to follow and implement, there are tons of ideas, and the design/layout is very appealing.
This book has great ideas for activities and also has worksheets in the back to help create those activities which helps.
This book has great ideas for activities and also has worksheets in the back to help create those activities which helps. Read morePublished 6 months ago by alexandra aldrin
Lots of good ideas in this book and great for planning an activity to do with your child. I reach for it often.Published 6 months ago by newnana
this book is good.lots of good ideas and web sites to help us parents teach montessori and doing it on a budget.Published 6 months ago by Christina Jensen
But I don't think teaching a two, three year old to
fold socks and sweaters is the priority in children's ed.
It turns me off immediately. Read more
I really wanted to start using Montessori activities with my 2 and 3 year old but I was overwhelmed by it all, not sure where to begin and what ridiculously expensive manipulatives... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Joe Fagella
This is a great starter book. It has a lot of simple but significant activities for children. They are activities that allow children to learn basic skills. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Marlyn Ruezga
I would recommend this book for anyone who's perhaps looking to assist their children with a transition to preschool or Kindergarten, as many of the activities would be beneficial... Read morePublished 8 months ago by claudiaudia
It is a well made book but the ideas are really too basic and common sense. I rather spend the money on a good Montessori album.Published 10 months ago by Morgane