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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.
I felt as though the expected age range should be posted for the book. Other than maybe two activities, I don't think it will apply for my 20 month old for at least another 8-12... Read morePublished 1 month ago by queenpineapple
Was looking forward to more informative chapters. Most of them are already what am doing with my kid with no knowledge abt Montessori teachingPublished 1 month ago by Maruthachelvi
I really like this book. I homeschool & part of the reason I do is to have the extra time to teach my young ones how to do for themselves & gain independence. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ehsonshinenme
This book has great ideas for activities and also has worksheets in the back to help create those activities which helps. Read morePublished 9 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 9 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 9 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