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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 10 days 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 18 days 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 1 month 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 8 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 8 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 8 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