Montessori activities look like so much fun and then when you look at the equipment- Woah! If this has been your experience stick around because my guest this week, Jo Ebisujima of jojoebi.designs and my.organized.chaos shares how to start simply with Montessori at home without buying all the equipment. You get stuck in using the everyday resources you have at home or ones you can pick up in most places.
Perfect if you’re trying out a new play approach or want to try something new. Nothing’s worse than buying new stuff just for one purpose for it to just lay there gathering dust.
If you’re already into Montessori then you’ll find some new activities.
Jo kindly gifted me her ebook.
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Talking about Diversity with Children Using Playdough by Katie Myers of Bonbon Break :: BonBonBreak
Creating Magical Days with Halina Sorensen :: Bliss Beyond Naptime
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Jo has written an ebook to share with other families how easy it is to start simply with Montessori at home. Look at this book
Montessori Inspired Activities for Pre-Schoolers is available on the Book Depository ( Good if you’re not in the US or Europe) with Free International Shipping. Look at Montessori Inspired Activities on Book Depository
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