Image Credit: The Post Oak School
I hope you've had a good weekend. My children are on school holidays so even though it's Sunday night we are all still very relaxed. Here are a few links and things that I've been enjoying this week.
10 Ideas for Setting up a Montessori Space at Home for Your Toddler at The Post Oak School. This is a really good article, the images they've used are perfect! "Setting up a Montessori-inspired play space can be simple, without the need to buy anything! A Montessori environment is designed to encourage independence and concentration."
How to make a room more Montessori (the bedroom created by Deborah) at La Tela di Carlotta.
Q&A with Berenice Saint-Saens: Helping Your Toddler Thrive At Home at Guidepost Montessori.
How to create a self-sustaining ecosphere jar | Project based homeschooling at Racheous. We have to try this!
These look amazing: Magnetic, Glow-in-the-dark, Mini Beast Insect Specimens at My Playroom.
Follow the child's interests! Abby Shows Her Independence Through Hiking at Let Grow:
Montessori at Home: Shelf Setup Guide by Hapa Family for 1 and 3 year old children, this is useful especially if you are new to Montessori and need help setting up your children's shelves: