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Montessori-Oriented Activities

Do you have any favorite Montessori-oriented activities for either preschoolers or elementary-aged children?  

Started by Deb Chitwood

6 Jun 5, 2011
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Do you have an Advent activity calendar or some other daily activity in December?

Do you use an Advent calendar, Jesse tree, Advent wreath, 25 days of Christmas books, or another daily (or regular) activity before Christm…

Started by Deb Chitwood

1 Nov 26, 2010
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Reading Activities for a Toddler?

At almost 20 months, Georgia is really starting to get interested in letters.  Because of a Signing Time video she's been obsessed with, sh…

Started by Laura

7 Aug 15, 2010
Reply by Deb Chitwood

Montessori-Based Religious Education

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd and Godly Play are Montessori-based religious-education programs. Do you have Catechesis of the Good Shephe…

Started by Deb Chitwood

2 Aug 13, 2010
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Using Montessori Principles at Home

What are your favorite ways to use Montessori principles at home?

Started by Deb Chitwood

1 Aug 13, 2010
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Introduce Yourself and Your Blog!

Welcome to the Living Montessori Now group! Please introduce yourself and your blog.

Started by Deb Chitwood

5 Jul 11, 2010
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