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Learning Together: What Montessori Can Offer Your Family Paperback – 24 Mar 2012
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This clear and accessible book is terrific - full of insight and wisdom. Don't miss it! --Fatherhood Institute
I am delighted to endorse this very welcome publication from the Montessori St Nicholas charity which will help support parents to get involved in their children's learning. Parental engagement is an important focus in the new Early Years Foundation stage and early years workers and teachers have a crucial role to play in building strong partnerships with parents to help children flourish. This new guide will help them achieve this with the practical ideas and information needed to help parents really get involved. --4Children
Parents can so often feel anxious about ways to play with their children;Montessori provides parents with practical ways to enjoy and contribute to their child's development that are cost efficient and build into daily routines. --Family and Parenting Insitute
The first five years of a child's life is a time of tremendous learning and exploration. This book provides helpful and achievable tips to parents on how to support their child's early development at home. --Museum of Childhood
Effective parenting makes a proven difference to family life and unlocks a child's potential, but we know that isn't easy! This book offers a balance of information for parents, giving uncomplicated explanations and guidance to increase understanding and knowledge and provides practical examples of how to nurture a child to reach their full potential. --Parenting UK
From the Author
When I was growing up and did anything well, my mother would always say matter-of-factly, "That's because you're a Montessori kid. I attended Montessori schools from the age of 2 and 1/2 to 6, building my own foundation that has stuck with me throughout my life. I went on to train as a Montessori teacher at the Montessori Centre International in London and currently work from home as a distance learning tutor and proof-reader, but my main job is as a Montessori parent of 3 young children.