Select Page

The Montessori Potential

It is rare that I have ever found a Montessori book that was effectively written for both Montessori professionals and parents. Paula Preschlack has done it brilliantly! She starts with a section that not only appeals to both groups but is also meant to inform them...
Setting Limits

Setting Limits

   “It is not that you are a bad parent. You are experiencing a bad moment.” What are setting limits, and do I need them? This is a roadmap for you to feel confident with your boundaries so that you can experience more peace and joy with your children! This is a hot...
Beyond Bribes, Rewards, and Punishments

Beyond Bribes, Rewards, and Punishments

     A Montessori Approach to Clean… Beyond Rewards, Bribes, & Punishment A Montessori Approach to Building Intrinsic Motivation 42 ways that the Montessori approach builds intrinsic discipline in our children. by Simone Davies In my last article on a...
United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

  Most of us are aware that the United Nations adopted a declaration on the universal rights of the child, but many of us have not read it. Here is the introduction and the link to the full text. We encourage you to revisit it from time to time and reflect on the...
An Online Montessori School for Teens

An Online Montessori School for Teens

Editor’s Note: Families have been inspired by Montessori to home-school their children for years. The trend seems to be expanding. Something new grew out of the pandemic: online education at the adolescent level that is consciously based on Montessori guidelines. One...