Early Childhood Education Series – Choosing the Right Early Childhood Education Center for Your Child

Choosing the right early childhood education (ECE) center for your child can be a daunting task. If you live in a more rural area, your options are probably limited. But for those of us living in and around urban centers, the number of options can seem overwhelming. Over the past decade I have worked as … Continue reading Early Childhood Education Series – Choosing the Right Early Childhood Education Center for Your Child

Early Childhood Education Series – an Introduction

Once you become a parent you find yourself interacting more with other parents. Your conversations naturally revolve around what it is like raising a little human. When people find out I am a Montessori teacher a few questions generally come up. *Are you doing Montessori with Leo at home? To which I answer, yes. It's … Continue reading Early Childhood Education Series – an Introduction

Beyond Pots and Pans

Baby toys can be expensive. Especially if you are anything like me and prefer all wood, eco-friendly toys. Unfortunately, I have a hard time finding these types of toys used. It can be especially expensive if you are seeking to tool your baby's shelves with authentic Montessori materials. I have invested in some quality toys … Continue reading Beyond Pots and Pans

The Montessorification of our Home

Long before I became a mother I worked as a Montessori Teacher, working with children ages 3 to 6. It isn't something that I always knew I wanted to do. I more or less stumbled upon it. After graduating from college with a degree in Psychology I had little direction and didn't really know what … Continue reading The Montessorification of our Home