You've probably heard of Montessori schools, but did you know you can apply the same principles at home with your baby? When you learn more about your child's developmental needs, you can help maximize their potential and become more independent at an earlier age.
Traditionally, one of the first items many new parents add to their baby registry is a fancy new crib… but if you’re practicing Montessori, that’s not really needed.
If you’ve ever walked into a toy store, no doubt you’ve seen plenty of toys for brand new babies… but is all that really necessary, especially if you’re raising a Montessori baby?
It just makes sense that the more children you have, the bigger your budget needs to become. Well, what should you expect when raising a Montessori baby?
If you’re planning to raise a Montessori child, you may have questions about your home and how things should be set up. Is less... more? Do you need specific pieces of furniture? What should you keep in mind as your child begins to explore?
We also know children learn in different ways… and Montessori is a technique that’s becoming more popular with parents. But is it the best option for you and your child?