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Small world play at early learning services

Little people have big imaginations, and small world play is an enormously beneficial way to tap into this creativity at child care and at home. Basically, small world play involves your child placing little toys (like vehicles, furniture, animal figurines and peg people) into a miniature setting, then enacting different scenes and situations using these objects.

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5 Interesting Benefits Of Water Play In Early Childhood Development

We believe that the environment can be one of the best teachers, and what better way to learn than by having fun in water! The benefits of outdoor water play for toddlers include hand-eye coordination development and math and science concepts. It also enhances social skills and encourages cooperation.

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Staying At Home Vs Sending Your Child To Childcare

Although most parents are extremely good at “childproofing” their homes, private property isn’t purposefully built to house eager adventurers. One of the advantages of a good daycare or preschool setting is that it’s specifically designed with the needs of young people in mind!

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Social Development in a Montessori School

. Montessori schools focus on developing every aspect of the child – physical, social, emotional, and cognitive. These elements make up what Dr. Montessori calls the whole child.

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How and Why to Observe Your Child in Montessori

Observation is an important part of the Montessori curriculum. Through observation, parents and teachers can gain an understanding of the individual needs of each child. Observation without interference can also help children gain a sense of independence and competence. 

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How and Where Do I Start with Montessori Homeschooling?

To start Montessori homeschooling, carefully consider and organize the learning environment, prepare opportunities for the child to spend time with children and adults of all ages, remove extrinsic motivations, and research different Montessori curriculum materials that can guide learning.

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Montessori Kitchens: Why, When, and How to Use Them

Technically, play kitchens are not Montessori; however, functional kitchen spaces for children are. Introduction to real kitchen activities should ideally start in an actual kitchen. However, a play kitchen can be repurposed into a more Montessori-aligned kitchen where practical life activities can take place.

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What is a Montessori Playroom?

Montessori playrooms are intentionally-designed spaces that optimize children’s opportunities to learn through play. These play spaces prioritize simplicity, function, and accessibility so that children can move about independently and comprehend their options for play without becoming overwhelmed.

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