Hey! Thanks for attending my parent night about encouraging independence at home. This page has LOTS of resources to continue learning about supporting your children and mindful parenting by design.
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We've made a booklet with everything your child needs at home to thrive at school.
Learn how to design your daily routines, ask the right questions, offer help when needed, and encourage independence
Gain insight on what your child is doing in her first, second, and third year of Montessori primary school, and what to expect around age 6.
Includes over 40 resources and five bonus printables
RIE Parenting Basics (9 Ways to Put Respect into Action)- Janet Lansbury
Montessori Views on Infant and Toddler Behavior: A Parent and Caregiver's Role- North American Montessori Center
How Not to Talk to Your Kids- Po Bronson
The Secret of Raising a Resilient Child- AHA Parenting
Five Reasons to Stop Saying "Good Job!"- Alfie Kohn
Raising Successful Children- Madeline Levine
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Resources for Infant Educarers: Books, courses, and support for parents with children under age 2.
Positive Discipline: Excellent step-by-step resources, classes, and programs for parents
Family Resource Collection from the American Montessori Society
Aid to Life: Montessori at Home for children under age 3
How We Montessori: A mom blog detailing her journey with Montessori at Home, birth to elem.
Mindful Magazine: A collection of articles about mindful practices, including resources for parents.
Put the items from the starter kit in your home so your child can use them.
Read through the catchphrases and choose 2 to focus on this week.
Practice pausing 2-3 seconds before you respond, comment, help, or interrupt. Do you really need to step in?