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You might not have heard the Montessori phrase, "Maximum Effort," but you've definitely seen it. It's not children doing things the hard way, or wasting time, or just not being efficient yet, it's a completely different reason for interacting with the world around them. Check out the blog post at https://baandek.org/blogWiki for "Who's on First?"ht…
 
Grace & Courtesy are the “what to do when” and “how to” lessons of the classroom. They’re direct instruction on rules, policy, how to be a human in this space and time. Children will learn anything as long as they’re provided with a clear model, reinforcement, and an opportunity to practice.https://baandek.org/posts/do-as-i-do/Our theme music is by…
 
For a text of this podcast, search the title at https://baandek.org/blog/Process art is about the doing, not the end result. How do we emphasize process art, set logical limits, and give different outlets for creativity? What does process art have to do with developing a growth mindset?Check out a Buddha board herehttps://www.amazon.com/Original-Bu…
 
Many of us are working from home these days. This can be tough, even when there aren't children around, only more so when there are other circumstances beyond our control! In this episode, we chat with the original Ms. Wood -- Mrs. Snyder's Mom! Jan Smith Wood is a former Montessori parent herself, and worked from home while her daughters were in s…
 
Montessori and Minimalism so naturally go together. Minimalism is becoming increasingly popular, with "The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up" by Marie Kondo from a few years ago and her new Netflix show. Many of us want to have less and enjoy more. How do we get there? Is minimalism possible with children. Montessori parent and minimalist Cassie sh…
 
We had a lovely conversation with parents who chose to keep their children in Montessori for Kindergarten, about what that decision-making process was like, some observations they've made since having their child in a Montessori setting, and if they had any thoughts they'd share with families considering Kindergarten year Montessori. Staying in you…
 
Over the next several months, there are so many holidays and special occasions. How do we help children through these joyful, and sometimes stressful events? Due to your feedback, this episode includes tips for all ages, not just those under six! Thanks for the notes, they help us be better! (Spoiler alert: the next episode will be about travel wit…
 
In Episodes 73 & 74, we discussed Space and Time in our Montessori Summer series. In this episode, we bring them together, to address one difficult area of family life. We'll go over four areas where small changes can have a big impact, but this is just the tip of the iceberg. What's one challenging area in your family's life, where minor changes c…
 
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