Montessori Inspired Activities for Pre-Schoolers

Montessori Inspired Activities for Pre-Schoolers : Home Projects for 2-6 Year Olds

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Montessori Inspired Activities for Pre-Schoolers is perfect for you if you are you interested in Montessori but you can't send you child to a Montessori pre-school or do you love Montessori but can't afford to buy all the equipment, or maybe you want to supplement your child's Montessori education? Maybe you don't give a hoot about Montessori, and you are looking for activities for toddlers to keep your child quiet and busy so you can get your jobs done! Then this book is perfect for you, many of these activities are used in the Montessori classroom but don't use any specific Montessori toys or equipment which means you can set them up at home, at very little cost. Why this book is good for you... 50 quick & easy to prepare activities, all are aimed at helping the child's development Use Montessori's theory without the cost of expensive equipment Activities are engaging giving you some quiet time Many activities have suggestions to make it more challenging All have been tried and tested Includes basic science activities for kids Low cost to set up the activities, many of the items you will already own Free set of high quality printables to go with the book Includes photo, what you need & advice on setting up and demonstrating each activity Suitable for children from 2 to 6 years old Over 8 years ago Jo Ebisujima started blogging about the Montessori activities that she did at home with her son. As she was on a tight budget many of the activities were done using everyday household equipment allowing her to buy a number of specialized key pieces of equipment for her son. The book contains the activities she did using easy to find, everyday equipment. Jo also runs an ecourse "Montessori Crash Course" with Deb Chitwood helping overwhelmed parents come to grips with Montessori and getting them started on their Montessori journey. Montessori's theory on education should be available to everyone as it helps the child with independence and self awareness, and although many of these activities seem very simple to an adult, for a child, they are engaging and help them to learn about the world around them, they help build concentration, dexterity and strengthen those important pincer muscles and fine motor skills. This book is a collection of activities taken from the blog when Jo's son was between the ages of two and four. (but many were used until he was much older). Montessori theory is touched on in the in the book but not in depth as it is a practical guide for busy parents to set up activities for their developing child to do at home. Buy Montessori Inspired Activities for Pre-Schoolers NOW and get started right away, get your child engaged and having fun in a matter of minutes.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 126 pages
  • 152 x 228 x 12mm | 200g
  • Little Ebi Publishing
  • Congleton, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 50 photographs, 1 png graphic
  • 0992707900
  • 9780992707903
  • 93,885

About Jo Ebisujima

Jo Ebisujima is a Brit living and working in Japan. She has taught all over the world and is now raising her bilingual son using the Montessori method. She has been blogging for 6+ years about their Montessori adventure and the ups and downs of living in a foreign country. In 2012 Jo set up Secrets Of A Rock Star Mom and My Organized Chaos to help busy mamas organize their kids and homes so that they have more time for the fun stuff. She is on a mission to help as many busy mamas as possible to have a stress free, happy and organized parenting journey. Now, before we go any further, there is something you should know, Jo has a reputation... ohhhh yes, it is known that not only does she love Montessori she is also one crafty mama! and you just can't keep a good crafty mama down. She thrives on coming up with new crafty ideas and activities to be enjoyed by kids of all ages. She gets get doubly excited if the new activity is not only fun but educational too. Her work has been featured in places from Sew Hip! magazine to Whip Up, The Crafty Crow to Rhythm Of The Home to name but a few.

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