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Absorbent Mind – A Key Principle In Montessori

As parents and members of a Montessori community, we often hear this term. But what do Montessori educators really mean by it?

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Toddler & Me Parent Interview Aria & Evangelia

We are pleased to introduce Evangelia and her daughter, Aria who started with IMSP after attending our Toddler & Me course. How did they like it, what have they learned, and what benefit does it bring to their daily life?

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Enroll your child at imsp

Are you considering Montessori education for your child aged 15 months – 12 years? If you are curious how Montessori education could help your child thrive, schedule an in-person or virtual tour to visit the International Montessori School of Prague. You will receive a guided tour of our Montessori Toddlers (nursery), Preschool, and Elementary classrooms, meet with school leadership and have all your questions answered. Book a private tour

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Learning Mathematics in our Primary Classrooms

Maria Montessori often stated that not only does every human being have an innate drive to understand the environment around them, we all also naturally have what she called a “Mathematical Mind”. In the Montessori classroom, mathematical learning begins through indirect preparation long before a child is ever introduced to any Math materials.

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Our Life in Lockdown

We have all had our fair share of complaining about the situation we have found ourselves in since last Spring, but in this article, I wanted to concentrate on the positives this has brought to us.

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PEACE EDUCATION

It is no secret that Dr. Maria Montessori is known for her strong advocacy of peace education and how it relates to an essential yet often “invisible” component of the Montessori Method – Grace and Courtesy. Her vision to help all children to feel safe and cared for while preparing them for adulthood is the very foundation of Peace Education in every Montessori classroom, aimed to help cultivate empathy and kindness.

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The Independent Child

Why - and how - we nurture independence in our students

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Exploring Practical Life Through Cloth Washing

Toddlers need hands-on experience with life skills in real purposeful ways.

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Top 3 Winter Activities for Toddlers

We know that when schools are closed and children are at home for the holidays, it can sometimes be a challenge to come up with new, interesting ideas of things to do with your toddler. Here we have compiled a list of our three favorite winter-themed activities that consist of simple steps and only require materials that you probably already have around the house.

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Make homemade soap with your toddler!

All you will need is 100g of soap, rubber molds, turmeric powder, lemon or orange essential oils, fresh lemon or orange, and a grater or zester.

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Summer Camp

Our Summer Camp continues! We have made Playdough and created "Coffee Filter Flowers" with food coloring. Both activities can be easily done at home with your toddler using items you probably already have in the kitchen. You can find both recipes on our blog. Enjoy!

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Mones

Sorry, this article is only in Czech.

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