In today’s post, I am going to show you exactly how to teach your child in the montessori way.
It will build your child and give him or her freedom and understanding to be undertaking certain prearranged tasks all by himself or herself.
Let’s dive right in.
Teaching and learning are two sides of a coin. You cannot take one without the other but if you happen to be on the teaching side then you need to have some useful tips especially when the learner is your child or ward.
Of all the numerous methods out there for teaching, the Montessori method stands out.
It defines freedom of the child and the need to observe him or her in the course of undertaking certain prearranged tasks all by himself or herself.
If you are to do this at home to compliment what the child learns in school then you must be up to date of what the child is learning at school.
To use this method at home, the child has to partake in some chores as like
- Watering of planty
- Cleaning windows
- Using glue with paper
Bonus Tips: 6 Montessori parenting habits to practice every day
To help you get started, here are six elements of Montessori philosophy that anyone can use while interacting with children.
- Respect your child as a person
- Foster your child’s freedom and independence
- Give them freedom—within limits
- Slow down—and give them space
- Use big words—even with little kids
- Always be making observations of your little one
Note the interest of the child and encourage him or her along that line that would be more beneficiary to the child.
Feedback is needed by sharing some of the experiences with professionals in this area who would guide you better while you do the needful at home.
The main objective is to ensure peace and gradual development of the education of the child.
Here at Elevado school training your child in the right way is our priority and we do our best to ensure that.
I hope this guide helps you know how to teach your child in the Montessori way because at Elevado school educating our parent is one of our job not just the children.
Now I’d like to turn it over to you:
What was your favorite resource from this guide?