Resources: How can we help?


Our Montessori Life strives to share the peaceful, respectful principles of the Montessori pedagogy with families, schools and communities around the world.

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We also consult with both families and schools to help with everything from space design, to the appropriate Montessori materials to offer at every stage of development.


Contact us here regarding in home or online consultation as well as to arrange guest speaking engagements.

16 Replies to “Resources: How can we help?”

  1. Hi my son just turned 3 years old. He is not in school. I am contemplating home schooling him. I love the Montessori philosophy. Do you have a tips on how to bring the Montessori philosophy home.

      1. Hi Beth,

        I am Jessica from Malaysia.
        Would you mind include me in your email for tips starting Montessori at home for preschooler? My girl is turning 3 coming May. We decided to homeschool her for as long as we can 🙂
        My email is jsyeap@gmail.com
        Thanks in advance

  2. Can you recommend books for my 21 month old son? I know this a fairly broad question but he absolutely LOVES books and being read to.

    Christine

      1. Thank you so much to introducing us to the Alfie series of books! My son loves them and the pictures, too. We also picked up a copy of Shoes Shoes Shoes by Ann Morris. Keep me posted if you come across any other good reads that you can think of.

        Christine

  3. Hello

    We have a 1 year old that we have been trying to incorporate Montessori Philosophy with her at home. I try to read a lot on it but still feel inadequate when it comes to creating activities for her. Can you recommend a book I can read as well as activities? And I am interested in your consultation services as well 🙂
    Thank you for your help.

  4. Hello there getting lots of inspiration from your page im just starting out I want to begin with practical life but unsure how to start. I have a 2 year old. I do have a wooden toy kitchen with a small basin included but unsure of how to actually use it for real would be grateful for your input

  5. We have been following your site and social media resources for a few years now. I have some questions about making a space (specifically, our own Ikea kitchen) work with two children in different stages (4.5 years and 8 months). First thought was to move the older into the regular kitchen using a step (she avoids the learning tower because she can’t move it alone), but I’d love to hear what your thoughts are.

    Diana

  6. Your blog has been such an inspiration for this new mom. I would love to have something easy and compact to reference when it comes to appropriate toys and Montessori materials at each developmental milestone. I have a six month old son. I feel like I’m trying to stay ahead of the game, but it’s hard to know exactly what he NEEDS each step of the way. (i.e. we just bought him a weaning table, but I’m unsure how to introduce it to him.) Would love some consultation on such things. Thank you!

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