The term, “Montessori Learning”, may not be something you are familiar with. However, if you are interested in homeschooling your child to help them to become the best that they can be; it is time that you learn a little about this learning technique. It is a method of teaching that has helped many very successful people get their start in life so that they could become artists, entrepreneurs, leaders, executives, and more. Does this sound like something you would want for your child?

montessori bookWhat Is Montessori Learning?

Montessori teaching is a way of showing your child the full extent of their potential. It is a course and set of books that are designed to help you bring out the best in your child so that they are ready to tackle the world as they grow into adulthood. The course was designed by Dr. Maria Montessori and you can still purchase a set of five curriculum albums to guide you and your child on a more effective way of learning at home. It will show you a better way of broadening your child’s horizons by covering the five main areas of childhood development.

The Five Areas Covered by Montessori Books

With these books, you will learn how to more effectively help your child learn about the things that are very important in early childhood. You will learn how to incorporate lessons into your everyday life, even when you are not actively “homeschooling” them at the time. These areas of learning include:

               * SensorialMontessori Activities

               * Practical Life Lessons

               * Language

               * Cultural/ Geography

               * and Mathematics

They are designed for children that are between the ages of 2-7 years old and have become very popular over the years with both parents and teachers who want the best for their students. This is mostly because each lesson guidebook offers practical exercises and activities for children who want to know more about the world around them.

Achieve Successful Teaching and Gain Extreme Learning

As a teacher, it is said that to become successful, you must go beyond observation and experiment with the child you are teaching. Your instructions must be concise and to the point when you are teaching. This will keep the lesson simple enough that your child will understand what you are saying. You should also be objective in the way you teach and avoid putting a lot of your own personality into the lesson so your child can focus on what you are teaching them at the time. This also means that you should be the director for your child’s learning experiences so that they are more willing to take part in spontaneous work.

Explore More with Montessori

When teaching, you need to become the director so that your child learns where to go and what to do through actions to learn about their world instead of learning from your words. This means that they should learn from their surroundings through Montessori Gamesexperimentation. If you want to increase their learning potential and ensure that it is fun for them to explore; you can choose from a variety of toys to
help them learn in this way. Toys are fun, interactive, and encourage further exploration even when you, the teacher, are not actively involved in the learning process so that the child can begin to explore problem-solving, gain social skills, how to manage their time, and ultimately how to be a positive member of society as they grow. Ultimately, isn’t that something that we all want for our children? Perhaps now, you will know how to help them become the people that you know they are capable of being.

Start Even Earlier with Montessori Learning

Infant Baby CarrierOne of the greatest things about Montessori Learning is the fact that it uses a child’s natural curiosity to build on. It enables them to explore the world around them without much interference from you, their teacher. However, even though it is designed mostly for toddlers and up; some say that you can start the same type of learning much earlier in your child’s life. Perhaps it is even possible to encourage learning from the time that your little one is born. This is making people ask if it is possible to start even earlier with Montessori learning.

Understanding the Learning Process

From the time a baby is born, they are learning about the world around them. Even before you infant can crawl across the floor, they are exploring. They are learning by touch, by taste, by sound, smell, and sight. Their five senses are being put to use. Everything is new and exciting. As a parent, your role in this early learning phase is extremely important. The more time you spend with them, showing them the world; the faster they will begin to put the pieces that they know together. This is one of the main reasons parents are trying to find more ways to encourage even their tiniest infants to feel more confidence in their security.

How Parents Are Expanding HorizonsTwin Carrier Bonding

It has been proven that a baby carrier can increase an infant/parent bond from an early age. We already know that a baby who is being carried in a safe cocoon where they can hear their mommy’s heart will feel less stressed out by the activities goin g on around them. This is the goal of Montessori Learning and therefore seems like a perfect way to start the learning process earlier.

By using a baby carrier or a baby carrier for twins, your little one can be held safely by you while watching as you go about the chores you have to do daily. They can become more a part of shopping trips or long walks in the park. You can cover their head to protect them if they begin to get scared or sleepy and allow them to take in everything when they are alert and most ready to watch. At all times, they will know that you are there with them and that you are protecting them while they learn. Twins in a baby carrier are also going to gain important social skills that single babies may need to get from a mirrored image.

Montessori Infancy learningLearning Only Begins at Infancy

A child will learn best if they feel they are safe in their own exploration of the world around them. By using a baby carrier during infancy, you are creating a bond that is extremely special. As they grow from infancy and into toddlerhood, you can continue to use the
carriers. This will make it easier on you to talk to them about the world and the things that they are seeing, but if at any time, they seem to be overwhelmed by the activities; they can be shielded from it as well. As curious toddlers, you can let them run, play, and learn and they will still know that they can come to you for protection when the big ole world turns out to be a little more than they want to deal with. Can you think of a reason it wouldn’t work well with the Montessori learning program?