Thoughts on Changing Works in the Classroom

Seemi from Trillium Montessori has a webinar on changing work in the Montessori classroom that is currently free and available for a limited time. You can check it out here. Before I settle in to watch, I wanted to reflect on my previous experiences with this.

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Enter the @ClearlyFiltered Filtered Water Pitcher #Giveaway Ends 3/10 @las930

I have mentioned before how we often spoke in my Montessori training about the importance of drinking water. We also encourage it a lot in the children as well. Because we want to encourage them to pour their own water, we could add one of these filtered pitchers to the classroom (when regulations allow because of pandemic precautions). At the very least, you can have filtered water available for them, even if you’re the one who has to fill their water bottles. It’s just a thought!

Welcome to the Clearly Filtered – Filtered Water Pitcher Giveaway!

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Website Wednesday: Living Montessori Now

When I had the original Montessori Writer website over 10 years ago, I created the Twitter account and Facebook page to go with it and ended up meeting a lot of wonderful people. We were all getting started online and loved sharing ideas. One of those people was Deb, the creator of Living Montessori Now. She’s going to be my first featured website on my Website Wednesdays.

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Remembering Jo and Her Montessori Math Legacy

A couple of weeks ago, I was already having a rough day, not feeling well and extremely tired. As I scrolled through my Facebook feed, I saw a notice posted in my childhood Montessori group that my former teacher, Jo, had passed away.

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