Montessori On the Go Freebies!

Hello dear readers! Many of you visiting this post may have found it after reading Montessori On the Go which is a guide for Montessori inspired travel activities specially designed for 2-6-year-olds. This post includes the information about the Freebies mentioned in the book.

If you haven’t read the book, you’re still welcome to the Freebies, although I do encourage you to head over to Amazon and pick up your copy ūüôā The information in the book will help give you a fuller understanding of the activities included in the Freebie.

What’s in the Freebie? There are 6¬† travel-friendly/related activities included in the Freebie document. Activities cover a range of topics including reading and language, counting, nature, and geography. I hope you enjoy them!

How do you get them? Just sign up with your email below and I’ll send you an email with the details of how to gain access to the Freebies. If you’d like to share about this Freebie with your friends, all I ask is that you send them to this blog page so that your friends can also sign up and gain access to the freebie. Thanks so much, and happy learning on the go!

Don’t forget to let me know how you liked the Freebie in the comments section below.

GIVEAWAY of My Book: Montessori at Home Guide: A Short Practical Model to Gently Guide your 2-6 Year Old through Learning Self-Care

Ever wondered how to get your little one to be a bit more independent? Part of the answer is by teaching self-care. By intentionally teaching your child to eat on their own, perform tasks related to hygiene (brush their¬†teeth, comb hair, etc.), dress themselves, and more, you encourage your child’s autonomy. This, in turn, boosts their self-confidence and helps your little one develop fine motor skills (the added bonus? It frees up YOUR time). I talk about all of this in my book,¬†Montessori at Home Guide: A Short Practical Model to Gently Guide your 2-6 Year Old through Learning Self-Care.

If you’re not sure where to start with self-care, or don’t even know what lessons you should teach, this is the book for you. The lessons are explained in detail, including how they relate to the Montessori philosophy. Any parent of a child between ages 2-6 can benefit from reading this book, especially if you’re interested in the Montessori method.¬†You can learn more about this self-care book here.

My publisher, Sterling Productions, has recently released the audio version of the book. To spread the word about this new audiobook, they’re offering a giveaway of the audio version!

You can find all the details about the giveaway below. It’s very simple, you just need to join Sterling Productions’ mailing list,¬†join the Volcano Mama mailing list (see the¬†top right-hand corner of the page) or like the Montessori at Home Guide¬†Facebook page. If you already like the Facebook page or have signed up for one of the mailing lists, that’s no problem, simply use the same email address when you enter the giveaway contest.

Stay tuned to the Montessori at Home Guides Facebook page where Sterling Productions also does physical book giveaways.

The contest runs until June 24. So make sure you enter before then. Feel free to share this post and give your friends a chance to win too!

Good luck!

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Are you a traditionalist who needs to physically hold a book while flipping through the pages? I understand. You can also find the book on Amazon. There, you can also browse through the rest of the Montessori at Home Guide books. Happy reading and happy parenting!

I’m an Author! Montessori At Home Guide: Self-Care For 2-6 Year Olds

Montessori self-care

The book’s been out for awhile, but I’ve finally gotten around to sharing it here! Sterling Productions approached me to write this ebook on self-care for 2-6-year olds and I was thrilled to¬†accept the opportunity.

This is a short, basic guide to help parents show their children the way in learning self-care. Through self-care, independence is encouraged and children learn to take care of many basic tasks on their own.¬†The lessons cover everything from hygiene and dressing to eating, safety and manners.¬†The book is structured in a user-friendly way so that you can pinpoint exactly what you’re looking to teach and find some creative, helpful, Montessori inspired ideas for working with your little one.


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