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Creando Archivos. Arco Iris Waldorf doble, de Alupe {con sorteo} No es ningún secreto que en casa somos fans absolutos de los materiales de Grimms, especialmente de su Arco Iris tamaño grande (y del gigante también si tuviéramos espacio XD). Este tipo de juguetes permiten a los niños desarrollar toda su creatividad, son de una calidad excepcional y además preciosos, ¿Qué más se puede pedir? Hoy os enseño en el blog el Arco Iris doble, que nos lo han enviado desde Alupé para que demos nuestra opinión. Cuando lo sacamos de la caja, las niñas gritaron de alegría, las cosas simétricas y a pares las vuelven locas XD (más…) ¿Te ha gustado? A tus amigos les gustará, ¡compártelo! Me gusta: Me gusta Cargando... A la playa con Juguetes Quut y Jaisa Educativos Hoy en el blog os presento unos juguetes muy especiales de cara al verano: Quut. (más…) Álbum acordeón para regalar a los profes (más…) ¿Quieres ser vegetariana? (más…) Rabietas, My little book box (más…) Montessori Lesson Plans – Maitri Learning.

These lesson plans are derived from the founder of Maitri's AMI Montessori Albums. If you are not a trained Montessori directress/director (teacher/guide), get trained! Visit AMI USA's website for details. There is much more to this amazing educational method than just the materials. In any case, be sure to practice your presentation alone or with a friend many times before presenting any materials to a child... you want your presentation to be flawless, precise, consistent/repeatable, and completely free from distractions so that the child can focus on, connect with, and learn from the materials.

Each lesson is like a choreographed dance that you memorize the movements for. Your performance of the movements must be precise but your interactions with an individual child will of course vary somewhat as you adapt to meet the needs of the moment. PDF Lesson Plans Preparing the Environment Here are some guidelines on setting up your classroom environment. Reference Materials Free E-Books. EDUCACION PARA NIÑOS | el cajon de mi nochero | Página 3. Los ejercicios de vida practica son actividades que el niño ve que los adultos realizan en su casa y por esta razón está familiarizado con ellos.

Se ha dividido en 2 grupos: Cuidado del medio ambiente y cuidado de si mismo. Las edades comprendidas entre los 2 y 4 años y medio son las adecuadas para estas actividades ya que es la edad en la cual se manifiesta la necesidad de imitación de los adultos. A continuación voy a describirles cómo se lleva a cabo la presentación de un ejercicio, recordemos que nosostros NO enseñamos, el niño APRENDE. Lo que si hacemos es proporcionarles materiales, espacios y experiencias positivas para que ellos puedan desarrollar al máximo su potencial. Veamos dos acciones concretas sobre el cuidado del ambiente. MOVIENDO UNA SILLA : Demuestre usted, sin palabras, como se realiza la acción Invite el niño a realizar el ejercicio 1- Parese detrás de la silla 2- Doblese hasta que pueda tomar la silla con sus manos 3-Tome la silla con las dos manos.

Edad: 2 1/2 a 3 años. Aprendiendo Archivos. 10 juegos de viaje para niños y adultos {Juego de tronas} Hoy os traigo un post que solo llevaba un mes preparándose, Macho Alfa está en modo vacaciones, jij, le pedí que nos hiciera un post rapidito, pero él no es de rapiditos, es de cosas bien hechas (y de procastinar a tope xD). Pero por fin está aquí el post sobre juegos de viaje, ideales por su pequeño tamaño para llevarlos con nosotros de vacaciones, o a la piscina o para una sobremesa si comemos fuera. Para los peques tenéis también en el blog este set de viaje para niños y estas recomendaciones para viajar con niños. Si queréis comprar algún juego os dejamos (en los títulos) los enlaces a Amazon para vuestra comodidad* (más…) ¿Te ha gustado? Me gusta: Me gusta Cargando... Libros National Geographic Kids Hoy salgo de nuevo del retiro vacacional para enseñaros en el blog una colección de libros que nos encanta, National Geographic Kids.

(más…) ¿ Por que las sillas de coche a contra marcha son las mas seguras? (más…) (más…) Trilliummontessori.org. I often get questions from people who are interested in getting Montessori training but have no idea where to start. Even though Montessori has been around for a long time, it is just recently coming into mainstream awareness. You have to dig a little bit to find the information you need. Hopefully the overview presented below will give you some direction in where to start your search. Training for Professionals If you are planning to teach in a Montessori school or start a Montessori program of your own, you should get professional level training.

There is no ranking system for Montessori training centers and no agreed-upon training that is considered the best. When searching for a program, look for ones that include the following: A significant portion of the curriculum devoted to Montessori theory. Opportunity to interact closely with classmates and instructors (a good distance learning program will provide this) MACTE: Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education Other Authors. A Montessori Home encourages independence and freedom of choice - Montessori Learning.

Or Purchase the Montessori At Home! eBook Bundle that combines the Montessori at Home eBook, the Mom Bloggers Talk Montessori eBook, and the Montessori Print Shop Printable Materials Bundle all in one. The printables included in this Bundle are: The Five Senses, Color Grading Cards, Plant or Animal Sorting Cards, Geometric Solids, Geometric Matching Cards and Charts, Metal Insets, Animal Names and Pictures, Animals of the Continents, Parts of the Tree, The Human Skeleton, Continents of the World, World Maps, Land & Water Form Photos, Phases of the Moon, 1-100 Math Series, What Does Not Belong? , Association of Objects, Phonics Sound & Picture Sorting, Step 1 Words and Picture Cards, Moveable Alphabet (with Instructions, Letters, and Pictures), Step 1 Sentence Cards. Montessori à la maison. Mi Escuelita Montessori: Matemáticas.

Enero.... ahhhh por fin!! , ya estoy donde más me gusta estar!!! En casita con mis princesas! ! Estuve trabajando fuera por casi un año, y aunque la experiencia fue buena.... no deseaba otra cosa que estar aquí! !! Comenzamos full escuelita el 19 de enero, y como siempre ahí vivimos dia tras dia, experiencias enriquecedoras!! En enero nos fuimos "de repaso" trabajando de todo un poco, para confirmar, por donde comenzar e identificar hacia que Nuevos materiales movernos y cuales serán Las próximas presentaciones. // We start a full review, all areas, just to confirm, where we are, and to identify where to move on and what presentations we have to do...

Mi princesa grande, organizando el librero de la sala!!! Nos fuimos a Africa, y nuestra primera parade..., Africa del Sur. We travel to Africa, and our first spot, South Africa!! Trabajando, con los datos del pais, bandera, moneda, religion y datos curiosos y de interés. Tuvimos full Botánica y Biología... Opsssss, que pasó!!?? Sensorial. The Montessori Method for Teaching the Letter SoundsVibrant Wanderings.

Some miniature sandpaper letters from a set I commissioned from my artistic former assistant. These are sandpaper on painted balsa wood. This is part four in my series on early math and language skills. In my last post, I discussed the way children learn to pick out and differentiate between individual letter sounds (phoneme isolation) in Montessori schools and shared some ideas for how parents can provide similar activities at home. Once children have become familiar and comfortable with the letter sounds (auditory discrimination), we move on to presenting the individual letters.

We do not, however, present the letter names, but instead present each letter in association with its phonetic sound. Of course many letters make more than one sound, but we begin with one common sound for each letter. In previous posts for this series I have briefly touched on the way things are done in the classroom and then focused on ideas for parents supporting their children’s learning at home. The Lesson. NAMC Montessori Teacher Training Blog: The Second Plane of Development: Ages 6-12 - Montessori Philosophy.

Continuing our series on learning about the four planes of development, we move on to the second plane, which encompasses ages six to twelve. The second plane of development is the plane of childhood. The absorbent mind, so prevalent from birth to age six, gives way to the conscious mind in the second plane of development. Learning now takes place at a slower, steadier pace. Children in the second plane of development are much less drawn to the repetition of activities, unless there is some variation involved. Children in the second plane of development are also no longer solitary beings. They now tend to gravitate towards others in their environment. Around the age of 6, children begin to become interested in their classmates and are learning how to get along.

The Second Plane of Development: Ages 6-12 - Montessori Philosophy As they develop, children in the second plane of development also expand their social network. Related NAMC Blogs: NAMC Montessori Teacher Training Blog: The Five Great Lessons for Montessori Elementary: An Introduction and Lesson Idea List. Our goal is not so much the imparting of knowledge as the unveiling and developing of spiritual energy. - Maria Montessori, The Child in the Family The Five Great Lessons is a group of impressionistic stories that are meant to provide elementary Montessori students with a “big picture” of the world and life.

At this stage of development, children are becoming aware of the world and their place in it. For a child, the Great Lessons are more than just educational and inspirational stories. They spark the imagination and lead students to contemplate not only the past, but the future. Each of the Great Lessons serves to initiate student exploration and discovery. Because of the importance and wealth of information that can be discovered in each lesson, it is important, therefore, not to rush through them, but to give ample time in between for research on the topics presented in the lessons. The Five Great Lessons for Montessori Elementary: An Introduction and Lesson Idea List. 2 Pequeños Traviesos: 3-6 MONTESSORI. Éstas son las otras actividades que Ym ha estado trabajando, en adición a las de Lenguaje y Matemática.

De éstas, su favorita sigue siendo Ciencia, siempre y cuando sea “en vivo” y mediante experimentos. No le encanta la nomenclatura todavía. Arte también ocupa mucho de su tiempo cuando él mismo selecciona los materiales y usa su creatividad. Besides Language and Math, these are the other activities Ym has been working on.

Science is still his favorite one as long as he learns from the “real thing” and does lots of experiments. He’s still not into nomenclature cards. He also spends much of his time doing artsy projects in which he gets to choose the materials and use his creativity. Ciencia / Science Aprendiendo un poco sobre las semillas. Removiendo semillas de una manzana. Aprendiendo sobre el ciclo de vidad de la hoja y observando cómo van cambiando de color. La colección de hojas que recojimos en una caminata. Su hermano explicándole sobre las raíces.

Cultural Sensorial Art. Diary of a Montessori Teacher. The Montessori on a Budget blog: Introduction to DIY Beginner Montessori Subtraction. Hi, My name is Jennifer and usually you can find me writing at Naniheart, however today I am happy to be guest blogging for the first time ever, with the ladies from Montessori on a Budget!!!! Thank you for having me, it's quite an honor :) My daughter, Princess (5), has been on a Mathematical SPREE! I for one am thrilled with this. For the last month or so all I've been doing is coming up with Math games. She has recently mastered the Introduction to Addition game I created, so I decided to make these, to teach simple subtraction! Material list: * Beads (or any other small object. . * Card stock (or just any kind of paper you have handy) * Small containers (I got these at the dollar store, but you could use anything else as long as it has a lid. . * Number stickers (or sharpie) I placed number stickers on each lid, filled the corresponding tub with that many beads.

I chose gray beads because I will be making the Montessori subtraction snake game with gray beads (very soon, so stay tuned!!) What DID we do all day? What DID we do all day? Montessori hoy: 03 Base teórica. Para celebrar el cumple años de la nieta de María Montessori os regalo este archivo pdf sobre la vida y el árbol genealógico de la familia Montessori: Y también una cita de Marilena sobre su abuela: " Era lei la persona a cui chiedevo tutto, come fanno tutti i piccolini. Mammolina, come? Peché? Quando?

“ Cuanto avrei voluto una sola volte sentirle dire: “ Le stelle durante il giorno dormono. Le ricette di Maria Montessori. En español: Me voy a tomar la libertad de traducir lo mejor que puedo: Maria Montessori era la persona a quien peguntaba todo. La respuesta de Maria Montessori era: Tu Tatita, probablemente te dirá una cosa, tu padre otra y tu madre otra… Y la mayor parte de la gente ni siquiera lo ha pensado en su vida. "Making Montessori Ours": math printable. Xander is very familiar with measurement is basic terms. He has used a ruler, measuring tapes and meter sticks for various things... helping out with building projects etc. These measurement boxes and unit are to give him a more in depth understanding of Imperial and Metric measurement, and history.

There are many books out there - in this post I included a couple of books we will be using. I also really like this history of measurement explanation and this page...I found this site interesting... this was great. This is a really great video. I have an Imperial and Metric box. This is a set of nomenclature cards for various tools of measurement I made these from google images. We created a wooden set of rulers from simple stock molding. The set of cards below are from Montessori for Learning, as are their counterparts below. There are photos of easy to find objects that Xander will choose from...find and estimate the measure. I found this site to print rulers.

Command cards I created. Jaisaeducativos. Montessori Mar del Sur. Montessori en Casa | Acompáñanos en nuestras aventuras de aprendizaje – Join us on our learning adventures. The Helpful Garden: Cards and Counters Extension Exercise. Montessori para todos. María Montessori no dudó en incluir plantas y flores en las aulas; en un ambiente preparado, en el que cada detalle es cuidado, no podía faltar la naturaleza. Aprender a observar y cuidar la naturaleza son actividades que se encuentran dentro del área de vida práctica, si bien esconden muchos más objetivos.

Pequeños arreglos florales Jarrones pequeños como estos decoran las mesas de las aulas montessori. Sensorialmente, esta actividad les ayuda a desarrollar su olfato, el tacto, la vista; al prepararlos trabajan la coordinación, concentración, el órden, la independencia, … aprenden a moverse por el aula con cuidado de no chocar con las mesas y con ello derramarlos y según crecen, su interés pasa en descubrir las funciones y partes de flores y plantas, apoyándose a su vez, por ejemplo con los puzzles de botánica.

Para preparar esta actividad necesitaremos: Una bandeja (mejor de plástico)Un jarrón, vaso o similar. Presentamos la actividad: Elige una o varias flores. Creciendo con Montessori. Material Montessori Alternativo Matemáticas.