How to Raise an Amazing Child the Montessori Way, 2nd Edition

Tim Seldin (Author)
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Description

A parent's guide to building independence, creativity, and confidence in their children using Montessori learning techniques, written by Montessori president Tim Seldin.

An international bestseller, How to Raise an Amazing Child the Montessori Way adapts Montessori teachings for easy use at home. Packed with Montessori-based preschool activities and educational games that build confidence and independence through active learning, this authoritative illustrated guide helps raise self-reliant and creative children. Celebrate physical and intellectual milestones from birth to age six with activity checklists, and encourage development through proven child-centered teaching methods.

This edition has been updated to include information about the neuroscience of child development and shares advice about screen time in the digital age, coparenting, other family changes, and gentle discipline methods.

How to Raise an Amazing Child the Montessori Way shows parents how to bring the teachings of Montessori into their home to create a safe, nurturing environment for their children with clear and concise instructions.

Product Details

Price
$19.95  $18.35
Publisher
DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
Publish Date
June 13, 2017
Pages
208
Dimensions
7.1 X 0.7 X 9.1 inches | 1.3 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781465462305
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About the Author

Currently President of the Montessori Foundation and Chair of the International Montessori Council, Tim Seldin is one of America's most respected Montessori educators and authors. He is the author of Celebrations of Life, The World in the Palm of Her Hand, and The Montessori Way: An Education for Life.

Reviews

Praise for How to Raise An Amazing Child the Montessori Way

"Seldin's book is beautifully illustrated with full-color photographs of a diverse group of children..." -- Library Journal