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eBook Montessori at home: A complete guide to teaching your preschooler at home using the Montessori method ePub

eBook Montessori at home: A complete guide to teaching your preschooler at home using the Montessori method ePub

by Heidi Anne Spietz

  • ISBN: 0929487001
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Heidi Anne Spietz
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: American Montessori Consulting; Ex-library edition (1988)
  • Pages: 114
  • ePub book: 1528 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1740 kb
  • Other: mbr doc azw txt
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 142

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Montessori at Home is a terrific book providing a complete guide for the beginning parent who wants to provide Montessori curriculum for their preschooler. The lessons and instructions are clear cut and complete.

Montessori at Home is a terrific book providing a complete guide for the beginning parent who wants to provide Montessori curriculum for their preschooler. The author, Heidi Spietz, presents an organized series of lessons to help children prepare for either a homeschool or public school kindergarten. This flexibility is wonderful for the parent who really hasn't decided which way to go. The parent doesn't need to invest a fortune in learning materials

Montessori at Home book. Montessori at Home, a unique parenting book written by Heidi Anne Spietz, can be an extremely helpful tool for parents of children from 3 to 5 years old. Get A Copy.

Montessori at Home book. The parent doesn't need to invest a fortune in learning materials

How wonderful that you’re using Montessori methods to teach math! I can’t think of a better way for a child to truly understand math concepts.

Spietz, Heidi Anne, 1954-. American Montessori Consulting. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; ctlibrary; china; americana. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

For parents wishing to use the Montessori method as their home schooling curriculum for children through the age of 12, this book offers concise yet complete information for designing the lesson plans and presenting the lesson

ISBN 10: 0929487710 ISBN 13: 9780929487717. Publisher: Amer Montessori Consulting, 2005. For parents wishing to use the Montessori method as their home schooling curriculum for children through the age of 12, this book offers concise yet complete information for designing the lesson plans and presenting the lesson.

In this article, three of the books that I have authored - Montessori at Home: A Complete Guide to Teaching Your Preschooler at Home Using the Montessori Method, Modern Montessori at Home: A Creative Teaching Guide for Parents of Children Six through Nine Years of Age and Modern Montessori at Home II: A Creative Teaching Guide for Parents of Children 10 through 12 Years. were initially in favor of using the Montessori method of teaching at home, found that they were encountering some obstacles.

More recently, Montessori teacher Heidi Spietz has authored several books for homeschooling parents, including Montessori at Home: A Complete Guide to Teaching Your Preschooler at Home Using the Montessori Method. She also has several books that address homeschooling with Montessori in the elementary years, a topic that generally doesn't receive as much attention as the preschool years. Other notable Montessori homeschoolers include Jim and Susan Stephenson of Michael Olaf. Here's what their son Michael has to say about being homeschooled with Montessori

Welcome to Montessori Album! Happy 2020! In addition to the free materials here, please consider my new store Phonics and Stuff at Teachers Pay Teachers for additional . Modern Montessori at Home by Heidi Anne Spietz. Modern Montessori at Home II by Heidi Anne Spietz.

Welcome to Montessori Album! Happy 2020! In addition to the free materials here, please consider my new store Phonics and Stuff at Teachers Pay Teachers for additional educational items. Thanks! Find videos here, and other publications after the books. For children's literature see Children's Books in a Montessori Classroom. Montessori Resources by Heidi Anne Spietz. Maria Montessori: Her Life and Work by E. M. Standing. A Guide to the Montessori Method by Ellen Yale Stevens. Theories of Development by William Crain.

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Comments

Garr Garr
I have been employed for the past nineteen years as an ECE instructor, preparing students to teach in a daycare or preschool environment. The students are required to take basic child psychology courses. We discuss many educators who have different philosophies like Steiner, Waldorf and Montessori. One of the books I recommend to my students is Montessori at Home. The author Heidi Spietz presents a clear understanding of the Montessori approach. Spietz begins by explaining how Montessori can be included in the school or home environment. She discusses what a Montessori environment is like. Spietz mentions how a chapel is sometimes part of the Montessori environment. Maria Montessori wrote about the children's chapel in her book called The Child in the Church. On page 34 of that book, Maria discussed how a separate room could be used to present lessons about the Christian religion. Maria proceeded to give specific suggestions of what to have in the chapel. Spietz illustrates on pages 6 through 8 of Montessori at Home Maria's suggestions for those wishing to include a chapel in their school.
Spietz also mentions on page 8 of Montessori at Home how the chapel is absent in other schools. She emphasizes that there is diversity in our culture and the schools represent this diversity. Spietz mentions that the Montessori school may also represent a Jewish or even secular environment.
Spietz then discusses how other rooms are created. She gives suggestions on how to design a science room, for instance. Spietz emphasizes the importance of the environment for teaching different subject matter.
The book is concise and clear in its presentation. Students learn how to present the Montessori lessons about colors, letters, numbers, geometrical shapes plus the practical life, beginning phonics, writing, math, and even some simple lessons in foreign language.
I have used Montessori at Home for the past eight years, and my students have had very favorable comments when discussing this book with me.
NI_Rak NI_Rak
Heidi Anne Spietz offers a review of the basic tenets of a Montessori education, then offers very concrete examples of how to carry out such an education for children from ages three to six. She provides ways to make Montessori materials, integrate practical life skills, observe the world, and teach numbers, letters, shapes and geography. This is a very useful book for those homeschooling a preschooler!
Trex Trex
At the time of its publication, this book was one of the only resources for parents on doing Montessori style activities at home. There are far better resources now on Amazon, a very thorough eBook at another site, and first hand accounts and a universe of ideas on hundreds of mom blogs. Search Montessori at home and look around.
Joony Joony
I purchased this book several years ago to be used teach my foster children. Many of these children have come from disadvantaged environments and needed the stimulation of some of the ideas offered in this book.
The book was recommended to me by a friend who was a former teacher and had used it in the classroom. The book teaches social graces, practical life exercises to help with coordination and self confidence. The exercises are easy to prepare and understand.
The book also includes many fun activities to get the children ready for reading, spelling, math, and so many other subjects they will be learning in school. Some of these children have suffered from ADD and other factors that obstructed learning. The lessons given in this book were used to help these children and to my amazement they calmly sat and worked in solitude very content in learning different skills. They felt so proud when they would accomplish their goals.
The foster children that I have worked with desperately needed a head start and this book more than provided this for them. I have loaned this book to many of my friends and each has enthused about the contents.
In my opinion, this book is one of the most practical, easy to understand books out there on the market for parents looking for a good start to educate their little ones.
Wymefw Wymefw
The Montessori curriculum has been used around the world for many years and the simplicity and ingenuity of its creator Maria Montessori has been used by many eduators from all walks of life. Montessori at Home is a terrific book providing a complete guide for the beginning parent who wants to provide Montessori curriculum for their preschooler. The lessons and instructions are clear cut and complete.
The author, Heidi Spietz, presents an organized series of lessons to help children prepare for either a homeschool or public school kindergarten. This flexibility is wonderful for the parent who really hasn't decided which way to go.
The parent doesn't need to invest a fortune in learning materials. They can make the apparatus and present the lessons right in the comfort of their home. I have even recommended the book to parents whose children are having problems in the areas of beginning math and phonics. The spelling exercises and games illustrated in this book are especially useful for beginning phonics and reading.
I have worked as a kindergarten teacher for tweleve years, use Montessori in the classroom, and have seen many students enter the doors really unprepared for the learning adventure that lies ahead.
This book could help parents ensure that their children have the necessary life skills as well as beginning phonics and math skills to feel more at home during their entry into kindergarten.
By using this book as a guide, the parents can spend the months before that first big day of kindergarten making sure that their child is ready to enjoy all school has to offer. I would imagine that the book would be a wonderful guide for the undecided homeschooling parent by helping to determine if the parent and child will work good together. The author has some really neat ideas, and I have used the ideas from this book to help children who need individualized attention in phonics and math.