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How to Raise an Amazing Child

The Montessori Way ~ Second Edition

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Small children want to be part of your world. For them, work is every bit as much fun as play if they are given the chance to do it.

A favorite! This book covers the period of growth and intellectual development from birth to six years and is packed with practical activities that support every stage of development.

A beautiful book to browse, fabulous photos and real-world examples illustrate tangible steps parents can take to bring core Montessori concepts into the home.

Author Tim Seldin, President of the Montessori Foundation, successfully combines theory and practice in a joyful and supportive tone. It’s sure to inspire in parents a deeper understanding of their children and further confidence in the Montessori method.

Chapters include: Why Montessori?, Discovery Through the Senses, Let Me Do It, Keeping the Peace, Exploring the Wider World, and The Best Time to Learn.

This edition has new sections including “How a child’s brain develops”, “Finding a common parenting style”, “Coping with family change”, “Managing screen time” and more.

Includes an index by activity and a detailed topic index, as well as websites and resources. Paperback, 208 pages.

Please note: This new edition because available after the printing of our 2017 catalogs. We apologize for any confusion this may cause. Customers ordering after September 14, 2017 will receive this version. The open spreads shown here are from the first edition. The content is similar but it is formatted differently. We will update these images as soon as possible.

Item No. Product Name Price Qty
R58 How to Raise an Amazing Child - The Montessori Way ~ Second Edition
Made in CHINA
$19.95
41 In Stock

How to Raise an Amazing Child

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