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Knitting is the most common form of handwork available in Montessori classes for very good reasons. It is relatively easy to pick up, but ..read more
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Recently I had a student teacher observing in my class. We had a hectic day and the clean up at the end did not go well at all. When the ..read more
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One of that many wonderful things about the Montessori method is that it celebrates the interconnections of life, nature and the universe. ..read more
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I'm getting ready to start the new school year and will be telling The Story of the History of Wool to my new children next week. The story ..read more
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It's still the summer holidays down here in New Zealand. It's been a scorcher and I have been off enjoying life with my family and ..read more
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One of my students is working on a project on the history of writing implements. She plans to write up each piece of research using the ..read more
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There is so much curriculum-centred handwork going on in my class at the moment, it feels like there has been some kind of explosion! ..read more
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We made soap! This has caused great excitement in our class this week. Soap is one of those things that we rarely stop to think about but ..read more
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Whenever I am working with a new fibre with my students, I get them to think about the science and history that goes with it. Wool holds a ..read more
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As children move into the third plane of development - usually around the age of twelve - they begin to show an interest in participating ..read more

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