Montessori Practical Life Curriculum Step 1
This set will give you step-by-step instruction, photos and tips on how to teach your child how to:
- Carry a mat
- Unroll a mat
- Walk around a mat
- Roll a mat
- Pick up a chair
- Put down a chair
- Walk on a straight flat line
- Walk on a straight raised line
- Walk backwards a few steps
- Stand on one foot at a time for a few seconds
- Take steps sideways to the left and to the right
- Sort silverware by shape and size
- Set the table
- Pour water into a glass, vase or container without spilling
It is 15 pages long in digital (PDF downloadable file). I will also include a list of Montessori resources that you might find interesting and very helpful! This is almost $1 per lesson.
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Do you apply Montessori as much as you can in your daily life?
One of the most treasured subjects that Maria Montessori gave to the world was the one that focuses on practical life skills.
In our Montessori Practical Life activities list, you are going to see that some of the activities are very basic, but they are so important because many other more complex activities build on these basic skills.
Montessori Practical Life Curriculum
And the best part is that you will be doing yourself and you child a favor.
As your child grows and gets these basic "step 1" activities well, they will be more successful in life.
We know that the child learns from everything around them, according to their sensitive periods, but deliberately teaching Practical Life lessons is paramount for success.
You'll be happy to hear that the Montessori Practical Life materials that you need are already in your home.
Granted, you might need several in a child's size, but other than that, it is the least expensive Montessori subject.
Montessori teachers will take advantage of this and gather as many materials that are child-sized in thrift stores and such.
It is one of the most important subjects in child development.
Here, we will be talking about where to start with teaching Practical Life activities.
Step one, if you will...
These activities are great to introduce at around 2 or 2.5 years of age.