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Teach Me to Do It Myself Based on the key Montessori principle that children learn best through active experience, "Teach Me to Do It Myself" presents simple activities through which children explore and develop their skills. These skill areas include sensory perceptions, body coordination, language, understanding of numbers, and movement. This practical, color-illustrated parenting book is filled with activities and inst... Full description

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Thank you! Son is finally allowing teeth and hair brushing! 23 mai 2017
Par ScotFlower - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Most of the complaints for this book is that everything is simple or "no brainer" therefore who needs a book on the topic... Well my response is this: So what if the ideas in here are simple? Even someone like me who is an educator can struggle to teach simple things to my own child because I am not an expert doing it in the right way. For example: My son HATES to have his hair and teeth brushed (age 2). This book taught me what I was doing wrong - I was not letting the child explore and investigate the brushes, watch me brush my own hair and teeth, and then let him brush too in the mirror. Just by using adding a mirror to the wall at my son's height and allowing some self learning, now suddenly my son accepts and even gets excited about teeth brushing and hair brushing. So yes - if its your first child and you don't work with tiny toddler regularly - get this book. I avoided buying this book because of those other reviews and i wrongly thought I would know everything I needed just from the visible table of contents - yeah right! I needed to actually READ this book.

Overall, I should have bought this and read this when my son was born. It is very helpful when its your first child and don't regularly teach toddlers skills.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 My favorite Montessori book, a must-have! 5 juillet 2012
Par M - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I almost didn't get this book because of all the reviews saying it's recommended for ages 3-5. However they had this at my local library, so I was able to check it out and look through it. There are PLENTY of activities you can do with a 2 year old! Hand washing, hair brushing, brushing teeth, velcro-ing shoes, putting on a coat, talking about different textures, different smells, pouring beans, bead threading, simple color or shape matching just to name a few. These are already activities my 2 year old enjoys doing (with a little help). The pictures and illustrations are in color, the instructions are easy to follow, and the activities build on each other as you go through.

I've read 3 other Montessori books- "Montessori Play and Learn," "How To Raise An Amazing Child the Montessori Way," and "Help your Preschooler Build a Better Brain." Of the four this is hands-down my favorite because it's so easy to follow and implement, there are tons of ideas, and the design/layout is very appealing. I've now bought my own copy!
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Common sense stuff 4 septembre 2015
Par DogMommy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I had high hopes of this book but found many are common sense stuff that we teach our kids regardless whether it's Montessori or not. I think if you know the principles of the Montessori method this book is not necessary. I even couldn't find a used version of this book and feel wasted my money.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Well organized, a wealth of information! 30 janvier 2010
Par Lisa Nolan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The Introduction includes: a Preface; "Who was Montessori"; "How to use this book"; and "Frequently asked questions" (seven in all).

There are five chapters with activities you can do at home or in a classroom setting: "Life skills, Developing the senses, Language development, Numeracy skills," and "Science skills."

Each activity has a picture, a numbered list of directions, a list of "You will need," and "Other activities to try." Most activities include a "Tip box," a "Word activity" (language), and a "Safety Point."

In the back of the book are worksheets to use (copy) for making several of the activities shown in the book.

The "Life skills" chapter includes: activities for personal hygiene, dressing, polishing, pouring, spooning, tonging, open close, threading, weaving, sewing cards, and cutting.

The "Developing the senses" chapter includes: activities for exploring textures and objects and learning about shape, size, height, length, color, sound, smell, and taste.

The "Language development" chapter includes: guidelines to help you select books for your child and guidelines for reading to your child; activities for word play, phonics and learning the letters of the alphabet, word building (Moveable Alphabet), and picture cards (Reading Tablets); making phrases, sentences, a diary, a book, a family tree, and a picture poem.

The "Numeracy skills" chapter includes: sorting, counting and learning numbers one to ten, number sequencing, simple addition and subtraction, introducing money, and number songs.

The "Science skills" chapter includes: leaf collecting, flower puzzle, planting, understanding volume, float and sink, the weather, geography including globe and map and land forms, mixing colors, and baking.

Worksheets (in the back of the book) for several of the activities shown in the book:

*Learning height and length (similar to the Number Rods). Make color copies, enlarge them, cut them out.

*Two-dimensional shapes: geometric shapes, in black outline, of circles, squares, and triangles from largest to smallest. Make a copy and cut out shapes or make two copies for matching shapes.

*Identifying letters: alphabet letters in black and white lower case shown on the line. Make copies and cut out. You can also color them in using red and blue markers or colored pencils for the Moveable Alphabet. You can also enlarge them when you make a copy for making the Sandpaper Letters.

*Word building: black and white cards with pictures and three-letter short vowel phonetic words (six cards for each vowel for a total of 30 cards). Copy and cut them out for a Reading Tablets activity, or your own language creation. You can also color the pictures in (recommended).

*Constructing phrases: a list of articles, adjectives, verbs, and prepositions.

*Make a flower puzzle: black and white drawing of a flower, and its parts in labels.

I give this book five stars out of five. It is well organized, full of information, and easy to understand with nice photos and drawings. The activities are those found in Montessori classrooms and can be duplicated at home. I think it is ideal for ages 2 1/2 to 5.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great if you want to do Montessori 21 juin 2013
Par Mum of 6 {ages 9 and under} - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I first looked into creating a Montessori home and this book has some wonderful tips for teaching your young ones how to do certain things. I really like the Montessori method of teaching independence but I have veered away from teaching my children things that they will be able to do easily when it's age appropriate, and not to spend so many hours trying to teach them something that they'll grasp in a few hours when they're age-able. What do I mean? Tying shoes: I can take weeks and weeks to teach my 4 year old to tie shoe laces, or I can wait til age 6 and teach her in a couple of hours. The book is good for a teaching tool with some great ideas.
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