Since making the decision to home school my children, currently ages one and three, I have been researching various methods of home schooling. Over the next few weeks, I’d like to share with you some of the benefits I’ve seen in each of those methods. If you are considering home schooling, this may help you decide where to start. If you are already home schooling, this may provide you with some ideas to enhance what’s working well for you or re-work something that’s been a struggle. To see all posts in this series, please click the tag “home schooling methods.”
The best resources for learning about Montessori’s method are books by Montessori herself. These may be available through your public library, but I found they were not through mine, so below I’ve linked to a few of her books on Amazon. The Kindle version of her handbook is currently free.
Additionally, you can check out some great information and beautifully made Montessori materials at: