Paula Polk Lillard and Lynn Lillard Jessen. The authors provide parental guidance for the establishment of an environment to aid in the development of focus and concentration. 259 pp, soft cover, 2003 edition.
Silvana Montanaro, MD. The importance of education in the fi rst 3 years of life to reach a high level of emotional, intellectual and moral integration. 166 pp, soft cover, 1991 edition.
A favorite of parents, teachers, birth educators, infant and toddler specialists, around the world. Montessori ideas for raising and educating children from birth to age three. Introduction by Silvana Montanaro, MD, and author of "Understanding the Human Being." 281 pages, 160 black & white pictures.
Michael & D’Neil Duffy. Cosmic Education introduces elementary age children to the universal values that can save us from wars and planetary destruction. 197 pp, soft cover, 2002 edition.
A favorite of parents and teachers around the world. Montessori ideas for raising and educating children from age 3 to 12 and older. 170 pages, 40 black and white illustrations.
Based on Dr. Montessori’s lectures during her first course in India in 1939. This book, in two volumes, explores the Montessori approach to the education of children between 3 and 6 years of age. Kalakshetra: 249 pp, hard cover, 1994 edition.Nienhuis Montessori Material
Based on Dr. Montessori’s lectures during her first course in India in 1939. A good book to explore the Montessori approach to the education of children between 3 and 6 years of age.Kalakshetra: 320 pp, hard cover, 1998 edition.
Tim Seldin and Paul Epstein, Ph.D. A comprehensive introduction to the philosophy and approach practiced in Montessori schools. For parents, educators and anyone looking for an explanation of Montessori education. Pages 272
History and Geography curriculum book for the young learner. Ages 2.5-8. Also contains an overview of the history and philosophy of Dr Maria Montessori. A must have for any primary director/directress or student of Montessori. 160 pp, soft cover, 2004 edition
Montessori Madness! A parent to parent argument for Montessori education. The author (Trevor Eissler) uses lots of personal anecdotes and examples from his observations in a Montessori classroom to explain the Montessori principles and how they are used in Montessori education. Recommended for any parent interested in or wondering about Montessori. 242...
Carol Guy-James Barratt. Written to accompany and improve the practical formation of Montessori preschool teachers working with children 2 to 6 years of age. The book also facilitates parents’ comprehension of their children’s activities with Montessori material. 281 pages
Do you want self-responsible learners? Do you want self-motivated students who have developed an internal standard of excellence? Do you want to help students develop an “I Can” stance towards life? Do you want to help them learn to be solution oriented and personally empowered? Do you care if your students learn about integrity, respect, honesty,...
Book to adapt your home to the montessori method. An illustrated approach of how adults and children can live together harmoniously while maintaining different goals for development. Each lesson has nicely drawn illustrations. The lessons have suggested dialogue and discussions.Patricia Oriti, Edited by David Kahn. • 27 pp, soft cover, 1994 edition.
Jean K. Miller, Ph.D. Illustrated handbook with detailed instructions for sensorial presentations and notation introduction
The Story Of The King Of Peace is an inspiring story that explains the relationship between the Pink Tower and the Trinomial Cube. Even though the child already knows these materials from their primary years, this story will entice the elementary child to learn about the mathematical relations between these materials.+6
This book contains descriptions of the Montessori math materials, and explanations of how the children using them learn math while stimulating every area of their developing minds. This resource will also give parents, teachers, and administrators a grasp of how these materials enhance thinking, problem solving, and brain development and prepare children...
E.L. Galvin. Provides an extensive science curriculum for the Montessori early childhood classroom. Includes comprehensive introduction with integration and assessment details. 70 science lesson activities are presented with monthly scheduling suggestions.156 pp, soft cover,
A book for use with the Geometric Cabinet and The Geometric Cabinet Activity Set. Coil bound, plastic pages.
Based on the Montessori approach, presents a complete zoology nomenclature.68 pp, soft cover, 1995 edition.