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Schools around the world have closed their doors and as a parent of a child who attends a Montessori school or a homeschooling parent who is interested in incorporating fundamental Montessori principles into your practice, you may be feeling a little overwhelmed. The Coronavirus Survival Guide delivers a pathway for your family to not only survive, but to thrive while prac Schools around the world have closed their doors and as a parent of a child who attends a Montessori school or a homeschooling parent who is interested in incorporating fundamental Montessori principles into your practice, you may be feeling a little overwhelmed. The Coronavirus Survival Guide delivers a pathway for your family to not only survive, but to thrive while practicing social distancing. With some essential information about the developmental needs of your child, a few simple tweaks to your home and schedule, and a dash of confidence, you can get through an extended school closure and come out the other side stronger and happier than ever! 10 contributing writers with over 200 years of collective experience as trained Montessori educators, parents, and school leaders, deliver a path of wisdom to optimally support you and your children from birth through adolescence, thriving during extended school closures. After reading Montessori Parent Coronavirus Survival Guide you will know how to: -Talk to your children about the coronavirus pandemic -Balance your needs as an adult with the needs of your children -Manage sibling conflicts -Meet the needs of children of differing ages with a clear, consistent approach geared to their development and interests -Feel confident your expectations of and for your child are developmentally appropriate -Establish and maintain new routines without stress -Create age- and interest-appropriate spaces in your family home without having to buy a thing! -Offer a variety of easy-to-implement activities for every age -Talk with your child to reduce their resistance and gain their cooperation Most importantly, you will have the tools and inspiration to build and maintain your connection with your child during this unprecedented time in their lives. Contributing Writers: The Toddler Years -Laure LeClair -Skye Dodson -Stacey Bartley The Preschool Years -Jana Morgan Herman -Sara Bloomberg -Deepa Shreekuma The Elementary Years -Letty Rising -Kristen Richter The Adolescent Years -Kyle Herman Coordinators -Seemi Abdullah -Tammy Oesting -D. Ann Williams


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Schools around the world have closed their doors and as a parent of a child who attends a Montessori school or a homeschooling parent who is interested in incorporating fundamental Montessori principles into your practice, you may be feeling a little overwhelmed. The Coronavirus Survival Guide delivers a pathway for your family to not only survive, but to thrive while prac Schools around the world have closed their doors and as a parent of a child who attends a Montessori school or a homeschooling parent who is interested in incorporating fundamental Montessori principles into your practice, you may be feeling a little overwhelmed. The Coronavirus Survival Guide delivers a pathway for your family to not only survive, but to thrive while practicing social distancing. With some essential information about the developmental needs of your child, a few simple tweaks to your home and schedule, and a dash of confidence, you can get through an extended school closure and come out the other side stronger and happier than ever! 10 contributing writers with over 200 years of collective experience as trained Montessori educators, parents, and school leaders, deliver a path of wisdom to optimally support you and your children from birth through adolescence, thriving during extended school closures. After reading Montessori Parent Coronavirus Survival Guide you will know how to: -Talk to your children about the coronavirus pandemic -Balance your needs as an adult with the needs of your children -Manage sibling conflicts -Meet the needs of children of differing ages with a clear, consistent approach geared to their development and interests -Feel confident your expectations of and for your child are developmentally appropriate -Establish and maintain new routines without stress -Create age- and interest-appropriate spaces in your family home without having to buy a thing! -Offer a variety of easy-to-implement activities for every age -Talk with your child to reduce their resistance and gain their cooperation Most importantly, you will have the tools and inspiration to build and maintain your connection with your child during this unprecedented time in their lives. Contributing Writers: The Toddler Years -Laure LeClair -Skye Dodson -Stacey Bartley The Preschool Years -Jana Morgan Herman -Sara Bloomberg -Deepa Shreekuma The Elementary Years -Letty Rising -Kristen Richter The Adolescent Years -Kyle Herman Coordinators -Seemi Abdullah -Tammy Oesting -D. Ann Williams

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Alison

    Kids are back in school part time but this still has a lot of helpful and practical guidance on creating a supportive home environment with established boundaries while we are all home a lot of the time.

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    Heather Weis

    This was such a helpful and comforting book. It provided insight while being incredibly realistic and understanding of the parent's reality. Definitely worth your time! This was such a helpful and comforting book. It provided insight while being incredibly realistic and understanding of the parent's reality. Definitely worth your time!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ellen Smith

    Great resource for suddenly homeschooling Great resource for parents who are homeschooling/overseeing virtual learning due to COVID. It was especially helpful to see the suggestions for managing the sudden transition and simplifying the set-up of the home classroom space.

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