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My Confessions of a Montessori Mom podcast

My Confessions of a Montessori Mom Podcast!

My Confessions of a Montessori Mom podcast with me, Lisa Nolan of Montessori for the Earth, offers Montessori tips, advice, and more for parents, homeschoolers, and daycare providers of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and lower elementary children.

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1. Tell stories. Children love bedtime stories. It helps them to relax and fall asleep more easily at night. However, I’ve learned that with my children it can be more fun to TELL stories rather than simply read them. Back when I was in college I used to take an improv acting class. Of course, my child is too young to understand what improv is, but he still understands the “yes, and” part of it. I start off by asking him what he wants to hear a story about. I start the story and pause with a “and then….” for him to continue. We take turns “passing the torch” with our “and then…” until we both feel the story has reached its end. Our stories may not always make that much sense, but... Keep reading here at my sister blog!