Montessori at Home

The Montessori philosophy guides children towards independence, self-discipline, and personal growth by fostering intrinsic motivation, understanding consequences, promoting respectful communication, and encouraging problem-solving skills. Learn more about the Montessori approach to discipline.

Montessori education is a child-centred approach emphasising independence and hands-on learning experiences. If you’re interested in creating a Montessori lesson plan at home for your child, you should keep a few things in mind

Celebrate Valentine's Day with a heartfelt (pun-intended) Montessori activity with the little ones!

Literacy is the ability to read, view, write, speak, and listen in a way that allows us to communicate effectively and to make sense of the world. It is the foundation to all other learning and an essential part of a child’s overall development. Here are a few tips on how you can use books to support your child’s literacy development at home.

During the 2021 lockdown in NSW, VIC, and ACT, Montessori Academy, Australia’s largest Montessori early learning provider, supported absent families by voluntarily waiving gap fees and providing complementary daily online classes for preschool children.

Taking on the Montessori approach at home can be a daunting task. After all, Montessori educators complete extensive training and specialise in interpreting and guiding children's learning based on years of  practice. 

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