Are you looking to add an accessible water source to your Montessori home? Follow along as Sarah explains her process and download her plans to DIY your own!
Do you ever get that bug to rearrange your living room? Were you on a walk and passed an amazing tag sale piece you just couldn’t pass up and now you need to make room for it in your home? Perhaps you are buying your dream dining room set and it’s time to get the layout right!
All these scenarios are common, and when you have a small child, each of these can disrupt their sense of order…
The prepared environment is the term used in Montessori to describe how each Montessori space is designed to enrich the lives of the people who use the space. SO you may ask, “How do you create a Montessori home?” In a Montessori school, each classroom is specifically designed to appeal to the age range of children in that class (a three year age span in Montessori). In a Montessori home, the family room and kitchen
In my Family Friendly Interiors work, I often encounter families who want to create a playroom just for the children. When I hear this, I strongly urge them to reconsider. A room designated just for toys often goes unused. Children like to be where the action is. They like to be around their parents, even if they are playing parallel to their parents, they like to be near. Humans are social animals and we enjoy
I love to cook, bake, eat…but when it comes to packing lunches for school, I feel like I’m always at a loss. I don’t know if it’s the pressure of creating a balanced, tasty, yet convenient lunch that will travel well and not need too much refrigeration or if its the little part of me that hurts inside when I use a prepackaged food item because I was just not prepared enough or creative enough? I’m sure