if i could do it over again,
instead of getting a masters in
information and telecommunications systems for business
i would have gone just down the road from
the johns hopkins campus in columbia
to loyola college
and gotten me a masters in education in montessori primary.
i am where i am.
i did it the old school way:
reading and trying it out on my kids.
i’ve read a good majority of the montessori books out there,
especially the ones by maria montessori herself:
below are the few books
that i keep on tap
and reference often:
The Absorbent Mind
by maria montessori
Montessori Read & Write: A Parents’ Guide to Literacy for Children
by lynne lawrence
Montessori from the Start: The Child at Home, from Birth to Age Three
by paula polk lillard and lyn lillard jessen
Teaching Montessori in the Home: The Pre-School Years (Teaching Montessori in the Home)
by elizabeth g. hainstock
Basic Montessori: Learning Activities For Under-Fives
by david gettman
Montessori: The Science behind the Genius
by dr. angeline lillard
can’t wait to find it in the library,
’cause as a homeschooler,
i like to try before i buy.
enjoy and success!