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A MONTESSORI WALL DECORATION

It’s scarce, but it happens that children see your pretty white living room walls as an opportunity to draw pictures. In short, smearing on the walls appeals to children because they don’t yet cognize that it shouldn’t be. The decor of your bedroom can be a good alternative. You anticipate his desire to scribble everywhere, offering him a space made to draw. We can obviously think of slate paint or whiteboard paint. But this is not the only way to adapt the bedroom decor to the artistic spirit of your toddler. From the moment he learns more or less how to hold a pencil in his hands, you are going to have a collection of impressive drawings. To decorate the room, glue picture frames on the walls, empty and colored frames, at the height of your children. He can himself hang the drawings in the frames with fixed paste.
In another vein, at 4 or 5 years ancient, your child does not yet have the notion of geography. And yet he will learn at school that there are animals that inspire dreams all over the world. Anyway, one of the bedroom walls can turn into a giant, interactive planisphere. In each country/continent he can place the animals that match. And when he learns to read, we can replace the animals with the names of countries. There are plenty of decorative planispheres. You just need to place pieces of scratch stickers on it for your child to play easily.

On the Side of Montessori Rooms

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ADAPTED GAMES AVAILABLE FOR CHILDREN

Speaking of games, the children’s room is often space for them to play and learn. In the Montessori spirit, everything is linked to education, whether it is decoration or games. Tidying up becomes a game. Making pairs of socks becomes a game. Playing becomes a game. And without them realizing it, they learn. But it’s not enough to give them something to play and learn, if everything is stored above the cupboard, it is imperative that the games are available to your child so that he can access them freely. Depending on his age, the toys will be stored on the floor, on a shelf at his size, under the bed (if they are light and simple to pull). We are not specialized in Montessori education, so we have a difficult time giving you ideas about the types of games to propose your children. There are some pretty damn good sites dedicated to that. We just remind here that the bedroom is a space that must be adapted to your child.

A MONTESSORI ROOM FOR OLDER CHILDREN

Even though we often talk about Montessori rooms for the small ones, it is quite possible to adapt the Montessori principles to older children – by that we mean children of 10 years or more. (This makes usthink that we should devote an article to Montessori rooms for teenagers, there too, there is potential!) Anyway, even if your child is grown up, he can have an adapted room that will allow him to be independent and to learn. When the children are older, what is interesting is that we can inquire them questions about the layout of their room. What colors do they like? In what color do they feel soothed? Or on the contrary, does it make them want to learn? What are their areas of interest? Do’ do they like planets and stars? Do they prefer fashion? Don’t they actually like animals more? We can also inquire them in which daily tasks they feel comfortable? Do they want to dress alone? Do they easily find what they are looking for to dress? Would they like to be able to organize their wardrobe however they want? In short, you have understood it, before embarking on the design of a Montessori room for the older ones, it is necessary to take an interest in your child and his tastes. do they want to dress alone? Do they easily find what they are looking for to dress? Would they like to be able to organize their wardrobe however they want? In short, you have understood it, before embarking on the design of a Montessori room for the older ones, it is necessary to take an interest in your child and his tastes. do they want to dress alone? Do they easily find what they are looking for to dress? Would they like to be able to organize their wardrobe however they want? In short, you have understood it, before embarking on the design of a Montessori room for the older ones, it is necessary to take an interest in your child and his tastes.
Even in the design of the room, your child can help. Involving him in the work, even if it is only ten minutes from time to time, will give him a particular feeling of satisfaction when he takes possession of his room. He will be able to explicate to his grandparents how he helped you lay parquet (even if in the end, he just passed the nails on you). He can tell his friends that he painted the room himself – at least up to his waist. To find out, this will perhaps awaken a vocation for his professional life!

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