# Category Archives: Dyslexia, dyspraxia, different children

Each and everyone deserves their own place in school.

## The notion of odd and even numbers

Lire en français The notion of odd and even numbers is taught very early on in a Montessori school. It is a piece of material we use just after the red and blue bars, the rough numbers and the spindle … Continue reading

## What is Montessori?

Lire en français Today, we organized our first “circle” with our high school students. In the presence of our history and geography teacher, who is also our performance administrator, Didier da Silva, our French teacher, Bénédicte Dutrieux and one of … Continue reading

## Written expression

Lire en français It is possible to work on written expression as soon as children learn how to write. Keep in mind that you must always teach concrete before abstract. . This morning, for example, I worked on a description with … Continue reading

## The sensory material

Lire en français In a previous article on the essential material needed in a Montessori nursery class, I wrote about the importance of the material dedicated to “everyday life”. The following article is dedicated to sensory material. The period of … Continue reading

## Teach your child how to count from 20 to 99

Lire en français In a previous article, I showed you how to teach your child how to count from 1 to 9 and then from 10 to19. With this new article, you will know how to teach him how to … Continue reading

## In math, fractions are so easy!

Lire en français Maria Montessori created this very simple material to teach young children what fractions are. 1° What is a fraction? One Show the circle and explain that it is « 1 » because it is « 1 circle » and therefore, it … Continue reading

## A few rules to follow if you want to teach your child how to read

Lire en français As I wrote in previous articles, it is always positive to teach your child how to read before the first grade, despite what most teachers will tell you. With the start of the school year, I receive … Continue reading