Male international clothing size charts
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Posted by Open on 27th Nov 2014
I'm glad you posted this. It bgirns to mind a question I've had about Montessori. I don't know much about Montessori at all. Why does Montessori have practical life? Why not just have James fold clothes (or any other practical life) with you every day? When does it (if ever) switch from an educational basket to a chore?
Posted by Open on 26th Nov 2014
I'm a Kindergarten teacher. We have a few fbriac floor mates the students can use. It always catches my attention when I see a kid who is very familiar with how to fold a large floor mat. The rest of the kids watch in wonder. It's great the way you describe to your child the step-by-step process of folding. 3YO is not too young to learn folding.
Posted by Elena on 26th Nov 2014
I have found it endlessly inrsteeting in our house that my five year old daughter is naturally untidy, has no interest in these sorts of things. My son however from 9 months was helping to tidy and loved mirroring me when doing chores. He puts his clothes away perfectly, tidies his room and packs all puzzles pieces etc away. He's now two and gets so excited when I let him unpack the dishwasher it's adorable!
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