Kids Love Montessori Too

Materials that use multi-sensory interaction (things that are fun to touch or sniff) appeal to kids, and why wouldn't they?  They use the powerful principles of learning formulated more than a century ago by the remarkable Dr Maria Montessori.   Who do you know that would benefit from these books? Grandkids?  Nieces or nephews?  Your own kids?  Your church's Sunday School?  An unchurched child in your neighborhood?  Children of a missionary family? 

The multi-sensory Montessori-style SmilesUp cards fascinate people of all ages.

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The real feather give tactile stimulation that arouse curiosity and "awakens" the mind.

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Who can resist the tactile sensation of faux fur and its capacity to enliven the brain?

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Big brother reads aloud.

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"Hey, I can read, too!" says the younger brother. Alzheimer's and dementia patients especially like the over-sized typeface.

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A real stalk of wheat is a surprise, but fits in with the Montessori concepts.

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A gold coin and a card with scratch-n-sniff frankincense both exemplify Montessori principles. Sensory involvement enlivens the brain.

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Who do you know that would benefit from these books?  Grandkids?  Nieces or nephews?  Your own kids?  Your church's Sunday School? An unchurched child in your neighborhood?  Children of a missionary family?