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Life’s Three-Period Lesson

In the Montessori Three-Period Lesson, a child learns a new concept, then practices the concept, and finally shares their new knowledge.  I’ve been a Montessori guide for 12 years, a Montessori mom for eight, and a Montessori homeschooling parent for two.  During my “first period” I earned two AMI diplomas, a Master’s degree, and certifications in Positive Discipline and Orff Music.  During my “second period”, I honed my Montessori practice working with children and parents in schools and homes (including my own). I now find myself ready to embark on the “third period” of my journey: Sharing my hard-earned knowledge with others.

I’m up every morning at 5 A.M., coffee in hand, developing the new Mainly Montessori website. That’s where you’ll find my blog from now on, but you’ll also find The Montessori Homeschool Hub, an inspiring online membership community for homeschooling parents who want to understand and apply Montessori. I want to offer a clear roadmap that provides clarity and confidence for the homeschool journey.

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I hope you’ll continue to follow my musings and experiences on my new website.  And if you’re a parent who’s interested in bringing Montessori into your home in simple yet powerful ways, then please join my waitlist so you can be the first to know when membership enrollment opens.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for coming this far with me; I look forward to the next phase of our journey.

2 thoughts on “Life’s Three-Period Lesson”

  1. I am impressed and yet it does not surprise me coming from you. Well done my friend. Just yesterday I sent someone your way as they were wanting elementary Montessori homeschooling guidance 😉

    So happy for you!

    Looking forward to seeing this grow.

    Love you, Jeanne-Marie ___________________

    Jeanne-Marie Paynel M.Ed. Your Parenting Mentor 858-736-7692 | jenny@voilamontessori.com http://www.jeannemariepaynel.com | Skype: jpaynel | Podcast: The Art of Parenting

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    1. Merci, my friend. 🙂 It’s like birthing a baby, while juggling two other kids at home. But it’s exciting and I look forward to sharing more about it!

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