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Here's a simple technique to teach even toddlers to stop interrupting. And you can be respectful of kids' needs and feelings at the same time. This technique used by many Montessori teachers works well for both parents and teachers. Post contains YouTube video and the Montessori Monday linky collection.

Simple Way to Teach Kids to Stop Interrupting

Simple Way to Teach Kids to Stop Interrupting {Montessori Monday} - Living Montessori Now

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If you want children to keep their feet on the ground, put some responsibility on their shoulders. -Abigail Van Buren Love this quote. so very true!

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