The Montessori Silence Game

The Montessori Silence Game is a fabulous way to help kiddos learn about self regulation.  It helps develop concentration and self discipline.  Kiddos also learn the value of silence as they participate in the game, which can be a great thing in this busy world we live in.
The Montessori Silence Game
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The Montessori Silence Game is very simple and can be played at home, school, or outdoors.  There are many variations that you can try out.  To help you understand how the game works, I've collected a number of resources from Montessori homes and schools.  This post also includes children's books about silence to help your child better understand and then apply the concept.
Silence Game

Home

Self Regulation & The Montessori Silence Game from Planting Peas
Montessori Silence Game from Montessori en Casa
The Silence Game in Nature from Montessori Nature
Learn Montessori's Silence Game for Your Home or Classroom from Carrots Are Orange
Exploring our Senses Outdoors (Montessori Silence Game) from The Natural Homeschooler

Silence Game

School

The Montessori Silence Game from Montessori Print Shop
Making Silence Game Variations from Montessori Bloggers Network
Nurturing Quiet from To the Lesson!
Variations on the Montessori Silence Game for Developing Skills from NAMC Montessori Teacher Training Blog
The Silence Game from Montessori Primary Guide

Silence Books

Books

Silence by Lemniscates
The Sound of Silence by Katrina Goldsaito
What Does It Mean To Be Present by Rana DiOrio
Visiting Feelings by Lauren Rubenstein
Take the Time: Mindfulness for Kids by Maud Roegiers
A Handful of Quiet: Happiness in Four Pebbles by Thich Nhat Hanh
The Lemonade Hurricane: A Story of Mindfulness and Meditation by Licia Morelli
Charlotte and the Quiet Place by Deborah Sosin
When I Make Silence by The Parent Child Press

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3 comments:

  1. What a wonderful collection of resources! This is something I have never tried with my son. I look forward to giving it a try :)

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  2. Great book recommendations. Thank you

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  3. These books look wonderful! I am going to check out the one "A Handful of Quiet." :)

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