Freedom of Movement: What Is It, and Why Is It So Important?

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Join us for a webinar with Laura Kalama on infant and toddler development and how to support at home using Montessori principles.

Freedom of Movement: What Is It, and Why Is It So Important?
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
10 am PT / 11 am MT / 12 pm CT / 1 pm ET
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Key Takeaways:
-What is freedom of movement, and why is it so important?  
-Learn techniques to support emerging gross motor skills in infants.  
-Assist toddlers in their need for physical activity and the desire for independence.  
-How to prepare a home environment that supports this development.

Presenter

Laura Kalama is passionate about her work with young children and applying Montessori principles from infancy. After receiving a BA in Music Education, she spent over 15 years working with infants and toddlers. Laura joined the Prepared Montessorian Institute as a Junior Trainer and Coach and enjoys assisting new guides in their Montessori journey.

Webinar Series

Guidepost Montessori is hosting a series of free webinars on Montessori, child development, relevant research, and parenting topics! Whether you're a parent interested in learning more about Montessori education, a prospective or enrolled family looking to connect with our larger community, a Montessori practitioner, or a parent interested in how to incorporate Montessori principles at home, we'd love for you to join us!

Guidepost Montessori is a a global network of schools serving 3,500+ families with early education programs, including Emergency Care for Essential Workers (ECEW) during the COVID-19 crisis. Looking for more free content? Download Guidepost Parent from the App Store for personalized Montessori inspiration and activities.

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