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

by

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
Sign Up

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.

Related Posts

thanks for your interest!

we'll be in touch soon.

Want to stay in the loop about Guidepost?

  • Enter your info below.
  • Select program(s) of interest.

How did you hear about us?