Helping your kiddo to learn at home isn’t always easy—that is, unless you’re already a trained early childhood educator. Fear not, mamas: Zahra Kassam, entrepreneur, internationally-certified Montessori educator, mom and recent Shark Tank deal winner, wants to help!
Kassam created Monti Kids, an at-home Montessori program made for children from birth through age three. The subscription-based service provides parents and caregivers with new Montessori toys and materials every three months—and it gets even more rad than that, too.
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Along with the toys, you’ll also get guides and short videos that explain how to use these materials with your child. As if that’s not enough, the subscription also gets you personalized support, access to online classes and a private community moderated by internationally-certified Montessori pros! The toys and materials are spread out across eight different levels, depending on your child’s age.
How can you get access to this educational awesomeness? Simply visit the Monti Kids website and click on “Sign Up.” You’ll pay per level; subscriptions start at $297 every three months. While it might seem like a steep cost, the materials, videos, toys and online community are definitely worth it to help your child get the bright start they deserve.
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