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Presentation of the new🎨 School of Montessori Art in Malaga

Last 11th Sonia G Caballero presented the New 🎨  Montessori Art School and her 📕  book APANESE ART and CULTURE to CHILDREN.Vol.I  at the Maria Montessori International Center in Malaga, organized by the Montessori Association and Montessori Art School.     The event was organized by the new 🎨 Montessori Art School and the Montessori

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The Influence of Japanese Art and Culture on Montessori Education

Sonia G Caballero participates along with almost thirty experts in the third edition. “Montessori in the World. Another education is possible.”         A meeting place where almost thirty experts from around the world will talk about different topics related to education and especially Montessori pedagogy. The speakers will share their know-how, as

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サマーワークショップ: 1-木製スタンプまたは 2-ゴム製スタンプ

New 🎨 MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF ART Sonia G Caballero

SONIA G CABALLERO’S MONTESSORI ART SCHOOL. The first 𝐌𝐨𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐬𝐬𝐨𝐫𝐢 Art School in the World founded by Sonia G Caballero.     After the publication of the book📕Japanese Art & Culture for Children. Vol. I, which in just eight months, since its first edition, has already sold more than 1,500 copies. And the recent opening of

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KOTODAMA 言霊, MY NEW BOOK

KOTODAMA 言霊. The Heart of Japan, Art and Culture. KOTODAMA 言霊. The Word has Life. The Word has Soul… Thus begins the chapter in which this expression of power is explained. Concentrate ki 気 and make a sentence of the word to be fulfilled. That is the power of KOTODAMA. There are many books written about Japanese

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ORIGAMI | 折り紙

HOW IMPORTANT IS THE CULTURE OF PAPER AND ORIGAMI? I remember an occasion while my children and I were waiting for our turn in the waiting room of a hospital, a very nice elderly man came up to us and began to make birds out of newspaper and gave them to the children. The skill and

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New Course: FUN MATHS / Geometry Polyhedrons with Origami

SERIE: JAPANESE ART and CULTURE for CHILDREN / Fun education/ Courses.   A practical way of using origami to learn mathematics in a fun and playful way is carried out in some schools in Japan, where children learn the main geometric polyhedral figures with origami. The children, after making all the figures and creating all

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KINTSUGI | 金継ぎ

THE ART OF BEAUTIFYING DAMAGE, AN ANCESTRAL JAPANESE TECHNIQUE FOR “REPAIRING WITH GOLD”      The story goes that at the end of the 15th century, during the Ashikaga shogunate, the shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa sent some tea cups to China to repair them. But he did not like the result, so he asked Japanese craftsmen

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WHEN I GROW UP I WANT TO BE HAPPY!

A very special book 📕where you educate :   JAPANESE ART and CULTURE for CHILDREN. A WALK THROUGH JAPANESE ART | VOl. I The first book that guides the Japanese educational philosophy adapted to children with practical art projects that also promote their creativity and sensitivity. Educate from the heart and that the child live

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SKILLS THAT CHILDREN DEVELOP THROUGH THE ARTS

How the arts develop significant skills for academic success and daily life.   It is a shame to see how art classes are being reduced every year, this school year ,2019-20, with no more than half an hour weekly in public education in some provinces of Spain. The poor training of teachers in ART and the current

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SHIKI | 四季

BEAUTY IN THE FOUR SEASONS. THE COLOR OF JAPAN It is fascinating to see the enormous importance of nature in all of Japanese culture. Not only in art, but also in fashion, commerce, gastronomy and everyday life. We find Sakura flowers 桜 in spring, bamboo 竹 in summer, autumn fruits like kaki or mushrooms and winter

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KUU |空

THE JAPANESE WORD WHERE CREATIVITY HAS NO LIMITS AND EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE.   KUU, the empty but energetic space where imagination can be shown in all its immense possibilities. KUU空 空 (Sky/Empty) KUU, is one of those Japanese words of inexact translation, and that we can apply to an infinity of spaces and elements. I

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