I already have a post on how to make your own Montessori materials. I’m using this post to organize all the DIY Montessori materials posts I’ve published. I realized I’ve published too many for you to find them easily by using the category or tags in the sidebar.
I’ll be adding to this post whenever I publish a new DIY Montessori materials post. You’ll find resources here for homeschools or schools. There will be a new tab under the “About Montessori” tab at the top of the site with links to some of my main Montessori resource posts.
Photo Credit: Background Photo by Scott Robinson at Flickr Creative Commons.
DIY Practical Life Materials
DIY Sensorial Materials
DIY Language Materials
DIY Math Materials
DIY Cultural Materials
DIY Geography Materials
Montessori-Based Religious Education Materials
Important Montessori Principles to Keep in Mind When Preparing Montessori Materials
More of My Lists with Ideas for Materials
How to Set Up a Montessori Homeschool Classroom has many more links for preparing a classroom.
Montessori Resources Page is filled with links to many of my main Montessori posts.
Should You Use Unit Studies? has a list of the Montessori-inspired unit studies I’ve published. The unit studies contain many themed Montessori-inspired materials.
Good Luck with your material making!
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