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DIY Constructive TrianglesMontessori constructive triangles are brilliant for their hands-on geometry lessons and adaptability for preschool through elementary. At the same time, they’re sensorial materials you can make fairly easily using printables and tutorials found online. Here I’ll include links to printables, tutorials, and ideas for presenting and extending Montessori constructive triangles.

Constructive Triangle Printables

Free Constructive Triangle Templates from Montessori Materials

Free Constructive Triangle Templates from Livable Learning

Free Triangle Stars Printable from Montessori for Everyone

Constructive Triangles and Other Triangle Materials available free or inexpensively from Montessori Print Shop

DIY Constructive Triangles

DIY Constructive Triangles (Photo from Montessori MOMents)

DIY Constructive Triangles (Photo from Montessori MOMents)

Montessori MOMents (triangle box made with Montessori Print Shop printable and foam core board)

Shannon’s Sharings (constructive triangles made with Livable Learning printables and craft foam)

What Do We Do All Day? (constructive triangles made with Montessori Materials printable and craft foam)

DIY Constructive Triangles (Photo from Teacher Weena)

DIY Constructive Triangles (Photo from Teacher Weena)

Teacher Weena (magnetic constructive triangles)

Walk Beside Me (magnetic constructive triangles – includes free printable template)

Bringing Joy to Learning (blue triangles box made with Montessori for Everyone printable)

DIY Constructive Triangles (Photo from Making Montessori Ours)

DIY Constructive Triangles (Photo from Making Montessori Ours)

Making Montessori Ours (constructive triangles made with Livable Learning printables and Masonite)

DIY Constructive Triangles (Photo from What DID We Do All Day?)

DIY Constructive Triangles (Photo from What DID We Do All Day?)

What DID We Do All Day? (constructive triangles made with Livable Learning printables and chipboard)

Constructive Triangle Presentations and Extensions

Constructive Triangles from To the Lesson! (video presentation)

Constructive Triangles from Montessori Primary Guide (written and video presentations)

Triangle Stars (Photo from Carrots Are Orange)

Triangle Stars (Photo from Carrots Are Orange)

Intro to Math for Kids {Triangle Stars} from Carrots Are Orange and Introduction to Geometry for Preschoolers by Marnie at Kids Activities Blog.

Constructive Triangles and Tessellation from Walk Beside Me

Geometry posts including lots about tessellations from Teaching from a Tackle Box

Studying Islamic Art with Constructive Triangles from Umamah Learning Academy

More of my Montessori Sensorial Geometry Posts

Montessori Sensorial Activities

DIY Geometric Shapes (including links to presentation and extension ideas)

Inexpensive and DIY Geometric Solids and Extensions (including links to presentation ideas)

Also, see my Montessori Resources page and Homeschool Resources post for links to many other materials and ideas for homeschools and classrooms.

Montessori Monday Link-Up

Montessori MondayIf you have some Montessori activity trays/lessons to share, please link up below. It’s fine to link up a post from your archives – and you may link up anytime during the week! Your post may be any Montessori-inspired activity or idea. It doesn’t need to be related to my Montessori Monday post.

Link up your exact post URL so that we can find your activity if we return to the linky at a later date (which I often do when I’m looking for activities for a roundup post). I publish the Montessori Monday post and linky at 6:00 a.m. EST each Monday and keep the linky open throughout the week.

Please place the Montessori Monday button (using the code from the right sidebar) in your post or put a link back to this post. Let’s use Montessori Monday to gain inspiration/ideas and to encourage each other! If you would leave an encouraging comment on the post linked up ahead of you (along with any other posts you’re drawn to), that would be awesome! Thanks for participating!

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