Activities – Language

Magnifying glass activities are typically high-interest activities for young children. I love them as a way to reinforce phonics skills. Today, I’m sharing some free magnifying glass phonics printables and activities that can add extra fun to learning phonics skills. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links (at no cost

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Working with real objects is an important way to encourage vocabulary and sensory experiences for toddlers. My 18-month-old granddaughter had a lot of fun with a special vocabulary and sensory experience using real fruit and Montessori toddler fruit cards. Along with real fruit, this activity uses the Montessori Print Shop

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My granddaughter loves both animals and Montessori-inspired vocabulary activities. So I prepared another language activity … this time with animals and silhouettes. Disclosure: I was given a copy of the Montessori Print Shop toddler bundle. This post also contains affiliate links. To prepare this activity, I used the Montessori

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I love the simplicity of the Montessori 3-period lesson for teaching vocabulary and concepts. I’ve been using the 3-period to teach vocabulary to my 15-month old granddaughter, Zoey. I also showed my daughter, Christina, how to use the 3-period lesson. Today, I’m sharing a video I directed of Christina

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It’s the 15th of the month, and I have a new post at PreK + K Sharing. Today, I have some St. Patrick’s Day phonics activities using free St. Patrick’s Day printables! Here, I’m sharing the links to lots of free St. Patrick’s Day printables for preschoolers through 1st

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The Montessori grammar curriculum is truly amazing … a perfect hands-on way for children to understand grammar. Today, I’m sharing a number of traditional Montessori grammar activities and resources as well as some Montessori-inspired grammar activities. There are grammar activities for both 3-6 year olds and elementary-level students. Since

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