Montessori Elementary

Maria Montessori talked about hands-on materials much more than books. Still, books are very important in any Montessori-friendly home, homeschool classroom, or Montessori classroom. Along with hands-on activities, reading books is one of the best ways to reinforce interest-led learning and a love of learning in general. And there’s

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Many of the Montessori preschool albums and materials can work through early elementary, especially to age 7 or 8, in a homeschool. For Montessori elementary teachers and homeschoolers looking for specific 6-9 and 9-12 Montessori elementary materials, here are some helpful free Montessori elementary resources. Free Montessori Elementary Albums

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It’s exciting that I’m asked more and more often about Montessori elementary as many of the Montessori homeschool preschoolers and Montessori primary-school students reach elementary age. Along with my regular posts, I’ll be publishing a series of posts over the next few weeks with information about Montessori elementary. Although

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Spring is a great time to focus on farm animals and activities. The Montessori grammar farm is a fun, hands-on way to use a farm theme to introduce grammar to preschoolers. The photo from Counting Coconuts shows a lovely example of a grammar farm. Counting Coconuts gives ideas and

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