Montessori Monday

I love watching Montessori in action. Whether you’re a teacher, parent considering Montessori education, or Montessori homeschooler, you’ll find lots of helpful ideas by watching videos from Montessori schools. Montessori: Learning for Life gives a glimpse into a Montessori school and gives tips for parents to follow at home as well.

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I love it when kids prepare a Mother’s Day or Father’s Day breakfast! (A birthday breakfast is wonderful, too!) Whether it’s in bed or at the table, simple or elaborate … it’s awesome! Montessori Food Preparation Activities Food preparation is an important part of Montessori practical life activities. If

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This activity was inspired by MaryAnne from Mama Smiles. She has lots of great ideas for mess-free finger painting. I added a Montessori-inspired color mixing and matching activity to the mess-free finger painting. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links (at no cost to you). Montessori-Inspired Mess-Free Finger Painting and Color

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In Montessori education, practical life (daily living) activities are some of the most important activities. Not only do they help children develop order, concentration, coordination, and independence, but they help children learn to contribute to their families and communities. Today, I’ll be sharing some age-appropriate chores in lists and

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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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Horses are a fun, high-interest topic for many children, and Montessori education has materials that are great for a Montessori-inspired horse unit. Many bloggers have prepared creative Montessori-inspired horse activities as well. Here are Montessori-inspired horse printables and materials along with horse activities for a variety of ages. Disclosure: This

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It’s my 5th blogiversary today! To celebrate, I have a fun post that includes a Montessori practical life cloth washing activity, a feature on the author Laura Ingalls Wilder, a collaborative Booking Across the USA tour, the Montessori Monday linky, and a $50 gift certificate giveaway sponsored by Montessori Services!!!

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Using Montessori principles at home is often easier than you’d expect. Much of Montessori education consists of observing the child and presenting activities based on that observation. Observation of my 17-month-old granddaughter during Easter weekend led me to recycle plastic eggs to create an open and close basket. Disclosure: This post

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I love to create educational activities with plastic Easter eggs because of the interest they add to springtime learning. Today, I’m sharing some fun Montessori-inspired Easter activities I prepared using Spielgaben educational toys and free printables I found online. Spielgaben educational toys are designed for up to age 12, although my

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There are many Montessori-friendly books for babies and toddlers available to purchase. But I think the very best Montessori-friendly books for babies and toddlers are designed by a loved one. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links (at no cost to you). What Are Montessori-Friendly Books for Babies and Toddlers?

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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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You might be wondering if Montessori education is right for your child. The American Montessori Society has an inspiring video with a number of Montessori parents telling their experiences of having a child attend a Montessori school. If you’re wondering about Montessori education for your own child (either in

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I love rainbow activities for St. Patrick’s Day, spring, and rainbow unit studies. Today, I’m sharing some fun Montessori-inspired rainbow activities I prepared using Spielgaben educational toys and free printables I found online. Spielgaben educational toys are designed for up to age 12, although my activities today are for

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I’ve been having fun with a Montessori By Mom toolbox again … this time the Land, Water, Air Toolbox. Montessori land, water, and air activities are important Montessori early geography activities. Following are land, water, air activities that work well at home for multiple ages. Disclosure: I’m a Montessori

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Over the years, Carolyn from The Montessori Learning Center of Dundee in Omaha, Nebraska, has been one of our Montessori Monday participants. Ideas from Dundee Montessori I’ve often been inspired by Carolyn’s beautiful art projects and amazing materials for unit studies. In addition to her Montessori certification, Carolyn has

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The Margaret Homfray free Montessori video lectures are back at Montessori World! Margaret Homfray trained directly with Dr. Montessori and was responsible for re-establishing Montessori education in Great Britain after World War II. Her video lectures are popular as inspiration for Montessori teachers and as guidance for Montessori homeschoolers.

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I’ve always loved preparing valentine activities. Today, I’m sharing some fun Montessori-inspired valentine activities I prepared using Spielgaben educational toys and free printables I found online. This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Spielgaben. All opinions are honest and my own. This post also contains

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