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I’ve written a number of posts about two beautiful religious education programs that are Montessori based: Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS) and Godly Play. I truly believe they can make religion come alive for children. I also wrote about How to Add Godly Play to Your Homeschool. Even

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If you want to prepare some Montessori materials for a homeschool or preschool, a sensorial material that can be created easily and inexpensively  is a set of sound cylinders. Last week, I wrote about another great DIY project: DIY Montessori smelling bottles. I had a DIY sound activity as

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If you have a Montessori homeschool classroom or are planning to start one in the fall, you’ve probably been focusing on finding and/or making Montessori materials. A Montessori sensorial material you can make easily and inexpensively for preschoolers at home (or school if you’re a preschool teacher) is a

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Many Montessori schools and homeschools introduce Spanish as well as English activities. Great times to place an extra emphasis on learning the Spanish language and introduction information about Mexico are Cinco de Mayo (May 5) and Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15). Although many of the Spanish-speaking Montessori bloggers

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Earlier this month, I wrote about free homeschooling sites and resources. I was especially emphasizing unit studies. I have some more resources that I simply must share with you. These resources offer more free help for your unit studies. We used KONOS unit studies during elementary and high school. KONOS is absolutely

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