Montessori Monday

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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I have fun publishing Montessori-inspired posts using free printables at PreK + K Sharing on the 15th of each month. I’ve been doing it since December 15, 2011. I share free printables for a unit study or seasonal or holiday theme along with Montessori-inspired activities I create using the

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It’s the 15th of the month, and I have a new post at PreK + K Sharing … with some fun Christmas activities using free gingerbread printables! Here, I’m sharing the links to lots of free gingerbread printables for preschoolers through 1st graders (and sometimes older). At PreK +

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It’s been a year since my eBook Montessori at Home or School: How to Teach Grace and Courtesy was published. I’m happy today to share a free grace and courtesy printable created by a very sweet blogger, Carolyn Wilhelm from Wise Owl Factory. The free printable manners cards can

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I’ve always loved preparing holiday-themed educational activities. Today, I’m sharing some fun Montessori-inspired Christmas activities I prepared using Spielgaben educational toys and free printables I found online. For one of the activities, I created free printables. This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Spielgaben. All

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If you’re a Montessori homeschooler, you might like to buy special gifts of Montessori materials for your homeschool. Or, grandparents might like to buy a gift for your homeschool. Today, I’ll share my gift guide with ideas of Montessori materials and Montessori-friendly products that would be helpful for Montessori

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I love non-scary learning activities for Halloween. Today, I want to share my posts with fun, non-scary activities that work well for Montessori-inspired Halloween themes and parties in the classroom or at home. Halloween Activities for Montessori-Inspired Themes and Parties Montessori-Inspired Pumpkin Activities Homeschool Halloween Montessori-Inspired Pumpkin Unit 25+

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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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If you’re a Montessori teacher, preschool teacher, or homeschooler looking for free and inexpensive Montessori materials for your classroom, I have lots of amazing resources for you. In case you might have missed one or more, I’m sharing some of the main posts here. Not all of the materials

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I published a roundup post earlier this year with Montessori-inspired sewing activities. Today, I’m focusing on Montessori-inspired knitting activities. Sewing and knitting are both wonderful practical life activities for advanced preschoolers as well as older children. They help develop concentration and independence as well as fine-motor coordination. Here are

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Mystery bags are typically popular sensorial materials in Montessori schools and homeschools. They’re often used with geometric solids, but I love that they can be used for many different activities. They’re a great way to add interest to many sensorial activities. Today, I’m sharing a number of ideas for

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