Not many of us were very excited about the grammar lessons we had growing up. But it’s natural to be excited about Montessori grammar. Starting out with beautiful hands-on materials, it’s easy for children (and their teachers) to understand and love grammar.
I have some amazing Montessori resources to share with you that will help make grammar lessons a joy for classroom teachers and homeschoolers. There are resources here for advanced preschool through elementary.
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I’ve loved all the materials I’ve used from Every Star Is Different.
Here are the Fabulous Grammar Materials Available from Every Star Is Different:
The materials are designed for preschoolers through elementary-age kids with a pack for each grammar symbol … and more!!! The grammar materials include Intro to Grammar, Noun, Verb, Article, Adjective, Adverb, Pronoun, Conjunction, Preposition, and Interjection Printable Packs – 398 pages of printables!!!
This fall, I’ve started working on grammar with my 5-year-old granddaughter, Zoey. We both had a great time reviewing the materials. I’ve been able to look through all the packs … which are amazing and helpful for so many different levels. Zoey and I just did a few of the activities together, but Zoey enjoyed them all.
The materials I used with the Every Star Is Different Grammar Materials:
- I used the Kid Advance 3D Wooden Grammar Symbols with 10 Trays because they’re the closest to the Nienhuis 3D grammar symbols and are lovely but much less expensive. (Note: You really only need 9 grammar symbols (without the number symbol), so I remove the 10th symbol and tray, which allows me to add some of the Every Star Is Different Cards (which fit very well!). Right now, this set isn’t on Amazon, but there are a number of 3D wooden grammar symbol sets available even less expensively. I haven’t seen the sets personally, so I can’t make a recommendation.
- I used the Kid Advance Basic Wooden Grammar Symbols with Box. You’ll find wooden grammar symbols with box on Amazon, although I haven’t seen those sets personally. These aren’t essential. Even Neinhuis has paper grammar symbols. If you get the Every Star Is Different Montessori Grammar Bundle, you’ll have printables to use for your grammar symbol work. Zoey is very tactile, so I wanted to get introductory materials that she would especially enjoy. Grammar is important to me (and I LOVE Montessori grammar), so I wanted to be sure she has the most meaningful experience for her favorite learning style.
Montessori-Inspired Intro to Grammar Printable Pack
The 59 page Montessori-Inspired Into to Grammar Pack:
- The perfect way to introduce all Montessori Grammar Symbols and their corresponding concepts.
- Provides multiple ways to master concepts for every kind of learner.
- Includes printables that explain the shape and color of each Montessori Grammar Symbol.
Zoey and I have done some of the introductory grammar games previously along with naming work using the Montessori grammar farm.
For this work, I used materials from the Montessori-Inspired Intro to Grammar Printable Pack with the wooden 3D grammar symbols to give an overview of grammar and the work that is to come!
Montessori Grammar: Nouns Printable Pack
The 106 page Montessori Grammar: Nouns Printable Pack:
- Breaks down all singular vs. plural rules, exceptions, and irregulars.
- Includes true to life images to help solidify concepts.
- Provides printables that teach the difference between common, proper, masculine, feminine, gender neutral, diminutive, concrete, abstract, and collective nouns.
Zoey really loved our work with Montessori noun materials using the 3D wooden grammar symbols, the wooden noun symbol, and a few different Every Star Is Different grammar printables.
I made a simple noun booklet using 4 of the cards from the Montessori-Inspired Intro to Grammar Printable Pack. There are similar cards for each part of speech. Zoey loves booklets, so I’m using the booklet to focus on the significance of the symbol’s shape and color. I’ll have a similar booklet for each part of speech.
The noun picture and description cards at the top of the layout are also from the Montessori-Inspired Intro to Grammar Printable Pack.
The People, Places, and Things Sort is from the Montessori Grammar: Nouns Printable Pack. Zoey enjoyed the work and loved identifying her favorite images of person, place, and thing at the end.
After that work, we started work on a Montessori grammar book using a printable from the Montessori-Inspired Intro to Grammar Printable Pack. There are a variety of versions available. We did the cover page and the noun page. We did the version where Zoey traces the word “noun” and colors a triangle black for the noun symbol. We’ll add to the book each time we focus on a new part of speech.
There are many, many more activities available in the noun pack. I’m looking forward to studying all about nouns with my grandkids in the upcoming years!
Montessori Grammar: Verbs Printable Pack
The Verbs Printable Pack:
- Includes an easy to understand breakdown of all verb tenses.
- Provides printables for learning how to make sentences using the noun family plus verb pattern.
- Combines true to life images with fun action words for movement activities in the classroom.
Montessori Grammar: Articles Printable Pack
The Montessori Grammar: Articles Printable Pack is 23 pages and introduces articles “the,” “an,” and “a,” breaking down each concept with clip card activities for practice. It also includes shapes and word strips for practice.
Montessori Grammar: Adjectives Printable Pack
The Montessori Grammar: Adjectives Printable Pack is 28 pages.
Montessori Grammar: Adverbs Printable Pack
The Montessori Grammar: Adverbs Printable Pack is 15 pages.
Montessori Grammar: Pronouns Printable Pack
The Montessori Grammar: Pronouns Printable Pack is 27 pages.
Montessori Grammar: Conjunctions Printable Pack
The Montessori Grammar: Conjunctions Printable Pack is 13 pages.
Montessori Grammar: Interjections Printable Pack
The Montessori Grammar: Interjections Printable Pack is 18 pages. Interjection symbols are provided facing both ways with the circle on top and the bottom, so you’ll have printables that work well for whichever style your training program and album used.
Montessori Grammar Environment Word Strips Bundle:
- Includes the themes: farm, construction, dinosaurs, space and home.
- Designed to be used with small three dimensional figures and prop.
- All word strips are color coded to match their corresponding Montessori Grammar Symbols.
These are so useful … and fun!
My Reviews of Montessori Printables from Every Star Is Different
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