Ever since I started Living Montessori Now in 2010, I’ve periodically shared YouTube videos to give ideas and inspiration for both parents and teachers. I recently started a special category of Montessori at Home videos.
Videos with Montessori Ideas and Inspiration for Parents and Teachers
Here are some categories of Montessori videos you’ll find at Living Montessori Now:
Teaching Videos – These are especially great for teachers but helpful for homeschoolers, too
Montessori Schools – Video Ideas and Inspiration – These videos are wonderful for anyone. Parents with children in Montessori schools will understand their child’s activities better. Teachers can gain new ideas and inspiration. Montessori homeschoolers can get a better understanding of Montessori and gain ideas to use in their homeschools.
Free Montessori Video Lessons – These videos are great for Montessori homeschoolers. I have posts with links to free Montessori video lessons in the curriculum areas of practical life, sensorial, language, mathematics, and cultural.
In my relatively new category of Montessori at Home Videos, you’ll find a variety of videos for parents wanting to use Montessori at home. Included in this category are videos from our new Living Montessori Now YouTube channel! The Living Montessori Now videos generally star my toddler granddaughter, Zoey, and her aunt, Christina. I’ve been teaching my daughter, Christina (who was a Montessori child), how to use Montessori at home with her future children. In the videos, she shows activities Zoey does at Grandma Deb’s house. I’m the director behind the camera.
Each video has a related blog post with further information and resources. We really appreciate it if you subscribe to our YouTube channel … and if you click “like” on our videos! (Note: Tomorrow, watch for my post with embedded video about using Montessori principles to teach letter sounds.)
Montessori Monday Link-Up
If you have some Montessori activity trays/lessons to share, please link up below. It’s fine to link up a post from your archives – and you may link up anytime during the week! Your post may be any Montessori-inspired activity or idea. It doesn’t need to be related to my Montessori Monday post. If you’re wondering what’s considered “Montessori inspired” and what to link up (or not link up), check out my “What Is Montessori Inspired?” post. Link up your exact post URL so that we can find your activity if we return to the linky at a later date (which I often do when I’m looking for activities for a roundup post).
I publish the Montessori Monday post and linky each Monday morning and keep the linky open throughout the week. Please place the Montessori Monday button (using the code from the right sidebar) in your post or put a link back to this post.
And don’t forget the Saturday/Sunday weekend sharing days where you may share a kid-related activity of any kind at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page! It’s also Motivational Monday on Mondays now! I invite you to share something positive on the Bits of Positivity Facebook page (Bits of Positivity is my other blog) to help us all get a good start on the work/school week. You might share an inspirational or motivational quote, positive graphic, or post about finding balance or simplifying your life. Or you might share a post on organizing, an encouraging post, a post about making a difference in the world, or a positive parenting post. Just go ahead and share on the Bits of Positivity wall any time today! (Please “like” the Bits of Positivity Facebook page if you haven’t already.) I’ll be pinning a number of ideas to my regular Pinterest boards.
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