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Don’t forget to sign up for my newsletter in the right-hand sidebar to receive Karen Tyler’s AMS Montessori geography album and the Mom Bloggers Talk Montessori: Favorite Ideas and Activities eBook FREE along with a weekly newsletter containing a note from me with any important reminders and links to my posts from the week! I truly appreciate all my followers!
Thank you for Montessori at Home or School: How to Teach Grace and Courtesy eBook purchases!
Thank you to everyone who has purchased my eBook Montessori at Home or School: How to Teach Grace and Courtesy! I’m thrilled that so many parents and teachers are interested in teaching manners to children ages 2-12! You made my eBook a best-seller and helped it spend a number of days as the #1 homeschooling book on Amazon! Learn more about Montessori at Home or School: How to Teach Grace and Courtesy!
Thank you for photo permissions!
Thank you to the wonderful bloggers who have given me permission to use your photos in my posts (with credit to you, a link to your post, and a comment letting you know I’m using your photo, of course)! If you haven’t seen my request for permissions, here’s a link to my post: Request for Montessori Photo Permissions.
If I may have permission to use photos from your blog, please let me know! Although I use Montessori photos most often, I also link to posts with crafts, art projects, and educational activities (especially unit studies posts with family activities). If you have posts with similar activities, I’d really appreciate photo permissions for them. Being able to use a photo from your post adds to the roundup post content and also brings attention to your link.
Thank you also to the wonderful bloggers who give me permission to use your posts and photos on Sulia. As a Parenting Expert on Sulia, I enjoy sharing your posts there. If you give me permission to share your posts on Sulia, I’ll write an introduction to your post (only good things, of course, since I only share posts I like), link to your post, and add one or two related links. All my Sulia posts are shared through the Living Montessori Now Facebook page, Twitter, and Pinterest. Sulia has become my no. 3 traffic source, so I typically can help your traffic when I share your post on Sulia. Since I would want to use a photo from your post on Sulia, I like to have permission first. Please use my contact form to let me know if I may have your permission to share your post and a photo on Sulia, too.
Thank you to link-up participants!
Thank you to everyone who links up and to everyone who reads and comments on the Montessori Monday posts! I always enjoy seeing the ideas that are linked up each week, and I appreciate the encouragement you give to each other in using Montessori education at home or school.
Thank you to everyone who links up and/or visits the participants in my Family-Friendly Giveaway Linky (which you can link up with at any time and has outdated links removed each Sunday)!
Please link up regularly. I love to see what Montessori-inspired activities you’re doing (and Montessori Monday is typically one of my first sources for activities when I do a roundup post). I also love keeping up with family-friendly giveaways around the blogosphere and being able to help parents and teachers find great giveaways to enter.
Thank you to my sponsors!
My sponsors all have products I wish would have been around when I had a Montessori preschool and when I homeschooled my children! Please support my sponsors. They’re all wonderful businesses with amazing products!
Note: post contains affiliate links (at no cost to you).
Thank you to Montessori Print Shop, who has free printables, beautiful inexpensive printables, a wonderful blog, and lots of great information and resources (see all the drop-down menus at the top of the Montessori Print Shop site)! For more information, read my Sponsor Spotlight – Montessori Print Shop. And be sure to check out the two Montessori at Home bundles! Also, check out my review of the Montessori Print Shop Teaching Manuals Bundle and my ideas for using Montessori Print Shop music materials (in another great giveaway sponsored by Montessori Print Shop).
Thank you to Montessori Compass, an incredibly user-friendly, web-based software application that provides online Montessori record keeping, school management, parent communication from any web-enabled device along with Free Online Access to Comprehensive Montessori Scope and Sequence. Read my Montessori Compass Sponsor Spotlight to learn more about Montessori Compass. Sign up for Montessori Compass using the promo code LivingMontessoriNow and get a 14-day free trial and 50% discount for the first 3 months!
Thank you to John Bowman and Montessori at Home, with the revised eBook Montessori at Home: The Complete Guide to Doing Montessori Early Learning Activities at Home, and the condensed version in paperback and Kindle (new!): Help Your Preschooler Build a Better Brain: Early Learning Activities for 2-6 Year Old Children. For just $10.95 for the e-book’s 3rd edition, you get 512 pages of Montessori early-learning activities and ideas for use at home with 3-7 yr. olds!
Thank you to Maestro Classics, who has award-winning CDs and MP3s that introduce children to classical music through stories. Each CD/MP3 is performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra: Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel; Peter and the Wolf; Carnival of the Animals, Tortoise and the Hare; My Name is Handel; Juanita the Spanish Lobster; Swan Lake; Casey at the Bat; Sorcerer’s Apprentice; and Juanita la langosta! Maestro Classics offers Special Packages, Educational Materials, and Kids Club! To learn more about Maestro Classics, read my Maestro Classics Sponsor Spotlight and my Montessori-Inspired Maestro Classics activity posts.
Thank you to KHT Montessori! Karen Tyler from KHT Montessori will start a new online Montessori certificate course on April 15! This course is affordable and perfect for parents and teachers who can’t take a formal Montessori training course (or who want to refresh their own Montessori training). Read more in my post telling about KHT Montessori and with information on the free geography album.
Thank you to Spielgaben for sponsoring my Montessori-Inspired Color Activities Using Wooden Toys and Free Printables post, Montessori-Inspired Math Activities Using Wooden Beads and Free Printables post, Montessori-Inspired Geometry Activities Using Wooden Shapes and Free Printables post, Montessori-Inspired Color Activities Using Yarn Balls and Free Printable post, Geometric Solid Dressing, Wrapping, and Gift Giving (and Receiving), and Using Montessori-Inspired Activities for Elementary-Level Learning.
Thank you to The Natural Kids Team, an amazing group of artisans who offer eco-friendly and all-natural items such as toys, clothing, and decor. Many of these artisans emphasize open-ended experiences for babies and kids of all ages. You’ll find items designed specifically for families using Waldorf principles. Montessori families use many of the same principles when looking for natural items for their homes.
Thank you to The Parenting 5 – Practical & Independent Little People, an easy-to-read guide that helps parents learn how to use Montessori principles at home … no Montessori materials required. The paperback book is the first of a series of 5 books by Montessori educator Ruth Barker from Australia.
Thank you to Alison’s Montessori, who has Montessori materials for infants and toddlers through upper elementary. You’ll find a Value-Line E-Catalog, Premium E-Catalog, and other resources such as PDF files, books, arts and crafts, and enrichment materials. There’s even a bargain basement! Read my review of Alison’s Montessori materials.
Thank you to Safari Ltd. to sponsoring a fun review and giveaway of 3 Safari Ltd. TOOBS and 3 life cycle sets!
Thank you to my affiliate companies!
Thanks to my affiliate companies for offering great products along with commissions for referring customers. Please check out my products page for my affiliate companies! I only become an affiliate for companies with products I believe in. I really appreciate if you go through my affiliate links when you’re ordering because I’ll receive a small commission. It won’t affect your order or prices in any way (unless you go through a discount link of mine and receive a better price than normal!) Living Montessori Now got too large for a shared server, so I appreciate your help in paying the dedicated server fees to keep Living Montessori Now running.
Thank you to Little Passports for inviting me to be a Little Passports Ambassador! You can find my introductory post here: Montessori-Inspired Little Passports Global Adventure. You’ll find my country posts here: Montessori-Inspired Little Passports Activities – Brazil, Montessori-Inspired Little Passports Activities – Japan, Montessori-Inspired Little Passports Activities – Egypt, Montessori-Inspired Little Passports Activities – Australia, Montessori-Inspired Little Passports Activities – Mexico, Montessori-Inspired Little Passports Activities – South Africa, Montessori-Inspired Little Passports Activities – India.
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Thank you to my affiliate company My Memories, who continues to offer a special My Memories coupon code for all my readers (and your friends and family). If you use the coupon code STMMMS48784 at My Memories upon checkout, you’ll receive a $10 discount off the purchase of the My Memories Suite Scrapbook software and a $10 coupon for the MyMemories.com store – a $20 value
Thanks again, everyone! Have a happy April!
Image at top of post by Alexander Raths