10+ Montessori-Inspired Food Prep Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Food Prep is one of the most-loved sections of the Montessori classroom.  It’s technically filed under Practical Life, but I decided to give it its own round-up so you can find all of our food preparation activities in one place.  Food Prep is also one of the things that distinguishes Montessori classrooms and parents from […]

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Montessori Pink Series CVC Writing Templates

L has been devouring Sandpaper Letters like they’re food for the brain [which they totally are], and she can barely hold a conversation without stopping a thousand times to sound out the beginning sound of the next word she’s going to say.  She’s mastered about 2/3 of her phonetic letters, but I didn’t want to […]

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Montessori Math for Preschoolers — Colored Bead Stair with Bead Bar Cards

You saw last week how excited I was about the Montessori Math Bead Bar Printable Pack Bundle, so just imagine my joy when my colored bead stair arrived on the same day that I finished printing and laminating our set!  These two materials work absolutely beautifully together, so I was so excited to put them together […]

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20 Montessori-Inspired Activities for Fall for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Fall is almost here!  Changing seasons provide an amazing opportunity to give your Montessori shelves a face lift with some easy switches to make your activities more cohesive and seasonally-themed.  Fall is one of my favorites because one of the key elements of a themed shelf is so abundant in fall:  COLOR! The easiest way […]

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Sound Games for Preschoolers — Beginning Sounds Sticker Scavenger Hunt

Montessori language studies teach the alphabet in a particular way that may seem strange to you if you are used to the traditional alphabet.  Rather than teaching the names of the letters, we teach the sounds that the letters make — the phonetic alphabet.  You can read more about the initial presentation of letter sounds here: […]

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