Montessori Math Activities — Bead Bar Printable Bundle from Every Star is Different

  I just ordered a Montessori bead stair for our math studies, and while I’ve been waiting for it to arrive, I’ve been busy cutting and laminating some beautiful cards from Every Star is Different’s Montessori Math Bead Bar Printable Pack Bundle.  I was so excited to find this amazing printable bundle since it fits right […]

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Montessori Transfer Work Fillers (That Won’t Break the Bank)

A huge part of the Montessori Practical Life section [especially for toddlers] consists of different types of “transfer works.”  This is as simple as it sounds — work that is focused on transferring objects from one container to another.  The point of these works is to help develop fine motor skills, hand control, and self-care […]

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How to Present the Montessori Three Period Lesson

If you’ve been around the Montessori world for a while, you may have heard of the Three Period Lesson.  This is a method of teaching nomenclature and it is used quite frequently in the Montessori classroom whenever new material is introduced.  With young toddlers, especially those whose expressive language is not yet developed, the three […]

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Montessori-Inspired Activities for Toddlers — Egg Carton Filling

I’ve had a set of wooden eggs in my work closet FOREVER, and I’ve used them for some other practical life works like this one.  I noticed when we were dyeing Easter eggs that N enjoyed picking up the hardboiled eggs and putting them back in the carton, so I decided to make a more […]

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