Montessori Fine Motor Skills: Balancing

As the girls get older, their fine motor skills continue to get more advanced and I’m simply puzzled by what new works to provide to meet their needs.  I remembered this work from a Montessori primary classroom back when I was teaching, so I brought it out for our homeschool preschool to work on balancing […]

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Montessori Resources for Parents: The Montessori Toddler Book Review

I am often asked for Montessori book recommendations for parents, and I may have found the best one yet.  Simone Davies’ The Montessori Toddler is a finely detailed instruction manual for parents of toddlers, and how I wish it had been around for me to hand out to parents when I was still in a […]

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Montessori-Inspired Astronomy Printables

Many of you have asked about materials for learning about the solar system in your Montessori homeschool preschool, and I’m so excited to review these new Montessori-Inspired Astronomy printables for you!  As you know, Every Star is Different is one of my very favorite Montessori printable creators — and she’s done it again with this […]

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The Montessori-Inspired Piano Curriculum by Keyndergarten

Lila has been VERY interested in learning to play the piano lately — and although I play myself, I had absolutely no idea how to teach someone else to play!  Luckily, I saw Deniz’s Keyndergarten program on Instagram and fell in love with the hands-on activities she offers in addition to actual time spent at […]

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The Montessori-Inspired Kitchen Helper by Sprout

Montessori in the home is all about how to prepare your environment to allow your child to be more independent in her daily life.  We’ve had a kitchen helper ever since Lila could stand to enable her to reach our kitchen counters and join us in our food prep work for meals.  Lila is now […]

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