Montessori-Inspired Vertebrates Printables from Every Star is Different

We haven’t done a ton with our science shelf regarding biology yet in our homeschool preschool, so I was super excited to learn about the new Montessori-Inspired Vertebrates Bundle by Every Star is Different!  These materials are so fantastic that they’ve inspired me to make this our next unit study.  When we finish our current […]

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Our Family Rhythm as a Montessori Homeschooling Family

I always hesitate to share our exact family schedule when asked (which is surprisingly often on Instagram), because just because our schedule works for us does NOT mean it will definitely work for you.  Sometimes I think people see our family and think we’re “perfect” or somehow are doing things “better” than the way they […]

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Montessori Money Unit: All About Coins

As my girls get older, they’re becoming more and more interested in money — they see me paying with it and they’re noticing the correlation between handing over some money and receiving something in return.  My 5-year-old in particular is interested in using her own money to pay for things, so we’ve been working on […]

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Montessori Infant Practices — The First Year

How can you be Montessori with young infants?  They can’t complete works or play safely with small objects.  They can’t bring works to a table or roll up a work rug.  They are not ready to develop independence or self-care skills.  What can you do with a newborn? Luckily, Montessori is more than just an […]

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