Montessori-Inspired Rhyming Cards for Toddlers & Preschoolers [Free Printable!]

N has been walking around the house saying two words followed by, “Hey!  ____ and ____ rhyme!!!” She has the biggest grin on her face while she does it. Montessori sound games usually begin with “I spy” using objects to sound out beginning sounds, but N is clearly more interested in ending sounds that are […]

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Beginning Reading with the Montessori Pink Series

Suddenly, we have a reader!  If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve probably been celebrating that with me for a few months now.  I’m finally getting around to putting together all of our Pink Series materials in one post so you can see how L did it! We began last summer with these Montessori Pink […]

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Diverse Human Body Parts 3-Part Cards — Free Printable

If you follow along on Instagram, you know that we have finished our Montessori continents study and have moved on to a study of the human body.  We began with the outside and are working our way in — the way most Montessori learning goes — so I decided to start with some good old […]

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Montessori-Inspired Activities for Toddlers & Preschoolers — Sorting by Size

If you follow along on Instagram, you’ve probably noticed that N has a slight obsession with things that are “tiny.”  She frequently distinguishes objects as either “tiny” or “BIGGGGGG.”  When I saw this size sorting material as part of Max & Naoli’s Apple Unit Study, I knew it would be perfect for N’s current interests […]

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