Our Montessori Homeschool Preschool Room

Our Montessori Homeschool Preschool room is finally finished!  Actually, that’s not a true.  A good Montessori environment is never truly finished, because it should always be changing to follow the needs of the children it serves.  BUT, the bones of the room are finished and exactly what my 4.5-year-old and almost 3-year-old need right now. […]

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Montessori Botany Study: Learning About Plants

After we finished our Montessori Human Body Study, Lila decided she wanted to learn about plants.  Specifically, she wanted to learn about trees, leaves, flowers, and plants we eat — so that’s how I designed our botany study!  Our full botany study lasted almost 4 full months, so I’ll be sharing just a part of […]

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Montessori Practical Life — Pouring to the Line

When we moved into our new house and had a room set aside specifically for use as a homeschool preschool room, I knew I wanted to up my game in terms of providing more practical life works that involved water.  Lila has been pouring liquids with ease for years now, so I knew it was […]

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Montessori Human Body Study: The Immune System

We began our study of the human body on the outside and worked our way in — as most Montessori learning goes!  After learning all about The Outer Body, we moved on in to look at the Skeletal System, the Muscular System, the Nervous System, the Respiratory System, the Circulatory System, the Digestive System, and now […]

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Hands-On Learning with Geoboard Shape Templates

Lila has been working really hard on making specific shapes on our geoboard. We were doing it alongside regular shape cards for guidance, but Lila became quite frustrated each time because she couldn’t tell exactly how long to make each side of the shape. So I created these geoboard shape templates! I made some templates […]

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