New on our Shelves


Every month I like to freshen up our Montessori work shelves. Here are a few new trays I’ve added for my boys (2.5 and 4 years old). As you will notice these baskets and trays don’t require much money to put together. Hopefully the work is accessible to you so that you can easily integrate [Read On]

Montessori Philosophy & Sensorial Introduction


Below is a portion of a paper I wrote on Sensorial within the Montessori philosophy. I hope you enjoy it. Please do comment, your thoughts make my day! Maria Montessori believed in the child’s ability to reach his potential on his own if given the freedom and the environment in which to develop naturally. This [Read On]

Reading & Writing Learning Materials for Kids


This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Montessori Outlet. All opinions are 100% mine. Learning to read and writing is a big milestone in a child’s development. As a parent and educator, the process of this learning is fascinating to watch as a child absorbs and makes steps towards independent reading [Read On]

What is Montessori? {Sensorial}


Sensorial “These activities develop and refine the 5 senses—seeing, hearing, touching, tasting, and smelling—and build a foundation for speech, writing, and math through the use of sensorial materials. The exercises also bring order to the barrage of sensorial impressions the child experiences from birth onward.” Sensorial, the next definition in my What is Montessori Series, [Read On]