The Geometric Cabinet is within Visual Sense of Sensorial. It is the last section of lessons for Sensorial preparing children for math. Geometric Cabinet – Presentation Tray Age: 2.5 to 5.5 years Materials: A wooden tray section into 6 wood squares. Three of the squares contain insets, one each of triangle, circle, and square. Prerequisites: […]
An Overview of the Montessori Curriculum
This content provides an overview of the Montessori method including the Montessori sequence of lessons and lessons for the Montessori areas of the classroom. Lessons include Practical Life, Sensorial, Math, Language, Geography, History, Art, & Peace.
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Montessori geography is a beautiful piece of the Montessori learning environment. Moving from concrete to abstract children get their hands on sandpaper globes, landform materials, a world map puzzle, and continent maps. There is a lot of fun and learning to be had in this area. I have to say map work is one of […]
Montessori’s Moveable Alphabet is an exciting transition for many young children. Thus far in the Montessori Language sequence of lessons, children have progressed using the sandpaper letters only. Once the guide presents the moveable alphabet, the children are eager to continue the learning. Below are the Montessori lessons that use the moveable alphabet. The first […]
I am always seeking out ways to help my kids with reading and writing without boring them to pieces. If you’re searching for a Language Arts Curriculum for your homeschool or your classroom, I found a gem! Recently we quite out of nowhere began to homeschool our 8 year old son. There are many reasons […]
Let’s take a detailed look into teaching math using the Montessori Ten Board. The Ten Boards are found within Linear Counting and come after the Montessori Teens Board lesson in the Montessori Math sequence. You can purchase a reasonably priced set on Amazon. Montessori Ten Board Lesson Presentation I – Introduction to Quantity Ask the child: “Do […]
Montessori Grammar is fun to do with kids, and noun sorting cards are a must have when you do so! When my son was almost six years old, he was extremely interested in parts of speech. He asked a lot about what certain words mean and why these words belong in a particular sentence. It […]