As we continue our third year of homeschooling our 7-year-old, I am having a lot of fun creating exercises for him. So, I had to share these Montessori-inspired grammar activities for lower elementary-aged kids. Although I used my Montessori training and albums to create these language activities, they may not necessarily involve a specific lesson […]
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.
Check out the Montessori Curriculum Below!
One of the early practical life exercises in a Montessori classroom, Pouring Dry Goods is typically introduced after or simultaneously with Transferring of Dry Goods and Introduction to Sponging. So, very young children in the classroom are primed for this work. Don’t be surprised, though, when the older children continue to go back to these […]
Montessori homeschool might be the perfect combination. To have the freedom to be Montessori outside and to integrate movement while learning is a critical component of a child’s development. This week we continued our grammar unit and learned about adjectives. Below is an outline of how we approached our adjective learning. Adjectives for Kids My […]
I remember wandering through the forest in my backyard gazing up at the trees and feeling small. Trees are powerful and provide ample opportunities for learning for kids. The life cycle of a tree is a lesson that ignites a child’s sense of wonder about the world and the desire to want to learn more. […]
This beautiful Montessori math lesson uses one of my favorite Montessori math materials. This colorful Montessori Bead Box is one of my favorites. You can purchase a Montessori box of beads on Amazon for a reasonable price. You will get a lot of use out of this box of beads. Imagine a child learning multiplication with […]
Learn all about a chicken’s life! This post includes dozens of chicken activities for kids. Highlighted, however, is an easy paper plate life cycle of a chicken activity. Spring is an inspiring time of year. Children’s minds and bodies respond to more daylight in such positive and inspiring ways. Gardens begin their growth and rejuvenation and […]