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 […]
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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Grammar is fun! Montessori Grammar is even better! Inside you’ll find awesome Montessori Grammar activities the kids are sure to love. My six year old continues to be interested in parts of speech. Most recently he is set on coming up with as many homophones as possible. The activity is not only fun but he […]