The Montessori Math Small Bead Frame is often neglected in Early Childhood classrooms. The frame comes at the end of the Place Value and Decimal System lessons, and, as noted by Dr. Montessori, marks the entrance into abstraction. Many classrooms do not get to the lesson for one reason or another. The lesson is meant for older […]
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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The overview of Montessori golden beads continues the child down the path of learning place value and the decimal system. The goal for the child is to garner a sense of quantities represented in the decimal system, and to see the exchange of quantities as units become ten, tens become hundred, and so on. This lesson […]
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 […]
Montessori’s approach to language development is fascinating, intriguing, and, well, effective. If you are looking for insight into Montessori writing development, you have landed in the right place. Welcome. I am going to introduce you to one of the tools to effectively learn how to teach kids to write. “Genius is eternal patience.” ~ Michelangelo […]
Teach history to a 3-year-old? Yes! Guess what? It is not about dates and historical figures. This post includes ten awesome ideas to begin teaching your 3-year-old history. Montessori History emphasizes duration and passage of time works. Telling time is part of Montessori’s history area. Time is such an abstract, non-tangible idea even to us adults. […]
Children begin learning to read and write long before they pick up a book or a pencil. If a child is ready to start her language development journey, these Montessori pre-reading activities are a good starting point. There is nothing more beautiful to observe a child enter her period of As the guide, create the environment and step back […]