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Free Printable Printable Montessori Learning Materials for Montessori Learning at Home & School

Free Printable Printable Montessori Learning Materials for Montessori Learning at Home & School
Main Navigation Free Printable Montessori Materials Please save these free Montessori files to your computer, open in Adobe Reader, and then print (or else the font may not display correctly). 1. Please do not upload any of our files (free or otherwise) to a file sharing center or your own website. Instead, please direct others to this page for their free copy. 2. 3. For over 2000 affordable printable Montessori materials visit our online store. For over 2000 affordable printable Montessori materials visit our online store. Content copyright 2016.

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Free Montessori materials from Montessori for Learning Administrative/Templates READING AND LANGUAGE Pre-Primer Lowercase Matching Set Scissor Practice Vegetable Vocabulary Cards: Nomenclature Cards Blue Reading Dominos Set 1 Mirror Cards (C-V-C reading practice) Shari Sloane - Educational Consultant Little Books (Click on any image to see a larger version of that image.) Colors Book- Each child makes his/her own little book to go with the Colors poem.

Free Printable Montessori Materials for Montessori style learning at home and school. Subscribe to ourMonthly Newsletter Main Navigation Free Printable Montessori Materials by MPS Every child deserves beautiful Montessori learning materials We believe every child deserves beautiful Montessori learning materials that will inspire them and ignite a passion for learning - don't you? We also believe that time and money should not interfere with making Montessori learning materials accessible to children and their families, at home or at school. Columbus Day – Background What is Indigenous Peoples’ Day and why should it replace Columbus Day? This article raises awareness of the point of view of the indigenous peoples, whose lives, traditions and fortunes were crossed by the White Man. Warm-up

Montessori-Inspired Movement Activities This is Exercise with Your Child Week! Of course, movement activities should be included in a Montessori program every week. Movement activities, both large- and fine motor, are naturally part of Montessori education. I found an interesting post on physical development from Montessori Education (UK) Ltd. It compares the English Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) guidelines with Montessori education: Physical Development. (EYFS is a statutory framework that sets requirements for early years providers for the education and care of children from birth to five.)

Free Montessori Materials Printouts & Downloads These are some great printable education materials: Montessori Quantity Game Printouts: Directions Free Printable Children's Books. contributed by Leanne Guenther Make these free printable children's books to encourage your kids to read. There are a variety of themes to choose from -- the majority of the books target younger readers (preschool, kindergarten and early grade school) although a few of the books are a bit more challenging. The "custom stories" and holidays themed stories are especially popular! The printable books come with suggestions for complimentary activities and/or worksheets to reinforce the stories. Alphabet Stories: Free Montessori Nomenclature & Three Part Cards **Click HERE to return to the free montessori resource directory. Here are links to a host of FREE montessori nomenclature and three part cards that I have found online. I will be updating this list routinely. If you have others to add, please leave a comment with the link. (FYI, the cards pictured above were not free. I purchased them from Montessori Print Shop.)

Peek of the week I encounter students on a weekly basis who say "I hate reading" or "I just can't focus on a book" ...times are changing - a great deal - and it's a fact that teenagers are becoming more digitally literate, but unfortunately more BOOK illiterate. I find this to be a necessary part of our digital evolution, however I also see it as a tragic part of a lost era where kids today are finding it hard to focus on a book, or anything else, for a longer period of time. I still remember the books that I read as a nerdy teenager, the books that became a part of my daily life, the books that still linger with me because I was sucked into them and could never leave them, books that haunted me, books that taught me a valuable lesson or two, books that made me realize that there was a different, mesmerizing, world outside of my own room, books that I need to recommend to anyone reading this. Peek of the week 18 takes a look at GREAT books: Lord of the flies by William Golding The Body by Stephen King

How to Homeschool without Spending a Fortune Welcome to the October Carnival of Natural Parenting: Money Matters This post was written for inclusion in the monthly Carnival of Natural Parenting hosted by Code Name: Mama and Hobo Mama . This month our participants have shared how finances affect their parenting choices. 1+1+1=1..Montessori Printables Here you will find a variety of free Montessori based printables. Match-Up, Memory, Nomenclature Cards, and more. Not familiar with the Montessori method? 10 Books with Crafts Over the years, we have done many, many crafts. A handful of what we have done were inspired by books! Books are my little one’s absolute favorite thing. At 6, she loves her chapter books, but we still go back to the classic picture books she loved so much when she was younger. Here is a list of our favorite books with a craft (or two, or five) to go along with each book.

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