10 important Principles of Montessori Method

The Montessori method of teaching is a pedagogical tool for imparting education to children. Developed by an Italian Physician Dr. Maria Montessori in the year 1907, this autonomous method of teaching and learning encourages children to become self-dependent and confident. The Montessori method of teaching uses materials that were specially developed by Dr. Montessori to…

Montessori Method of Teaching

A Montessori School is a multi-age level institution that provides self-directed, collaborative, and child-centered education to children from the age of three years and up. Montessori schools develop the child’s natural interest in the classroom unlike, other conventional educational institutions. Sensory stimulation is a significant part of the Montessori curriculum that promotes hands-on learning and…

Montessori Tour Of Homes Discovery Moments Rev

Stephanie is a homeschooling mama of two. Montessori learning and Artful homeschooling fill her days with creativity, learning, and work. Her daughters are Bunny who is in second grade, and Pup who is 4. She blogs about learning, life, and discovery over at Discovery Moments. Her blog is so truthful, relatable and authentic. She’s also…

Friday Five Practical Life Edition

Transferring with Tongs is by far our No.1 favorite practical life material in Montessori homeschool. Flower Arranging is a very inexpensive tray to put together and it looks beautiful on the shelf. Matching Containers with Lids is an easy tray to put together and you could even thrift all of the containers. Setting the Table…

Friday Five Language Edition

Children are enamored with small objects (for instance Lila is attracted to anything small on the ground and it immediately goes in her mouth!), so it’s no wonder that the children love to work with the Language Object Boxes. Object Boxes were introduced to us by previous Montessori directress. I mirrored the object boxes after…

Free Materials

These materials are offered free by Montessori Moments. Please feel free to print these files for your personal use. They were created for private and non-profit use. Please do not sell or host these files anywhere else. Montessori Kindergarten Curriculum Farm Animal Families 3-part Nomenclature Cards Zoo Animals Cards Vowel Tree Object Box Worksheets: S-M-A-T…

How To Organize A Montessori Homeschool Classroom

To tell the truth, you can organize your homeschool classroom however you want. That’s the beauty of homeschooling. No one is going to tell you that you’re doing it wrong. As long as you follow a short list of Montessori basics and find a set up that works for you, that’s all you need. I’m…

The Binomial Trinomial Cubes

The Binomial and Trinomial cubes are a Montessori sensorial material that teaches early math skills. The Binomial Cube represents the equation (a+b) while the Trinomial Cube represents (a+b+c). The purpose is not for the child to know of the equation or how to solve it, but the cubes develop the predisposition to understand math. They…

Montessori Movable Alphabet

The use of manipulative materials during the education process is a major part of the Montessori curriculum. The Montessori Method of education lays heavy emphasis on hands-on learning which promotes children to learn, self-correct, and grow at their own pace with trial and error. The Montessori method of education is designed to provide the children…

Land Air Water Montessori Materials

A lesson on Land, Air & Water can be used for teaching several different concepts. For example, use it to discuss Earth and what makes it unique from other planets. Explain how approximately 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water and that the presence of water and oxygen in the air allows living…