TechSurgeons - Access Blocked
A homemade button snake is easy to make and a great way to teach toddlers and preschoolers how to do up buttons. Great fine motor activity for all ages.
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18 months: Toys and Materials
18 months. Wow. It sounds cliche but that time went way too quickly. I thought I would show you some of the toys and materials I have out for Sarah at 18 months. These are in both the playroom and …
butterfly life cycle
Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone.
The Helpful Garden
I am a Montessorian. I love teaching children using the Montessori Method. I have spent countless hours developing my own garden of printable materials, and have made enough mistakes to learn a lot. I truly believe in this work, and want to see as many people have free access to great quality for teaching. Thanks to anyone who gets my blog site out there by linking or sharing.
Smaller Color Progression Box HomeMade
Smaller Color Progression Box HomeMade: This is my second "Color Progression Box" that I have made homemade. The one I made last week, was way to large in color choices for the younger children that I guide and care for. This one may be to large yet, but I won't know until I put it out in our choices. I decided to scatter the colors and make them bold to start them out with. Then carry on to the larger one with patterns and more "like colors." This one contains approx. 24 pinching clothes…
Flickriver: Most interesting photos from Handmade Montessori Materials pool
Flickriver - view images as a 'river of photos' and more...
In Montessori classrooms, children are encouraged to work wherever they're the most comfortable. Maria Montessori provided child-sized tables and chairs, but observed children often choosing to work on the floor. To accommodate that, she introduced small rugs that children could lay out on the floor. This provided a way to contain their work from spreading all over the floor, and to keep other kids from stepping in the middle of the work. Yesterday, Nugget and I made a trip to Old Time…
Geometric Solids- Real Life Objects: 3 Part Montessori Cards
Click HERE for FREE Montessori materials! Please check out my new Geometry SUPER PACK with 5 of my top selling materials for a super discounted price!!! I created these three part cards for my 1st, 2nd & 3rd grade Montessori students to use when relating geometric solids to real life objects.
DIY Landforms~ (Plan B)
Montessori DIY Practical Life & Geography: land and water forms, from the Discovery Days and Montessori Moments blog.