Complete List of Montessori Materials and What they do for the Child

I found this list, and thought I would share for anyone who may not have seen it.  It is wonderful to see this in list form in one document...I found it very helpful.
Check out the list here!! 

NEW!! 2016 We have been working on a special project and will be sharing it with you all soon!!

This is an extremely large project, and we are working to include as much as we can with full photography.

More details and sample pages coming soon!




Sharing Sharing Sharing!!

We would LOVE your support...


Please visit and "like" us for updates on our

Facebook Page! We share photos and 

updates of what we are up to here!

We love to hear from you!!

Comment, like and share!!

Visit us on Pinterest as well!!

Don't forget to check out our Montessori 

Are you subscribed to Making Montessori Ours to get all of our

latest updates by email?

Enter your email address:


Delivered by FeedBurner

CONVERSATION

6 comments:

  1. I am just starting out as an assistant and this was the best document I have found so far...although I wish it included the ages the material is appropriate for :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. There is an order of introduction for all Montessori Materials but...it also depends 100% on the child. Many materials are used and reintroduced later for different resaons... at different ages. If you visit Montessori Research and Development and look at the index for each manual you will have a great idea of the order. These are wonderful manuals. As you look through the index you can google the materials and check out text and video lessons that will tell you the approx ages.
      I hope that helps:))

      Delete
  2. I am so very sorry, but I do not sell materials. I purchased the majority of our materials from Kidadvance. We also have made many materials - you can check those out along the left sidebar. I wish you the very best of luck!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. If this is something shared with parents, there is another reason for NOT including ages. They may see them as benchmarks; wanting to know why their child isn't doing something or is still doing something (labeled younger than the child's age).

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. So true!! I think though that as home schooling parents we are always looking for a general guideline. Totally makes sense though:)

      Delete

I greatly appreciate your friendly comments and feedback. I love to see what others are making, so please feel free to include a links and share your site with us!!! If you have any questions regarding any of the materials we have made...I'd love to help!!! Thank you for visiting us:)

instagram

Instagram

Follow Us