Montessori in the Home PDF for Birth to Age Nine


Montessori in the Home PDF for Birth to Age Nine

Montessori in the Home FAQs for Birth to Nine is a 130-page, text-only, printer-friendly ebook PDF that was created by Lisa Nolan, a 3 to 6 and 6 to 9 Montessori-trained teacher with over 25 years of experience. It addresses the many challenges that parents face when implementing the Montessori Method in a home (or homeschool) environment with children age birth to nine.
The book is divided into several sections:
  • Infant FAQs
  • Toddler FAQs
  • Should You Montessori Homeschool? Questions and Answers
  • FAQs about Montessori Homeschooling
  • FAQs about Montessori Language, Reading, and Writing
  • FAQs about Montessori Subjects
  • FAQs about Behavior-Related Issues when Trying to Montessori Homeschool
  • The Child and the Montessori Environment
  • Montessori and non-Montessori resources

Read and Write the Montessori Way

Read and Write the Montessori Way

Read and Write the Montessori Way is designed for parents who want to incorporate Montessori language, reading, and writing into their home environment with children age two and one-half to five! This 135 page PDF includes:
  • over 20 lesson activities
  • a 45-page printer-friendly version (text only)
  • links to password-protected photo galleries
  • all of the language blog posts at Confessions of a Montessori Mom
  • resources (like how to make or where to buy)
  • books to read, and more
It is organized by age (three to five), easy to use, go at your own pace, and created by a trained Montessori teacher and mom!

View the table of contents here, view a picture gallery here, and view a sample lesson here and here.

Cost: 4.99

After you make your payment, you will be redirected to the PDF. You can then download it and save it to your computer. 

We hope you enjoy our PDF book! Feel free to contact us with any comments, feedback, and or suggestions!

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~Lisa Nolan & Montessori for the Earth


Photo credit: ThomasLife via Foter.com / CC BY-ND

The Montessori Organizer!

The 90-Page Montessori Organizer!

The Montessori Organizer is designed for moms who are beginning their journey into incorporating Montessori in their home environment! It is over 90 pages long, printer friendly, black and white text, easy to use, go at your own pace, and created by a trained Montessori teacher and mom! It includes a list of must-haves for two- and three-year olds, and a “how to” on giving a Three-Period lesson. It is ideal for preschool-age children, but can also work for toddlers age 24 months and up (they grow fast)! We will have a 6-9 homeschool organizer in the coming weeks.

The Montessori Organizer will organize by 1) Montessori subjects, 2) months of the year, 3) seasons, and 4) themes. You will be able to list 1) materials including DIY and printables, affordable, and expensive, 2) list Montessori sellers, 3) list lessons you have given, 3) list YouTube lessons to watch, 4) list rooms in the home environment, 5) list Montessori blogs, books, groups of interest, and much more!

This organizer is NOT a Montessori album. It does NOT include lessons or activities. It does NOT include images or photos. 

PDF Cost: 5.99 (Print buy here.)

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~Lisa Nolan & Montessori for the Earth

Photo credit: chaim zvi via Foter.com / CC BY-NC

Are You a Montessori Junkie?

Are You a Montessori Junkie? {Confessions of a Montessori Mom}

Do you spend more than one hour a day surfing the Internet for you next Montessori fix? Have you bought several Montessori-related book this month on Amazon? Perhaps you wander around the dozens and dozens of Montessori blogs reading posts, downloading activities, or making comments.

Maybe you've even downloaded a Montessori 3 to 6 album, or two, or three. (Tip: you only need one!)

And don't tell me you haven't downloaded a Montessori app to your iPad or iPhone! OK, maybe that's going too far... even I haven't done that (mainly because I have an old-fashioned cell-phone that isn't capable of taking a picture much less checking my email or what-ever-it-is smart phones do these days).

You know you have a Montessori child when . . .

You know you have a Montessori child when . . .

You know you have a Montessori child when...I posted this question on my Montessori Facebook page, and I received a lot of responses! Here are a few of my favorites:

"My son was taking a REALLY long time in the children's library bathroom so I peeked in the door and he was wiping the sink and mirror dry with paper towels!" OK, that one was mine!

"When your two-year-old says excuse me when she needs to interrupt your conversation!"

Sophie eating snack! Copyrighted: Lianne
"My daughter, 18 months, went to get a bib before a meal. When all the bibs fell on the floor she began to sing 'Clean up, clean up . . . ' while picking them up and putting them back."

"Caught my son using his spoon, meant for his cereal, moving milk from his cup to his bowl."

Best Montessori Books I Own

Best Montessori Books I Own {Confessions of a Montessori Mom blog}

Welcome to my Best Montessori Books I Own Series: Part One! In this part of the series, I highlight four Montessori books including Teach Me to do it Myself, Montessori activities for you and your child  by Maja Pitamic; How to Raise an Amazing Child The Montessori Way by Tim Seldin; The Essential Montessori Updated Edition: an Introduction to the Woman, the Writings, the Method, and the Movement  by Elizabeth Hainstock; and Awakening Your Toddler's Love of Learning by Jan Katzen-Luchenta. Some of these books are available at your local library, as an ebook on Kindle, and or used and new on Amazon.com where you can add them to your wish list or purchase them on the spot.

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