Happy At-Home Montessori Monday!
Here is a free printable you can utilize at home with your child(ren).
These color cards come in English, Chinese, and Spanish in either full page or quarter page sizes.
The cards can be utilized to practice color correspondence and recognition in a variety of ways such as utilizing tweezers to sort pom poms by color, graphing math manipulatives, such as counting cubes by color, or separating fruit loops by color for an educational lesson that is also a sweet treat!
To create this At-Home Montessori activity:
We would love to hear what your littles thought. Did they enjoy the Color Cards with Counting Cubes? Share a picture with us on instagram or facebook!
At Home Montessori Monday!
One of Montessori classrooms' fundamental areas is the practical life area.
This area features real-life materials that focus on responsibility, care of self and care of the environment.
Practical life can be included in your homes meal time by incorporating child size cutlery, china, and cleaning supplies.
Your child(ren) can then assist with setting and clearing the table, feeding themselves, and cleaning any spills or messes following meal time!
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We would love to hear from you! Did you make the Shelf with Dishes and Cleaning Tools with your littles? How did they like it? Share a picture with us on instagram or facebook!
Welcome to At Home Montessori Monday!
Here is an at home Montessori tray you can create for your child(ren).
Pouring trays create a great opportunity for your child(ren) to build their fine motor skills.
Fine motor skills develop the small muscles in children's hands that aid them in tasks such as buttoning their own clothes, using eating utensils or writing!
To create this tray:
We would love to hear from you! Did you make the Picture and Cups Tray with your littles? How did they like it? Share a picture with us on instagram or facebook!
Sean Michael Diana M.A.Ed.