Kitchen Montessori Trays – Preschool Learning Activity

As part of our homeschooling routine, I like to add in Montessori practical life trays for my toddler and preschooler. Here are some ideas for how to do it on the cheap, using objects you may already have in your kitchen or can get at the dollar store! I get these trays out for my […]

DIY Montessori Sand Writing and Drawing Tray – Preschool Learning Activity

Use this handy, fun Montessori sand writing tray to teach your child how to write their letters, and ultimately, learn to read! It comes with a free printable for all the letters. Montessori Sensitive Period Our four-year-old, Gabriel, is having one of those sensitive periods (as described in the Montessori Method) where he is hungry […]

Learn Shapes with Craft Sticks – Preschool Learning Activity

Shapes are an important part of building math skills and are very useful for teaching colors as well. Aside from shape puzzles, I’ve been trying to come up with activities to help my children (a toddler and a preschooler) with their shapes and finally found a super easy, Montessori-inspired one using supplies I already had […]

Preschool Learning Activities – Montessori Math and Language Works and Trays

We have just started preschool at home with our oldest, he’s four, and here are the Montessori inspired trays we are introducing to him! The activities in these trays could be used in any preschool classroom, for a busy bag, supplemental preschool at home, or a Montessori homeschool and are very budget friendly.  Gabe is […]

Montessori Preschool Activities – Water Transfer Trays

Here are some fun and educational activities anyone can do at home with young children – whether or not you subscribe to the Montessori educational philosophy. These budget-friendly materials (under $10) can be used to pass the time, as part of your preschool homeschool routine, and even a fun activity for a playdate! We all […]

Homeschooling Made Simple – Marnie from Carrots are Orange Shares

Welcome back to my Homeschooling Made Simple series, where we are hearing from homeschooling bloggers to learn their tips and tricks and advice for newbies. Today I’m very excited to welcome Marnie from Carrots Are Orange I love Marnie’s Montessori-inspired blog and have learned so much from her knowledge and training, implementing many of her ideas […]

Homeschooling Made Simple – Jacquelyn from “Little Owl Crunchy Momma” Shares

My Homeschooling Made Simple series returns today with Jacquelyn from Little Owl Crunchy Momma, and this time, she’s sharing what it was like to be homeschooled as a child. I created this series to get advice, ideas and inspiration for those who desire to homeschool but aren’t sure how to start. Click here if you’ve […]

Homeschooling Made Simple – Valerie from “Collecting the Moments” Shares

Today I’m excited to welcome Valerie from Collecting the Moments… one by one, who’s quite the experienced homeschooling mom. She has a lovely blog where she writes about homeschooling, cooking, crafting and farming with her family. This post is part of a series called Homeschooling Made Simple where I’ve invited homeschooling bloggers to share their […]

Homeschooling Made Simple – Cynthia from “Feeding Big” Shares

Welcome back to week #6 of my Homeschooling Made Simple series! Today, I’m happy to welcome Cynthia of “Feeding Big” to the blog. Her daughter, who now has a 3.92 college GPA, was successfully homeschooled from third grade through twelfth grade and Cynthia cherished every moment of it. I asked Cynthia some questions to help us homeschooling newbies, […]

Homeschooling Made Simple – Susie from “Earning My Cape” Shares

Welcome back to week five of my Homeschooling Made Simple series! This has been such an incredible learning time for me as our family is exploring homeschooling. I have had the pleasure of hosting some amazing homeschool moms – some who are just starting out, some who teach their children with special needs, and experts like the […]