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I just thought I’d revisit some of my old blog posts and found that the Montessori Pink Level manipulatives are still my hottest download. If you (or someone you know) are looking to teach your children to read using the Montessori method, the pink scheme, that you’d find in a high-priced Montessori school is available here [...]
Age range: 3-8 years.
Mermaids are wonderful imaginary creatures that have inspired stories from many cultures. Children love fantasizing stories about mermaids, so I thought it befitting to create a unit study for this purpose.
This is not a curriculum, it’s a set of resources that you can use to help your children discover mermaids. Since mermaids [...]
One of the most awesome things about homeschooling is that you have the freedom to schedule field trips whenever you want! You can take advantage of ’school-hours’ to go out when it’s less crowded to take advantage of free field-trip opportunities in the community around you. Of course, not all these ideas might apply to your family, [...]
“Careful, or you’ll poke your eye out!” How many times have we heard that expression as we’ve grown up? Frankly, I’ve never had any form of injury to my eyes, nor have my children.
People often wonder why I allow my young children to use sharp scissors and knives to work with. I might get a lot [...]
Amy over at Heart of the Matter Online wrote up a great post with some amazing games to encourage children to practice reading in 5 Fun Early Learning Reading Games.
From using flashcards and metal rings where your child can “steal” your words as he learns them, to creating a simple treasure hunt, these ideas are sure [...]
For those of you seriously interested in learning Arabic beyond the mere basics, I strongly recommend using “Arabic Between Your Hands”. This 3-volume series was developped by for PhD’s in Saudi Arabia and of all the books I’ve seen to learn Arabic, these are by far the best.
The series assumes that you already know the [...]
If you’re looking for a copy of the Montessori Pink Level Reading Set, cut and laminated. I have it available on eBay at the link below. This set is selling for under half the amount you’d be able to get it elsewhere.
Have a happy Sunday!
editor’s note: I no longer have these available for sale on [...]
When your child has learned the alphabet and its sounds, it’s time to beging forming words. This set of worksheets is a great way to indirectly introduce research skills.
Choose a letter and give the corresponding page to the child. Ask the child to find words that start with that letter. He might look through books [...]
Like with the other pink-level traceables, these are to be presented after a child has mastered the task (sentence strips in this case) and only if the child so-desires.
Download the file here.
While working on the phrase strips with your child, these strips will help you to reinforce the new concepts learned in a colorful way. Cut out the strips and give them to your child one at a time as he is able to read the new phrase.
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