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Montessori for Elementary: Getting Into The Nitty Gritty of Lessons with the Montessori Work Cycle

The Montessori elementary work cycle consists of: (1) Lessons, also called presentations; (2) Follow-up work; (3) Practice work, also known as skill-based work or ongoing work; and (4) Big work, also known as “great work”.

Montessori for Elementary: Making Your Daily Schedule

What does a Montessori homeschooling day look like? We talk about creating a schedule for our child doing home-based learning in this post.

Montessori for Elementary: Homeschooling Multiple Children

I’m taking a short Montessori course for parents who are homeschooling their elementary kids and sharing what I learn here in the blog. This is the seventh article in the series.

Montessori for Elementary: Preparing Yourself As A Homeschooling Parent (Yes, This Is Important!)

Perhaps more important than preparing your home, preparing yourself — as a parent doing homeschooling for probably the first time this year — is vital for success. And sanity.

Montessori for Elementary: How To Prepare Your Home Environment

From philosophy — an ideal environment is supportive of independence — to practice — keep materials in baskets in easy-to-reach shelves — here’s how you can prepare your house for Montessori homeschooling.

Montessori for Elementary: The One Thing You Have To Do Every Day (Especially At The Start Of Your Home Program)

Because even the best-laid plans…

Montessori for Elementary: Balancing Freedom and Responsibility

Freedom is the aspect of Montessori that distinguishes it from other educational approaches. The flip side of the coin: responsibility. How do we balance these two in our kids?

Practical Life Activities for Elementary-Age Kids

If you’re looking for a plain and simple list of elementary-age practical life activities that you can choose from, you’ve come to the right place.

Montessori for Elementary: How Our Kids Change — And How We Can Best Support Them — At Age 6-12

Elementary kids change physically, mentally and psychologically — here’s how we can make the most of those changes and help them best.

Montessori for Elementary School Kids: Introduction

I’m taking a short Montessori course for parents who are homeschooling their elementary kids this year and I’m sharing here the things that I learn throughout the course.