At first, I thought that I could either homeschool my young children or send them to a Montessori school for them to learn the Montessori method.
I have homeschooled my children over several grade levels using the Montessori method for more than seven years now.
At the beginning, I was a little lost on what to include in their lessons, the order of the topics introduced, what subjects to include and so much more.
I had so many questions about Montessori activities at home!
So, as I learned and researched, I got a pretty good idea on what worked and what didn’t work. I also discovered when to introduce what.
Following the sensitive periods chart that Maria Montessori was the creator of, really helped our home environment.
You can get your copy here. It is another great addition to our free homeschooling resources!
In this post, I will be sharing with you a list of free Kindergarten homeschool curriculum for doing Montessori at home.
You can get it as a printable to refer to when you are teaching your lessons.
Don’t forget to visit our Montessori at Home hub! It is full of wonderful ideas, tips and tricks about this wonderful method!
Free Kindergarten Homeschool Curriculum
This list gives you the top 10 lessons to teach first, using the Montessori approach.
Not only is it a wonderful homeschool resource, but I also link to the lessons on many of these topics.
I made all the work for you!
All you have to do is save the download to your computer and print it out.
Whenever you’re ready to teach a lesson, open the file on your computer and click on the link that takes you to the lesson.
You read the lesson in this free curriculum, gather the materials and you are set!
You are ready to teach your kids the lessons with success and with ease! Isn’t that wonderful?
Some of the lessons that I have included need some of the Montessori materials that are hands-on and that you need to buy.
But other lessons include some of the printables that I have made to use in these lessons.
This is why it is important to keep the file on your computer so you can click on the lessons and get the downloads for those principles.
I suggest that you prepare your lessons a day or two before you teach them.
One of the reasons why is so you can have enough time to download it and print it out.
And another reason is so you can familiarize yourself with the materials and maybe do a practice lesson before you actually teach your child or children.
If this is your first time teaching Montessori at home, don’t get discouraged!
You can absolutely do it and here are some encouraging posts that you might want to read that show you that you can definitely do it.
Montessori at Home
If you have a lesson that will need you to use three-part cards.
If you have never used them before, make sure that you read this post the teachers you on how to set them up and how to present them to your child with each lesson.
It isn’t hard to do, but since it is a new concept for you and your child, it is important that you know exactly how it works.
That way, you get the most out of it and your child will also get the most out of it.
Click here or on the image below to learn how to use 3-part cards!
If you want to print just these topics for each subject, but in short form, so you can keep better track of when you are presenting the material.
When your child is mastering it, you will want to check out these wonderful resources that I have also made but I think you’ll find very helpful on your Montessori at home journey.
Montessori Curriculum PDF
We have the planner, which includes all kinds of calendars, planners and charts as well as Maria Montessori quotes that will inspire you And keep you on track.
We also have the e-book for Montessori at home.
This e-book will give you the tools that you need to build your confidence and know that you can absolutely and definitely with 100% certainty you can do Montessori at home.
This is a must have, especially on those days that you are discouraged and aren’t sure if you can do it on your own. We also have the three part cards mega bundle.
This bundle includes 48 three-part card sets that you will absolutely love and find very helpful. It is all there for you.
All you need to do is get your computer to download the file, get your printer ready with color ink, load it up with paper and get to work!
I personally like to cut them out and laminate them for durability.
After all that work, it will definitely be hard to keep them in good condition so you don’t have to keep printing and cutting the same set because they get damaged.
I hope you find this list helpful for you. I made this list thinking about my first days, weeks and months homeschooling my children doing Montessori at home.
This is the List I wish I had when I was starting out. I hope it saves you a lot of time and stress.
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Montessori Curriculum Free Download
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