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How to Create a Successful Montessori Schedule for Home PART 2

 

This post is PART 2. Please CLICK HERE to read PART 1 first. The first 3 tips are in PART 1. A successful Montessori schedule at home can look different from a school Montessori environment. And you know what? That is ok!

We are not able to keep up with the stricter Montessori how-to because of several factors, but we make a Montessori schedule for home work beautifully.

Please remember to visit our resources hub for Montessori Curriculum 3-6 activities and lessons ! It is full of wonderful hands-on ideas for you to use at home.

How to Create a Successful Montessori at home Schedule 

A successful Montessori schedule at home can look different from a school Montessori environment. And you know what? That is ok!

4 Always schedule free time for children to explore works on their own

Schedules are so helpful! They keep us in line and covering what we are supposed to in a timely manner. But don’t always get caught up with the scheduling part. Always allow for free time to just do a little bit of recon on the Montessori works in the room. You will enjoy sitting back and observing, especially after your children have been normalized in the Montessori Method and know how to take care of Montessori materials properly.

Also, you should know that the Montessori at Home Planner includes the very handy list of Montessori homeschool curriculum works to cover first, in case you were a bit lost or weren’t sure of the progression of all of the Montessori activities by subject.

Let's talk about how to create a successful Montessori schedule at home for a few minutes. Montessori at home can look different from a school Montessori environment. And you know what? That is ok!

Sale!

Montessori at Home Planner

$30.00 $19.99

This wonderful and very helpful Montessori Planner is 48 pages long. It is a digital download in PDF form and it includes:

  • Cover page
  • How to use this planner
  • Maria Montessori quotes
  • Helpful Resources
  • Montessori Sensitive Period Learning Chart
  • The Montessori 3 Period Lesson
  • How to use Montessori 3-Part Cards
  • Yearly Calendars (3)
  • Monthly Calendars (6)
  • Weekly Calendars (7)
  • Additional Forms
  • Arts & Crafts Ideas
  • Attendance Chart
  • Montessori Works Record Chart
  • Field Trips
  • My Favorite Montessori Works list
  • Notes page (2)
  • Montessori environment sketch page
  • Reading Log
  • Supply List
  • Bonus: Montessori Curriculum List with resources links!

Read more about this planner and get tips on how to get organized in your homeschool HERE!

It is a digital download in PDF form, so you can print as many copies as you need for personal use, year after year. 🙂

EU buyers, GO HERE!

5 Cycle through different levels of difficulty

Like I mentioned before, cycle through works and also, increase the layers of difficulty or progressions so the child keeps being interested in the work. Some ways in which you can add progressions is by including printables like 3-part cards and other printable materials.

For example, you can use a Montessori color tablet printable after you have introduced the Color Boxes and the child has mastered them. Or you can also use a Montessori parts of a flower printable in your Botany lesson. These things are so simple to include because they can seamlessly get added into the flow of learning without skipping a beat.

Let's talk about how to create a successful Montessori schedule at home for a few minutes. Montessori at home can look different from a school Montessori environment. And you know what? That is ok!

6 Keep it all simple and doable

For your own sanity and for the assurance that your Montessori at Home venture will continue, keep it simple! Use the Montessori at Home Planner to keep you from worrying about things. Set it and forget it! The planner will be very helpful for you to keep track of things and for the wonderful visuals on your child’s progression.

This Montessori at Home Planner has so much that it will really make it a lot easier for you to plan and schedule your days , weeks, months and years. Since it isn’t labeled by specific dates, you can use this year after year without worrying about it expiring.

Some other ways to keep it simple is by making your own Montessori materials to save money and to find ways to be better organized with your space and placement of things. For example, use a Montessori 3-part cards template to organize your 3-part cards. You will find it helpful, especially as your 3-part cards collection grows.

Let's talk about how to create a successful Montessori schedule at home for a few minutes. Montessori at home can look different from a school Montessori environment. And you know what? That is ok!

Sale!

Montessori at Home Planner

$30.00 $19.99

This wonderful and very helpful Montessori Planner is 48 pages long. It is a digital download in PDF form and it includes:

  • Cover page
  • How to use this planner
  • Maria Montessori quotes
  • Helpful Resources
  • Montessori Sensitive Period Learning Chart
  • The Montessori 3 Period Lesson
  • How to use Montessori 3-Part Cards
  • Yearly Calendars (3)
  • Monthly Calendars (6)
  • Weekly Calendars (7)
  • Additional Forms
  • Arts & Crafts Ideas
  • Attendance Chart
  • Montessori Works Record Chart
  • Field Trips
  • My Favorite Montessori Works list
  • Notes page (2)
  • Montessori environment sketch page
  • Reading Log
  • Supply List
  • Bonus: Montessori Curriculum List with resources links!

Read more about this planner and get tips on how to get organized in your homeschool HERE!

It is a digital download in PDF form, so you can print as many copies as you need for personal use, year after year. 🙂

EU buyers, GO HERE!

7 It is better to under-schedule than to over-schedule

It is so true! Trust me! If you set your standards too high too quickly, you will be disappointed often and your children will get burned out. It is definitely better to under-schedule than to over-schedule. Keep the flame of learning growing by not pushing too hard. You aren’t doing yourself any favors, nor your children when you are rushing through the material to get it all covered.

You can schedule a few extra activities in your Montessori at Home Planner, just in case you have additional time, but don’t stress over that if you don’t get to them that day (or that week). The most important thing is to enjoy your children and watch them enjoy their learning.

Montessori at home isn’t always the easiest to pull off, but it can be so rewarding! You won’t regret delving into this wonderful learning method. I love using my Montessori at Home Planner because it contains everything a newbie would need as well as a seasoned Montessorian. There is nothing else like it out there and you will really love using it.

Let's talk about how to create a successful Montessori schedule at home for a few minutes. Montessori at home can look different from a school Montessori environment. And you know what? That is ok!

I am so excited to be sharing your very own copy of this wonderful Montessori planner! It is one of the things I wish I had seven years ago when I first started teaching Montessori at home to my firstborn. Fast forward to today and this is still a great tool that I use with my two children, even though we’ve been at it for years now. I know you will like it as much as I do!

This planner is designed to keep you very organized so you never miss athing. But it was created in such a way that it can also be versatile to meet your personal homeschooling needs. This planner is for your own personal use at home, so feel free to print out each page as many times as you, the single user, needs. You can use it year after year, with multiple children. Yes, it is that wonderful!

Another great feature of this planner is that you can use it the Montessori way: get out of the way, observe and record. Use your planner to keep track of the works your children have done so you can see if there are any areas of need in their learning. You can also use this planner the standard way: to plan ahead. As homeschoolers, we know that it is sometimes unrealistic to have all of the Montessori works out at one time because of restricted space. So we find the need to rotate our materials.

As you rotate, keep track in this planner. So you see, you can use it both for hindsight, for looking ahead and for both, if that suits your style! If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email me. And if you love this product, please share this product link with your friends so they can also purchase their own copy.

Let's talk about how to create a successful Montessori schedule at home for a few minutes. Montessori at home can look different from a school Montessori environment. And you know what? That is ok!

Take a look at what is included in My Montessori at Home Planner!

Sale!

Montessori at Home Planner

$30.00 $19.99

This wonderful and very helpful Montessori Planner is 48 pages long. It is a digital download in PDF form and it includes:

  • Cover page
  • How to use this planner
  • Maria Montessori quotes
  • Helpful Resources
  • Montessori Sensitive Period Learning Chart
  • The Montessori 3 Period Lesson
  • How to use Montessori 3-Part Cards
  • Yearly Calendars (3)
  • Monthly Calendars (6)
  • Weekly Calendars (7)
  • Additional Forms
  • Arts & Crafts Ideas
  • Attendance Chart
  • Montessori Works Record Chart
  • Field Trips
  • My Favorite Montessori Works list
  • Notes page (2)
  • Montessori environment sketch page
  • Reading Log
  • Supply List
  • Bonus: Montessori Curriculum List with resources links!

Read more about this planner and get tips on how to get organized in your homeschool HERE!

It is a digital download in PDF form, so you can print as many copies as you need for personal use, year after year. 🙂

EU buyers, GO HERE!

Thank you for visiting our Montessori Schedule for Home post!

Do you love the Montessori Method and want to do Montessori at home, but don't know where to start or how to stay organized? I know exactly how you feel! I have been there! When I first started doing Montessori at home, there were so many things I wish I had known! I had so many questions and not many answers.

I felt so lost...

I created this Montessori at Home bundle with you in mind. This combo of ebook, planner, lists, tips and 3-part card mega bundle will get you started on the right track!

Come and take a look! It is a one-of-a-kind bundle at a very special price!

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Montessori at Home SUPER MEGA Printable Starter Bundle

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Montessori at Home Printable Starter Bundle

If you are like me and wanted to have a “support system” to get your Montessori at Home journey started successfully, then this is the bundle for you!

This Montessori at Home Printable Starter Bundle includes:

1~ A Montessori at Home Planner ($30 value)

This Montessori at Home Planner is a digital download in PDF form (48 pages long) and it includes:

  • Cover page, How to use this planner, Maria Montessori quotes, Helpful Resources
  • Montessori Sensitive Period Learning Chart, The Montessori 3 Period Lesson, How to use Montessori 3-Part Cards
  • Yearly Calendars (3), Monthly Calendars (6), Weekly Calendars (7)
  • Additional Forms, Arts & Crafts Ideas, Attendance Chart, Montessori Works Record Chart
  • Field Trips, My Favorite Montessori Works list, Notes page (2)
  • Montessori environment sketch page, Reading Log, Supply List
  • Bonus: Montessori Curriculum List with resources links!

2~ Montessori 3-Part Cards Mega Bundle ($72 value)

This Montessori 3-Part Cards Mega Bundle had 48 complete sets of 3-Part Cards in all kinds of topics you can imagine!

3~ Montessori at Home eBook ($19.99 value)

This fantastic eBook is what is going to set you up for success when it comes to planning to teach Montessori at Home. This eBook will give you the knowledge and confidence to get you started!

This set of 102 pages includes 11 chapters, 6 awesome Montessori resources and 12 very helpful printable charts and lessons.

Chapters

  • Why We Love to Teach Montessori at Home
  • Why You Should Teach Montessori at Home
  • Easy Montessori Prep Ideas for Busy Moms
  • 10 Tips to Making Inexpensive Montessori Materials & Free Downloads
  • How to Organize Montessori Materials at Home {Printable Montessori Labels}
  • 10 Things to know about teaching Montessori at home
  • How to Create a Successful Montessori Schedule for Home PART 1
  • How to Create a Successful Montessori Schedule for Home PART 2
  • The Montessori Three-Period Lesson {Printable List included}
  • How to use Montessori 3-Part Cards {Printable included}
  • DIY Montessori 3-Part Cards Organizer {Tutorial and Printable Template included}

Montessori Resources

  • The Montessori Curriculum Approach to Sensory Education with Printable
  • Easy Printable Montessori Lesson Ideas for Every Subject
  • 130+ Montessori & Montessori-Inspired Posts
  • The Best Montessori Books for Parents and Educators
  • Montessori-Friendly Living Books Library
  • The Ultimate Gift Guide for the Montessori Home
  • BONUS: Free Printable Montessori Curriculum List & Resources

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Have you been wanting to incorporate Montessori at home, but don't know where to start or how to implement what you know? This Montessori at home printable starter bundle is exactly what you need to get your journey on the right track from the beginning. Come and take a look at what it includes and why it can help you.

These 3 great resources are perfect for Montessori at home! Get all 3 separately for a total of $122

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