Free Montessori Inspired Printables and Resources

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When it comes to my free printables, I aim to post them regularly. There are a few beautiful three-part card sets and many come with blackline master pages for practicing handwriting.

I also love creating themed preschool learning mini packs with tracing, cutting, match-up activities, and more. Some activities can be laminated and reused many times when used with a magic marker or plastic pockets.

You may also like to check preschool planners for indoor and outdoor activities under the ‘For Teachers and Parents’ section. These can be quite handy for parents of young children or educators in a family child care setting.

We enjoy going on adventure hunts outdoors with my children. I included some examples of those along with My Nature Journal printable pages for you to take with you next time you are out and about.

Coloring cards are perfect for assisting children’s fine motor development and strengthening those little finger muscles. There are a couple of seasonal sets available in the resource library.

Sorting learning activities that you will find in the library are great for developing logical thinking. They also foster deeper concentration in the student and provoke their curiosity .

Don’t forget to check the Decalogue of Dr. Maria Montessori. There are two different types of printable – letter size and cards. Poster often gets hanged in the classroom as a gentle reminder for those in charge of little ones and their learning.

I love seeing my printables in action. You can visit the Instagram page to check all the different ways educators use them with their young learners.

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Here is the sneak peek into our subscriber resource library with free printables that took me many long hours to create with love for your young learners …


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