Welcome to Free Resource Library
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If you are looking to save some precious time and offer your children hands-on learning opportunities, then you will love these Montessori and Nature-inspired printables accessible at your fingertips!
It brings great pleasure to be able to share with you printables that took me many long hours to create. After years of experience working in a Montessori classroom in Russia and Australia, homeschooling my children and running a Montessori inspired blog, I am humbled to hear that my experience translates into materials children love working with.
As you will see, my materials are clear, easy to implement and engaging. I always aim to create printables that capture a child’s attention and develop their ability to concentrate on an engaging task.
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You will find educational resources that support a child’s development in many different areas: math, language, practical life skills, logical thinking, sensory development, fine motor and more.
I also included practical life food preparation PDFs to help you plan your activities and gather helpful tools. You will find a printable with an example of a daily rhythm of a Forest School to get you inspired and a guide on how to find a guide on how to choose a Montessori school for your child.
You will find the links to enroll in two courses for free: The Best Start in Life: Early Childhood Development for Sustainable Development and The Science of Learning – What Every Teacher Should Know
Whether you are an educator in the classroom or at home, I trust these resources will allow you to create fun learning activities for your students to explore.
I hope you have the best time teaching little humans!
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Open the PDF file with Adobe Acrobat Reader
In the “Page Sizing & Handling” section, select “Fit.”
In the “Orientation” sections, select “Auto portrait/landscape” if needed
Check “Save ink/toner” (optional)
Click “Advanced Print Setup”, select “Print As Image”.
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What does a successful early childhood care program look like?
How has a child’s brain developed at the age of 3?
How does nutrition impact the future well-being of a child into adulthood?
Learn the answers to these questions and more in “The Best Start in Life: Early Childhood Development for Sustainable Development”.
With leading experts in the field – hailing from Harvard University, New York University and UNICEF, among other institutions – you’ll explore how neuroscience, sociology, anthropology and other studies have influenced understanding of early childhood development.
This course is for:
Graduate students and advanced undergraduate students who are interested in the key concepts and practices in early childhood development.
Teachers interested in the societal and biological factors impacting the children they support.
A teaching course for K-12 teachers about the science of learning and how to use current research to improve classroom outcomes.
This education course will show you, through current research, how we learn — the way our brain makes, stores, and retrieves memories.
You will examine common misconceptions and misunderstandings about learning that can prevent students from learning at their fullest capacity.
Along the way you will explore the practical implications of cognitive science for classroom teaching in terms of choosing effective instructional strategies, developing useful assessments, motivating student effort, and designing learner-centered curricular units.
This course is aimed to enhance the practice of K-12 teachers.
Download Carly’s daily foreschool school rhythm detailed description.
Carly is the founding Director of Natureweavers, an award winning forest school on the Sunshine Coast. Nestled into the sunrise side of Black Mountain, Carly mentors children, families and adults and trains educators, teachers and those who live, work and play with children in practical and theoretical approaches to learning in, with and from nature and has been doing so since 2010.
Carly is an accredited Nature Pedagogue with the International Association of Nature Pedagogy, and she delivers practical sessions to inspire and encourage adults to learn in, with and from nature alongside children. Carly is an also environmental advocate with 14 years experience in the non-government, community and education sectors.
Download the Four-Week Food Prep Plan and use it in your classroom or home. Each week has a different theme and contains five different types of food preparation activities planned for you including a shopping list and space for notes in PDF form. I also share my favorite resources, links, and inspiration to save you time preparing your next set of food prep activities.
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Fine Motor and Colouring
For Teachers & Parents
Math, DIY and Posters
ABC & Sequencing Cards
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