Our latest free printables are cards for the Logical Adjective Game and the Logical Adverb Game.
This wiki gives Montessori teachers a way to look up lessons online without having to lug out their albums in those giant binders, and as a place to share extensions, variations, and original lessons that they have come up with. This site is also for those who are not Montessori trained to learn more about the lessons that are taught in a Montessori classroom, such as parents who wish to use Montessori elements in a home-school environment. Click on one of the subject areas at the top of the page to see what we have so far.
From correcting a single typo, to adding a photo you've taken, to writing a full article, we need people like you to help build this site. We could especially use help filling in the step-by-step instructions for the lessons, and summaries and reviews of Montessori books and other materials. Please be sure that the information you enter is in your own words, don't copy information from training program handouts or from a book without permission. Check out the Example Lesson to see the format used on this website. If you've never edited a wiki before, you can check our tips on how to edit a page.
We are anxious to know what people think of this wiki so far. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions about anything on the site please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.