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  • Art Project for Children with Masking Tape & Paint – Hand / Eye at You can do this at home with household objects such as masking tape or chalk; you can even do it outside on a sidewalk.
  • Slippery Fish Song For Toddlers – Music the Montessori Way at Enjoy music the Montessori way – fun activity for your child to keep learning and have an appreciation for music.
  • Arts & Crafts Project the Montessori Way at You can do this project at home with household objects. Keep your children active and learning! Learn concentration, organizational skills, and being neat and tidy. Plus it’s just fun.
  • Learn Math the Montessori Way – Multiplication Bead Board at Mathematics multiplication bead board, one of the math activities used to set strong mathematics foundation in young children.
  • Learn Clothespin, a Practical Life Activity – Enhance Fine Motor Skills at Clothespin exercise helps children with their fine motor skills and helps them with everyday living.
  • Learn the Colors in Spanish – Colores en Español at Help your child gain an awareness of the Spanish language in this fun activity. Go through the colors in Spanish.
  • Pin Poking Activity – Improves Hand-eye Coordination in Children at This pin poking activity improves hand-eye coordination in children and prepares them for writing. This activity is for children 3 to 5 years of age.
  • Washing Activity – Children Learn at Home the Montessori Way at Washing job activity in practical life helps children with hand movement, coordination and concentration
  • Yoga for Kids at Home – Yoga the Montessori Way at Montessori uses physical activities to help children learn. Children simple yoga poses for children. For children of all ages!
  • Sensory Learning – Children Learn Sight, Smell, Hearing, Taste, and Touch at Use household objects to help your child learn about the five senses – sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch. For children ages 18 months to 3 years.
  • Objects to Letter Matching (Language) for Children Ages 3 to 5 years at For children ages 3 to 5 years of age. This is a great way to learn letters, beginning sounds, and you can match objects around the house to the “phonics” and “sounds” as they begin to learn to associate sounds, objects, and letters.
  • Learn Addition via a Math Strip Board at This is for children ages 4 to 6 years of age. This is a fun way to teach addition for your children; download the materials at our remote learning site, and download the “addition stripboard.”
  • Tracing with Sand Paper at Tracing work for children ages 2 to 4 years of age helps with hand eye coordination. It develops writing skills. You can do this at home with sugar if you don’t have sand!
  • Montessori Lesson on Fine Motor Skills via Sponges and Water at This simple water and sponge job develops fine motor skills in children. This also helps them in writing and develops concentration in young children.
  • Enjoy a fun story with your child, ‘Baby Beluga Read Out Loud’ (Music) at Fun way to teach learning and music to your child at home.
  • Science the #Montessori way is fun and learning, together. Enjoy a digital lesson you can do at home to learn how a flower blooms at
  • One of the funnest stories ever is ‘Llama, Llama, Red Pajama Outloud‘ at Reading is FUNdamental for your child. Enjoy this read outloud story of Llama, Llama, Red Pajama.
  • Maps tell us where we are, but do you know how to use them? Enjoy a fun learning lesson on mapping based on #Montessori principles at Try to find an old map, or perhaps one online, and work with your child to help him or her understand where you are and where other family members are. Maps are fun!
  • Another fun digital lesson for you and your children! ‘Learn the Alphabet via the Phonic Song’ at Help your kids learn to read via this fun “phonic song.” For example,, “Apple” is Ap Ap Ap Ap, “Baby” is B B B B B, etc. Take some household items in your own home, and “sing” with your kids so that they learn first to hear the sounds and then they’ll be ready to learn to write them down and read them. Have fun!
  • What month is it? How do you count in English and Spanish? Enjoy a fun-filled lesson on learning the months of the year and counting in Spanish at Counting the numbers in English and Spanish. Let Miss Alice show your kids how to go through the months of the year, and then to count in both English and Spanish!
  • Have you read the book, ‘Journey Home From Grandpa’s?‘ Enjoy a fun read-aloud lesson on this awesome book at It’s a sing along for toddlers.
  • Enjoy a fun, digital lesson based on the “Rainbow Song with Coloring Activity” plus some good tips on how to do this Montessori activity at home at Colors are a foundational learning skill, and they’re run.
  • Enjoy a fun, quick digital lesson for your child by Miss Olivia from the Danville Campus. Read along as she goes reads ‘Brown Brown What Did You See,’ one of our favorite children’s stories at
  • This simple water and sponge job develops fine motor skills in children. This also helps them in writing and develops concentration in young children at

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