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Are you looking for a Montessori school in your community? Look below for a listing of schools online.

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Cool Sites for Parents

The Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM) is the key to one-stop, any-stop access to thousands of high quality lesson plans, curriculum units and other education resources on the Internet! GEM is a project of the U.S. Department of Education and is a special project of the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology. American Montessori Consulting is a member of the GEM Consortium.

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Cool Sites for Kids and Teens

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Visit Some of Our Other Montessori Sites Especially for Christians

  • Timo's Christian Clipart Site
  • Our Church Com!
  • Virtual Church Kids

    Useful Web Tools for Those Interested In Creating Their Own Pages

    American Montessori Consulting is not affiliated nor do we endorse any of the links listed on our web pages.

    American Montessori Consulting offers the *Montessori at Home* books. These books are used by parents and teachers to teach children using the Montessori method. Our titles include:

    Montessori at Home: A Complete Guide to Teaching

    Your Preschooler at Home Using the Montessori method;

    Modern Montessori at Home: A Creative Teaching Guide for Parents

    of Children Six through Nine Years of Age;

    and

    Modern Montessori at Home II: A Creative Teaching Guide for

    Parents of Children Six through Nine Years of Age.

    Here are *some* of the topics covered in Montessori at Home: A Complete Guide to Teaching Your Preschooler at Home Using the Montessori method:

    1. An Introduction to Maria Montessori's Philosophy

    2. Presenting the Lessons in Your Home

    3. Making the Montessori Apparatus

    4. Presenting the Lessons to Your Three Year Old

    5. Presenting the Lesson to Your Four Year Old

    6. Kindergarten at Home for the Four or Five Year Old

    You'll learn how to tailor the environment to meet your child's needs. You'll receive an overview of the typical Montessori school of today. You can easily make some of the Montessori apparatus yourself. Tips on where to buy materials needed to make the apparatus, plus instructions on how to present the lessons. You can help your child learn colors, recognize geometrical shapes, make comparisons and so forth. By learning the Montessori practical life exercises your child will gain confidence. You'll also learn how to present exercises that will help prepare your child for reading, writing and math.

    For detailed information about this book or any of our books in the *Montessori at Home* series, just send an e-mail inquiry to info@amonco.org (or)