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Montessori and Charlotte Mason
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1   Link   Counting Coconuts
A place where you'll find lots of learning activities and ideas for toddlers and preschoolers inspired mostly by the Montessori method. There's also a good dose of mama made creations and crafty goodness here, too!
2   Link   The Little List
Our favorite tutorials for making your own Montessori materials as well as FREE Montessori printables
3   Link   Living Montessori Now
First the basic facts: I have my Montessori certification for teaching children ages 2½-5 through the St. Nicholas Training Centre in London, now called Montessori Centre International. I’ve also completed an online course through Karen Tyler of Worldwide Montessori Online to refresh my Montessori training. My bachelor’s degree from Antioch University is in Liberal Studies with my concentration in Montessori Elementary and Early Childhood Education.
4   Link   The Homeschool Den
Welcome to The Homeschool Den! Our blog shares the homeschooling adventures of our kids who are 8 (LD), almost 6 (DD) and 3 1/2 (ED). In any given week we might enjoy math games, science projects or experiments, geography challenges and history projects, lots of reading, plenty of time outdoors in nature, Montessori inspired activities, and lots of other hands-on fun. Come have a glimpse at what we've been up to lately.
5   Link   Homeschool Escapade
We school using a mixture of Montessori and Mason methods. (and anything else that's fun)

6   Link   Practical Pages
I'm so glad you stopped by!I love to share our notebook and lapbook pages, and many practical tips and ideas for homeschooling.
7   Link   Montessori 123
Montessori Materials at Learn Collection. Specializing in curriculums, montessori curriculums, preschool curriculums and classroom materials.
8   Link   Montessori

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