Princess Theme School
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Now on to more fun things! my little sister is three and this year my mom is starting some theme work for her each month! So I of course thought that I could help out! You who have been following along with me for a while knows that I love to make Montessori inspired themed trays of work! So I brought out a theme set we did a couple of years ago and I added some fun elements to it! So I thought I would share the tray with you in case you have a little girl who would love some of this fun too! I was able to use some printables and create some work that still holds true to the Montessori principles. The Printable kit is free from 1+1+1=1! Here is what we have on the shelf!
Princess Play dough
(Purple and sparkly with these cookies cutters I had)!
Cards and Counters
Reading and Matching
Color by number
Pouring in a Goblet
Princess and Not Princess Sorting
Princess Three part Cards
(These are more reading practice then educational. We used them for memory match too)
Finish the Pattern
Scrubbing Glass Slipper
Spooning Fairy Dust
(These were vintage glass decorations that were my grandma’s. Aren’t they fun?)
So this is how I was able to combine some Montessori fun with the convenience of a printable. With printing things out and making them a tray work to be chosen when the child want, you are able to preserve the essence of the Montessori work. There are a lot of other ideas on my Princess Theme School Pintrest Board. So do any of you use printables in your homeschool? Do you use them with Montessori work? I would love to hear how you work with your preschoolers! Happy Schooling!