I love Pinterest. It can be used for all kinds of things: party planning, gift wishlists, a virtual cookbook, a blogroll, DIY ideas, etc. I, however, primarily use it to collate inspiring ideas, activities, information and spaces for learning and play for my kids. All things Montessori are my biggest influence and I’ve recently re-organised my Montessori at home boards to make them easier for myself (and others!) to find what I’m looking for. I thought I would share (click on any picture of the board to go directly to it):
Montessori home environments
This board contains Montessori inspired spaces from the around the home
(includes play & work spaces and kitchen & bathroom set ups)
This board is full of inspiring Montessori homeschool classrooms
This board has inspiration for nurseries for the littlest Montessorians
(featuring safe sweet spaces with floorbeds, mobiles and everything at infant height)
Before you know it, you have a walking, talking toddler who has a whole new set of needs for his/her bedroom
I find Montessori bedrooms for those beyond toddlerdom difficult to find..
Here is a set of the rooms I’ve came across
Montessori activities & ideas
Pinterest is my go-to place for activity information. The web is full of great engaging ideas for all ages
This board is specifically for Infant/Toddler Montessori Activities
The ideas I pin here are uniquely for the 0-2 year age group
This board has my favourite Montessori and Montessori-inspired materials and toys
For the crafty and budget conscious – Montessori DIY tutorials and Thrifting ideas
Some lovely and useful free educational Montessori printables
I have other Montessori related boards with classrooms and information/advice at my Pinterest, other indoor/outdoor spaces and Reggio and Waldorf boards.
You may find my sharing on these great linkys!