Love those triangle boxes for article, adj and noun! Also the last photo, where did you get this alphabet matching? I wonder if they have it in cursive? Its fun looking on your shelves! Thank you!
I bought the grammar boxes from Amy Cox. She is a Montessori teacher that has an Etsy shop where she sells Montessori materials and other neat things. The alphabet was bought at the AMS conference in Chicago several years ago. The lady that sold it to me lives in Wisconsin, but I can't remember the name of her company. I will try to find it for you.Thanks so much for the compliments. I will be adding more photos of the other areas of the classroom.http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=6282845§ion_id=5790400
It's all gorgeous! Further makes me wish I had been given the gift of Montessori schooling...
Your shelves and the materials you have out look so nice! Love the parts of speech boxes. Very cool!Question for you...do you have many children who like to use the larger size wooden pieces that go with Handwriting without Tears? We use handwriting without tears, but I only purchased the magnetic ones that go with the wipe off board. What is your opinion of the larger wooden ones?I keep going back and forth as to whether or not to order these.
I love the larger ones. The kids use them all the time. I use it with the small chalkboard. It allows them to be successful with their handwriting. Thanks for the compliments and the goody package.
Thanks for sharing pictures of your classroom. What is the child pouring in the practical life picture?
Macaroni in the shape of "O". I dyed them with food coloring and alcohol.