Six to Nine Lower Elementary Montessori Homeschool

 

What's included: 

Language, grammar, and function of words:
 Phonograms Part One
 Capital Letters
 Cursive
 Article Game
 Noun & Adjective Game with Farm Animals
 Logical Adjective & Noun Game (adjective relations to the nouns)
 Detective Adjective Game with Triangles
 Phonogram Word Lists Part Two
 Poetry Basket
 Simple Punctuation
 Making Simple Sentences
 Writing a Simple Essay
 Conjunction Game with Roses
 Preposition Games with Roses and Farm Animals
 Verb Game
 Verb Command Cards & Function of the Verb (moving towards interpretive reading)
 Different Apects of the Verb, exercises with verb tenses
 Adverb Game
 Logical Adverb Game
 Journal Writing One, Two, Three, Four: keeping a daily journal for writing practice
 Advanced Phonograms
 Story about reading: "The Piece of Paper Which Sees and Speaks"
 Story about reading: "A Pair of Spectacles"
 Introduction and Technical Presentation of The Secret Message (a reading exercise)
 Two Different Levels of Reading (words and sentences and logical reading)
 Reading Level, Words Activities
 The Function of Words * Grammar for Reading and Writing Introduction
 Nouns: Function of the Noun, The Noun Family, and The Multitude Story (the meaning of nouns)
 Definite and indefinite articles with article box activities including writing labels
 The Verb Family: verb, adverb, pronoun; and VF charts
 A World of Grammar: conjunction & preposition
 Interjection, an Introduction
 Function of the Interjection: activities, name and etymology and symbol
 The Grammar Boxes, an Introduction
 The Noun Grammar box

Math:
 Introduction to Math (brief review for 3-6)
 Introduction to Golden Beads 1-1000
 Introduction to Symbols 1-9000
 Golden Beads & Symbols (Function of the Decimal System & Symbols)
 Formation of Complex Numbers with Golden Beads and Symbols
 Simple Addition with Golden Beads
 Addition or Positive Snake Game
 Addition Strip Board
 Subtraction Simple with Golden Beads
 Addition Chartss
 Subtraction Negative Snake Game
 Subtraction Negative Strip Boards
 Subtraction Charts
 Carrying
 Dynamic Addition with Golden Beads
 Dynamic Subtraction with Golden Beads
 Skip Counting
 Subtraction Stamp Game
 Subtraction in Stages
 Cube Chain of Five
 100 Chain
 1000 Chain
 The Stamp Game
 Simple Addition with the Stamp Game
 Simple Subtraction Stamp Game
 Dynamic Subtraction with the Stamp Game
 Multiplication Tables with Colored Beads
 Multiplication with Golden Beads
 Dynamic Multiplication with Golden Beads
 Simple Division with Golden Beads
 Multiplication with the Stamp Game
 Dynamic Multiplication with Stamp Game
 Multiplication Board
 Multiplication Charts
 Dynamic Division with Golden Beads
 Long Division with Golden Beads
 Short Bead Frame
 The Dot Game Addition
 Linear Counting with 100 Bead Chain advanced
 Powers of Numbers (Bead Board of Powers)

Geometry:
 Introduction to Geometry
 Introduction to the Square of Pythagoras
 Square of Pythagoras
 Cones & Cylinders
 Cubes
 Polygons
 Prisms
 Pyramids
 Geometry Commands 1-39 (39 activities)
 The Line and Its Parts
 Nomenclature and Details of Geometry
 The Sticks
 Presentation of the Plane
 Position of a Straight Line
 Three Concepts from Space to the Plane
 Two Straight Lines Lying in the Same Plane
 Two Straight Parallel Lines
 Divergent Lines
 Convergent Lines
 Prolonging the Lines
 Study of Angles

Fractions:
 Introductory Lesson
 Naming
 Halves
 Thirds
 Fraction Tickets (writing fraction symbols)
 Equivalents
 Addition
 Subtraction
 Multiplication
 Division

Science experiments:
 Bubbles
 Air
 Sink & Float
 Boats
 Syphon
 Two Jars
 Post Card
 Candle in Glass
 Shadows
 Three Stages of Matter
 Magnet Sort
 Hidden Magnet
 Compass

Geography:
 Intro to Geography: "The child in the Montessori environment needs to perfect her senses. After six years of age she realizes that there is a larger environment than her family and she wants to..."
 Needs of People of the World
 Spiritual Needs of People of the World
 Environments
 Flags-
 Peace Education: "The essentials of education for peace are built into the Montessori curriculum at every level. At the preschool stage when children are in an absorbent state of mind (Philosophy & Psychology), they are exposed to the Continents of the World and the Peoples of the World (Geography Curriculum), thus providing the basis for a global view of life and humanity's part in it. At the elementary stage students are..."
 Land Forms Construction
 Land Forms Presentation
 Land Forms Make Cards ("Cutting Land Forms")
 Land Forms and Globe
 Land Forms and Planispheres
 Land Forms Nomenclature
 Impressionistic Geography Charts Experiments Introduction--text only
 Impressionistic Geography Charts Experiments 1 to 44--text only
 Impressionistic Geography Charts Set One 1-28a--access to online picture gallery

History & Telling Time & Cosmic Education:
 Birthday Time Line (first introduction to concept of history and time)
 The Clock first lessons
 Telling Time lesson
 Introduction to Concept of Actual Time lesson
 Hour
 One Half Hour
 One Quarter Hour
 Minutes
 History Introduction (Elementary)
 History from Maria Montessori's Pedagogical Anthropology, Introduction
 Introduction to Concept of Regular Unit of Measure (Time)
 Calendars, One Year Time Line, Child's Life Time Line and Family Time Line, and A Short History of Child's Life
 The Year and Its Parts
 Introduction to Cosmic Education
 God Who Has No Hands
 Intro to Cosmic Education
 Fundamental Needs of Man/People for 6-9 (Review)
 History of Fundamental Needs of Man/People: Stages in Progress of Civilization
 The Clock of Eras
 Time Line of the Clock of Eras
 Clock of Eras Definitions
 Clock of Eras online picture gallery
 History of Creation: The Story of the Drop of Water for the Clock of Eras (The Second Cosmic Tale)

Botany / Zoology:
 Botany Introduction
 Botany Outline
 Plant Experiment
 Mono cot and Di cot
 Parts of a Real Plant, Leaf, Root
 Parts of a Plant Cards
 Parts of a Flower Activities
 Zoology Introduction (review 3 to 6)
 Zoology Outline (3 to 6 and 6 to 9)
 Zoology Animal Classified Cards (review 3 to 6)
 The Study of Nature--text only: Outings
 The First Knowledge of the Animal Kingdom: Classified Nomenclature for Zoology: Animal Story Card Games--with pictures (knowledge of animal kingdom and reading practice)
 The animal stories for the above--text only (46 stories in all, invertebrates and vertebrates)
 First Classification of the Animal Kingdom: introduction with zoology charts & labels including invertebrates and vertebrates
 First Classification of the Animal Kingdom continued with zoology charts and definitions
 Classified Nomenclature for Internal & Other Parts of Vertebrates: a more detailed study of vertebrates as they relate to evolution/creation (fish, amphibians, reptiles)
 Classified Nomenclature for External & Other Parts of Vertebrates: a more detailed study of vertebrates as they relate to evolution/creation (birds, mammals)
 The labels for the classification charts (55 labels)

Physics 6 to 9 experiments that are part of the Great Lessons and Cosmic
Education:
 Cold--freezing
 The formation of the star
 Solid, liquid, gas
 Liquid, viscous
 Passing from solid to liquid to gas
 Passing from gas to liquid to solid
 Particles which love each other and which don’t (mix)
 Chemical combination of gas
 Crystallization
 Chemical reaction
 Precipitation
 Properties of solids, liquid, and gas
 Elastic, plastic, rigid
 Matter changes at different temperatures
 Law of gravity
 Rapidity of cooling and mass of bodies
 Volcano
 Matter expands when it is heated
 Quick evaporation

Montessori Methodology and Philosophy articles: The Montessori Adult’s Role in the 3 to 6 Environment; The Mind of the Elementary Child; The  Elementary Environment; Setting Up a Montessori Environment In a Nutshell; The Three Period Lesson.

​I'm thrilled to have found your resources. Your material is fantastic! I have 5 & 8 yr old boys who have been in Montessori school since age 3. I can't afford it any more so they are at home this year.~J. P.

Are you "temporarily homeschooling" due to the Corona Virus and school closures? If yes, please contact me after your membership is approved so I can help you NOT get overwhelmed and offer you some tips. ~Lisa Nolan!