Make Your Own (Page 2)

Oh wow! I just realized that I’ve never blogged about my Fraction Circles and Frames! How did I miss that? I LOVE my fraction circles and frames! I have ONE shelf in our dining room for Montessori math materials, so I just don’t have space to display the large insetContinue Reading

In my store, I have quite a selection of files to download and use with your Cricut machine. While each file is labeled with it’s most popular use, they can actually be used to make many different Montessori materials. Earlier this week someone posed a question on a Facebook group,Continue Reading

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I am thrilled to announce another item in my Montessori Bead Cabinet range. This time, I’m calling it The Flat-Pack Bead Cabinet – which makes me giggle! You already seen my other Bead Cabinet options – Print Your Own Squares and Cubes and Cut Your Own Squares and Cubes –Continue Reading

Thank you for purchasing The Flat-Pack Bead Cabinet from StarLitDay! I know you’ll love it! This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a small commission, at no cost to you, if you make a purchase through a link. The videos below will help you assemble your Cubes,Continue Reading

Racks and Tubes or Test-Tube Division. A landmark elementary Montessori material. But with a price point starting at $150, and running up to $270 for a premium version, it’s not a material that’s easy to purchase for one or two homeschooling children – especially if you’re starting mid-way through yourContinue Reading

One hallmark of Montessori is the multi-level environment. In a Montessori school classrooms usually have about a 3 year age span. During their time in the class students get to experience being the youngest, and also the most experienced. Students learn to work with peers who they can mentor, andContinue Reading

Ancient Egyptians wrote on papyrus, so of course we used papyrus and learnt about it as part of our study of ancient Egypt. We even made our own glue and papyrus! A while ago, when we talked about Sumer and Ancient Mesopotamia we tried making cuneiform tablets, so I decidedContinue Reading

If you’ve been reading along, you’ll know that we’ve been all about Ancient Egypt lately. To help us learn our gods and goddesses I created a new set of game cards for our Guess Who game! This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive a small commission, atContinue Reading

I’m getting ready to work through the decanomial with Funball, and you need A LOT of bead bars. I have the checkerboard box, but there just aren’t enough bars! I puzzled over what I was going to do for a few weeks…and came up with files to cut on myContinue Reading

Sometimes, over dinner, Daisy will ask to play “Function Machine.” It comes from Dreambox – a math program they have access to through our school district. Daisy isn’t that far into Dreambox to have even see the function machine yet, but we must have started playing when Funball was inContinue Reading