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42 Responses to “Montessori Albums”

  1. Louella says:

    http://euskalmusika.com/wikimed.php?info=viagra-ohne-rezept-online-bestellen viagra ohne rezept online bestellen I have browsed your album and I think they are great. Thank you so much for sharing them. They helped me understand what the beads are for as well as how to introduce the concepts and perform the exercises the montessori way. My son goes to a montessori school but their curriculum is based on textbooks and they barely touch the montessori materials that is why I have decided to give him after school activities and having done research on montessori education has convinced me that the authentic approach would really help my son master the concepts. Would you know where else I could find albums for other subjects?

  2. Elizabeth says:

    i want to buy viagra I’d really like a Cosmic Education Manual – if anyone knows of one out there. (?) I have one from my MWEI training but I’m keen to collect more.
    I downloaded the geometry manual from above and wow it’s excellent. Thanks again,
    Elizabeth
    Cycle 3,
    Qld, Australia :)

  3. Glenda Livingston says:

    Hi Gil,

    I want to acknowledge all your efforts and generosity with sharing your albums for free.

    Unfortunately, I believe you miss the point of Montessori training… through taking the training and compiling one’s own albums through ‘being there’ in person, in the training, with the trainer, asking questions, adding the details one gains a knowledge of the depth of Montessori’s work.
    The people who simply download your work are being fooled into believing that they have all the training necessary to be Montessori teachers. Wrong! Tell people to take a course in which they have to do their own work, not hang off of yours.

    Beautiful things are seldom easy!

    • Julie D. says:

      Glenda,
      I’m so glad you mentioned the value of Montessori training. (A must to really understand it all.)

      As an upper el Mont. teacher of 8 years, it is nice to see another album such as this. It is rejuving and I am able to give the lesson in a slightly different way.

    • tammy says:

      Thats true Glenda,

      But some of us are not able to take training. I have four very young children who need me, and though I would love to take classes, I can’t. So I’m very grateful for this website.

  4. Kim says:

    Hello, I’m a AMI student trainee and I found your abums great! thanks

  5. Melissa says:

    Does anyone know where to order skyscrapers? I have been searching for days. Please help!

    • Rita says:

      Melissa, it is more than 3 years ago that you asked this question. Montessori Research and Development has them, but I do not think they are called skyscrapers. They are word study.

  6. Kelli says:

    Thank you for sharing. I am a Montessori inspired homeschooling mom with a limited budget, so finding your albums shared for free has been a blessing. Your albums(mixed with some others I have found online) have made it possible for me to really employ the method as much as the materials. So again thank you for sharing the most valuable gift of knowledge!

  7. Rachel says:

    In response to Glenda and Julie –

    Not everyone has the opportunity, whether financial or otherwise, to take a course in Montessori theory and practice. Many (if not most) are homeschoolers, who have little time to go in-depth.

    True, it’s not perfect, but an dedicated parent can certainly do a good enough job in teaching their children.

  8. Debbi says:

    Nice to see a fellow Dharma Practitioner working in Montessori. Such a perfect fit :)

  9. Mayte says:

    Thank you for sharing the albums and everything on them. Really helpful :)) i downloaded them on my iphone and read themregularly. Best wishes is everything you do :))

  10. rajeshwari says:

    simply superb!!!!! would be great if sensorials are also shown. brilliant effort.
    hats off!

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  12. Jessica says:

    Greetings!

    I am curious about your comment on the albums “more 7-11”. Within math and language, I can see the “weak at the bottom” if a child is not coming from a full primary environment where their needs were truly and fully met. For those children we have the remediation or bridge activities for the first couple of months of elementary to get them up to par with the math and reading skills.

    However, “weak at the top” the mathematics album, as you have it laid out, is NOT. Much of the later material, even in a full classroom where needs are truly and fully met, might not even be touched in an elementary classroom and can be utilized in the early months or first year of an adolescent program. Ratio and proportion, beginning algebra, for example.

    To many people the language album feels light after the intensity of the grammar boxes and the language analysis, but in practical application, the use of literature, writing skills, exploration of cultures and languages, studying the people and history that developed those particular languages and nuances – these things go much deeper than the albums seem to suggest. Thus we certainly wouldn’t want to add anything to either the math or the language album; we want to preserve the children’s time for following their interests and also (in 3rd and 6th year) assuring they have met the local educational standards.

    Geometry DOES feel light indeed, but again in practical application done properly, it leads to art, historical study, nature study, and introductory mathematical concepts.

    Due to the cosmic education nature of elementary, each album in and of itself can appear weak in one area or another, or even multiple areas; however, when integrated with one another history, geography (earth sciences), biology (life sciences), music, mathematics, geometry, and language, through a full application of the theory, provide the child everything he or she to not only learn responsibility to requirements but take off on deep, intense studies of a wide variety.

    The sad thing is: they “only” have 6 years at this age level. 😉

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  14. Lauren says:

    Jonathon,

    Thank you for sharing your wonderful work. How generous you are.

    Although I agree that the training and assembling of ones own manual/album is essential (as mentioned by those above) it is also nice to see what others have/do so one may reflect upon their own and be inspired through comparing and sharing.

    It is a difficult thing for us all, finding that balance of sharing and networking, while others and feel they know it all from just reading others work alone.

    I have found your albums helpful as they fill out some of the sketchier parts of my own. Thanks again :)

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  16. Alison says:

    Any update on when these albums are coming back? They are so helpful and I would love to be able to reference them again!

    Thanks!

  17. Zanu says:

    You literally just saved my life, as I accidentally accepted a job teaching Cycle 2 before even starting my 600 hour internship. Thank you FOREVER.

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  20. Radha says:

    Thank you for your efforts and putting these albums here. Very useful and resourceful.

    regrards

  21. Fatima says:

    Thanks so much for sharing your albums with us. They are very precious o me. I will treasure them. You are a truly generous person. I appreciate your kindness.

  22. L Moquino says:

    Hi! Thank you so much for publishing these Elementary albums. I love my physical albums, but there so heavy and hard to carry around. This site makes it easy to check or read up on something. Thank you again, L

  23. Lupita says:

    Jonathan:
    I just read your geometry album. May I transalte it into Spanish? I would like to share it with my coworkers. There is so much need and too little on the web.

    Saludos,

    Lupita

  24. Annie says:

    Oh my goodness!! i cannot believe that you have posted your entire album. i know the amount of effort it takes to put together each album because i just finished my elementary training and it was fun but very very exhausting.. thanks a tonne!! your albums are a great source of reference to me.

    With warm regards
    Annie

  25. Annie says:

    It will be of a great help if you could post your geography and biology albums too. for both these subjects we mainly worked with the 6-9 age group presentations.. so i really don’t know much about what is to be covered in the 9-12 age group for both these subjects.. would sincerely appreciate your kind help

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