Welcome to My Montessori Curriculum for Children Ages 3-6
Hello! My name is Lisa Good.
For the past 30 years as a Montessori Primary Teacher I have been documenting my daily routine, photographing materials I make, classroom activities, and the children being engaged. I have written down how to present lessons and what to say, and have refined and developed it all into My Cultural Curriculum for Ages 3-6.
It’s been hard work, especially when I lost my entire website a few years ago. But now I have a fresh start and more content. I hope you enjoy the daily routines. There are 40 Weeks of them.
You have a lot of work ahead of you, so let’s get started!
You have two ways of viewing the complete curriculum:
COMPARE FEATURES HERE (opens in new tab)
Browse our examples
Take a look at the actual examples of our Cultural Curriculum below (You will find some FREE PDF downloads as a gift in Weeks 1 and 2). Remember, each day builds on the principles of the previous day, so best to start with Week 1 Lessons if you choose to buy. Or, buy all 40 weeks and have a three year curriculum for your 3-6-year-olds.
School starts soon. Are you prepared?
I love this time of year!
I’ve been preparing all my new materials, and remaking those that needed a little attention. Now I’m reviewing Weeks 1-5 so I can prepare for all the lessons and activities.
If you would like to prepare for the first weeks of school, why not buy my Montessori Cultural Curriculum Weeks 1-5 so you can be prepared too!
Research the sample pages above to get an idea of what’s provided. I tell you what lessons to present, what to say, books and songs to use, and give lots of picture examples of the materials you can make to start progressively building on principles.
(B) Weeks 1-5$25.00
Movable Letters Interactive Lesson
My husband made this interactive game to mimic the Movable Letters Lesson when I started teaching online. It is for 3-letter words. I hope he makes more… the children love it! (they’re so smart now with tablets and such).
Show the children how:
- Words must be spelled in order (numbers next to pictures indicate order, like 1, 2, 3…)
- Drag the first letter of each word next to the picture to start spelling the word. (If the letter sticks in place, you know it’s correct)
Once all the words are spelled correctly you can click the return arrow in the upper right corner of the game and all the letters will go back home.