Resources for Montessori Learning at Home

These resources are presented to help teachers and parents with at-home Montessori learning during the interruptions presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.

We ask all levels of government to work urgently to create and fund safe solutions to allow children to return to school. There’s no way to replace the experience of being in a prepared Montessori environment with a trained teacher and a community of friends. But these resources for at-home learning can help children continue with their Montessori work until they can get back to school.

The resources on this page have been carefully curated to support Montessori schools, families and children. They are:

  • Created by (or in a few cases, with the guidance of) trained Montessori guides
  • Free to access, download and use
  • Easy to navigate and understand

Lending Library for Georgia Public Montessori Schools

During the 2020-2021 school year, Montessori Partnerships for Georgia is operating lending libraries of Montessori materials at participating public schools, so teachers can choose materials to send home with children for distance learning.

Participating teachers: Please sign in below to request materials for your students!

Children's House

Resources for supporting children ages 2 1/2 to 6

All-Day Primary

This extensive, teacher-created site has activities, explanations, at-home hacks and printable PDFs for Montessori work at home in all content areas. Each activity has a recommended age range.

AMI Digital

Resources include numerous sets of classified cards for language work in English, Spanish and other world languages. Some English-language cards are not yet available in American English.

Free Montessori Resources from The Montessori Agency

This collection of resources and links is searchable by level and subject area. It includes apps, worksheets and videos.

Cosmic Bookshelf

This site includes reviews of culturally diverse books, links to articles about literacy, guidance for choosing books, and ideas for using your own books while the library and bookstore are closed.

Montessori Tackle Box

This site includes free printables including geometric cabinet, constructive triangles, and more. Click the buttons at the bottom of the page.

Elementary

Resources for supporting children ages 6 to 12

Elementary Document Bank

This is our own collection of resources, including printable PDFs and DIY instructions, created by Montessori elementary guides around the world. We're adding to it as fast as we can!

AMI Digital "Other Resources"

Resources appropriate for lower elementary include many sets of word study cards; cards for land and water forms; and several sets of botany cards (parts of a leaf, etc.).

Virtual Montessori Materials

Drag-and-drop digital versions of many Montessori materials, including checkerboard, fractions, bead frames, stamp game and more. For use by elementary children with teacher guidance.

Cosmic Bookshelf

This site includes reviews of culturally diverse books, links to articles about literacy, guidance for choosing books, and ideas for using your own books while the library and bookstore are closed.

Montessori Tackle Box

This site includes free printables including geometry sticks (under Sensorial), constructive triangles, grammar symbols, and more. Click the buttons at the bottom of the page.

Free Montessori Resources from The Montessori Agency

This collection of resources and links is searchable by level and subject area. It includes apps, worksheets and videos.

Montessori Tools

Drag-and-drop digital versions of the Golden Beads, Pegboard and Stamp Game. These could be used by elementary children under the guidance of their Montessori teachers.

Science Time with Miss Jen and Violet

These brief videos offer Montessori botany lessons, created by Montessori guide and AMS Montessori teacher trainer Jennifer Dorrell. Each video lesson introduces simple activities the child can do at home.

Science Time with Miss Jen and Violet

These brief videos offer Montessori botany lessons, created by Montessori guide and AMS Montessori teacher trainer Jennifer Dorrell. Each video lesson introduces simple activities the child can do at home.