I know there are tons of threads on this, but they all seem to be pretty out of date, so I will ask again. I hope no one minds. :)
I am currently doing a combo of unschooling with a little Waldorf inspired circle time and crafts with my five year old. However, I have started reading a book by Maria Montessori and really like what I'm learning.
The issue is that I will soon be enrolled in two different college programs plus working 20 hours a week and homeschooling my son. I'm not going to have time for a while to learn Montessori really well, and I don't have the time to make materials and set lots of things up. I'd like to find a Montessori curriculum that is super easy to do. I'd like a whole package with materials plus an easy guide to using them. Does this exist?
Honestly, that website looks overwhelming to me. I was more looking for curriculum with actual books and materials mailed to me in a big kit. I have a hard time staying organized with electronic guides like ebooks. And I don't want to print stuff out. But thank you for the suggestion. It looks like it would be very helpful for lots of other homeschooling parents.
Thanks for your feedback.
The montessorihelper system is all online and that is why it is more convenient and cost effective ($99) to implement for many people.
If you prefer the curriculum as hard copy manuals, we suggest you try http://www.montessoritraining.net/curriculum_materials/preschool_kindergarten_program.htm , the full set is around $899
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