The teaching materials and resources you find here are the same ones used by the teachers at Rhyme and Reason Academy. When you purchase from our shop, the money goes directly to providing high quality Montessori education to our students.
Students map 14 billion years of history from the Big Bang to today with this hands-on printable blank timeline. Our open-ended notebook integrates flexibly with any curriculum, including The Big History Project and the Montessori Great Lessons, for an engaging way to build timelines and visualize expanding knowledge. Spans cosmic, geological, evolutionary, and human history.
A set of cards to practice handwriting, the front of each card is in cursive and the back is in print. There are a lot of names on these cards which will give your students some extra practice with capital letters.
These posters are a set of all-new supplementary charts that explain some of the driving forces in human evolution. These are not traditional Montessori elementary lessons, but I felt they helped bridge the conceptual gap between the Second and Third Great Lessons.
Interested in the Rhyme and Reason Reading Program, but you’re not sure if you want to fully commit? Try the first section of the program! Red covers phonemic awareness and CVC words. See the Scope and Sequence to see precisely what is covered in this first part.
The Rhyme and Reason Reading Program is a complete evidence-based reading program that you can use in your Montessori elementary classroom.
These Nursery Rhyme Cards introduce toddlers to 10 classic rhymes that aid language and literacy development- also, they’re just plain fun!
Working with these cards builds critical pre-reading skills like phonemic awareness, listening skills, and an ear for language patterns and intonation. Created especially for toddler-aged children, these handy cards are meant to be used with a teacher or parent. With rhymes like Jack and Jill, Hot Cross Buns, and Lavender Blue, this set engages toddlers in the joy of rhyme while preparing them for future reading success.
A 90″ fabric cloth with printed images of the invention of hand tools and the invention of fire. This is a semi-DIY project, as you will need to sew the red line at the end to complete it. The red line is meant to represent the invention of writing. It provides children with a concrete visual of how short recorded human history is compared to the entirety of human existence.
You will receive a black piece of fabric with two white images printed on the front. Because I was embroidering the red line, I decided to embroider the images on my personal hand timeline too, the timeline that will be shipped to you is not embroidered.