I am so excited to announce that Tot Labs’ Ultimate Montessori Language Bundle is now available for sale! Mumma Diaries
and Welcome to Mommyhood have been hard at work creating the ultimate Montessori Language bundle! Read on below to see all of the wonderful materials included in this mega bundle!
The Ultimate Montessori Language Resource
This bundle is unique because it contains everything you need to accompany Montessori materials in helping your child to learn to read and write. This bundle contains over 100+ pages of Montessori inspired materials to help your child learn to read phonetically. These materials all feature realistic images, ideal for a young child!
- Instructions for use
- 12 sequencing prereading cards sets
- 5 A-Z I spy mats
- 24 rhyming clip cards
- 5 pink series word lists in black
- 5 pink series word lists in red and blue
- 40 pink series picture to word matching cards in black
- 40 pink series picture to word matching cards in red and blue
- Sorting pink series cards work in black
- Sorting pink series cards work in red and blue
- 10 pink series write the beginning letter strips (40 words)
- 40 pink series beginning sound clip cards
- 40 pink series ending sound clip cards
- 40 pink series 3 part cards
- Pink series readers with photos
- Pink series readers without photos
- Pink series readers with numerals
- 24 sight words cards
- 16 phonograms cards
- 16 phonogram reading list
- 32 phonogram 3 part cards
- 24 rhyming clip cards
These cards can be used in a multitude of ways to encourage the development of important skills, such: logic, sequence of events, chronological order, and even as a pre-reading tool within Montessori (and non-Montessori) settings.
Variant 1: cut out the individual squares. Present to the child and ask them to line up the cards in order that the events took place. Discuss the order of events and new vocabulary.
Variant 2: print 2 copies of the cards. Leave one set as a mat and cut out the individual cards on the second set. Use as a matching activity for younger children. Discuss the order of events and new vocabulary.
I Spy Mats
Play a game of I Spy with these mats! You can use them to practice letter sounds and vocabulary.
Variant 1: say to your child, “I spy something that begins with the letter sound ‘aaa’.” Have your child point to the image that starts with that sound.
Variant 2: Ask your child to match letter cards or movable alphabet letters to the image that begins with that letter.
You can introduce the pink series words by using these list. These lists are a simple way to practice reading simple words phonetically. You can also have your child match miniature objects to the words on these lists. For more ideas on how to use these lists, have a look inside of the document!
Rhyming clip cards
This set has 2 levels. The first set is easier with only two objects to match to. The second level has 3 picture options. Present these cards with clothespins or a different manipulative to clip at the correct answer. Be sure to laminate the cards for additional durability to withstand use with clothespins.
Picture to word matching cards
These cards are perfect for your child to practice reading. Have your child match the written word to the image representing the word. This is a simple and very effective way to practice reading words in the pink series.
This set also comes with vowel cards. You can ask your child to sort the written words, image cards, or both by vowel.
Beginning sound writing sheets
These cards present an additional level of difficulty for children. Children can read them, but the first letter is missing. Then, they can write the first letter of each word in the missing space. Alternatively, they can place a letter from the movable alphabet onto the missing space.
Beginning and ending sound clip cards
These cards present an additional level of difficulty for children. Children should match the beginning or ending sound of the word represented by the image on the card.
Pink series 3 part cards
Have your child match the card with just the image (image card) to the corresponding label (label card). Then they match the card with both the image and the word (control card) to the other two.
These cards c an be used to create small books for your children to practice reading in increasing difficulty.
Sight words cards
You can use these cards to teach your children to read by sight rather than phonetically. These words are exceptions to phonetic reading.
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