My Montessori Library
updated June 25, 2017

My Montessori library includes my Lower Elementary (ages 6-9) Montessori training binders, which are NOT available to lend.

I also have a large number of Montessori curriculum materials. These are listed in my blog post Montessori Materials Wishlist (Elementary) along with a list of the materials I don't yet own -- but recommend -- and where to get them.

Please contact me with any questions about differentiating instruction. These materials are invaluable for teachers who want to set up their classrooms according to multiple intelligence theory.

You may also enjoy my blog post series on planning a 2017 Summer Camp around the Montessori Second Great Lesson:



I have a few additional Montessori books:


Look at the Child: An Expression of Maria Montessori's Insights
by Aline D. Wolf



A Parent's Guide to the Montessori Classroom
by Aline D. Wolf



Tutoring is Caring: You Can Help Someone to Read
by Aline D. Wolf



How to Use Child-size Masterpieces for Art Appreciation
by Aline D. Wolf


And I have LOTS of other books which I recommend as supplemental resources for the Great Lessons. The Five Great Lessons of the Montessori Curriculum are by far the most Waldorf-y of all the aspects of the Montessori approach. These wonderful impressionistic and vibrant lessons are done through oral storytelling, with children sitting in a circle, a candle lit in a darkened room, and large playstand canopy silks covering pictures, artifacts, and demonstrations which are slowly revealed as the stories progress:

The First Great Lesson: How the Universe and the Earth Came to Be


The Second Great Lesson: How Life Came to Be


The Third Great Lesson: How Mankind Came to Be


The Fourth Great Lesson: How Written Language Came to Be


The Fifth Great Lesson: How Numbers Came to Be



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