Everyone Wins With Montessori Giveaway

The most unique and incredible Montessori giveaway of the year is now alive! I am so excited! It was so hard for me not to spoil something because I am such a person that loves making gifts but I mostly every time do it before the actual date because I can not keep the excitement inside!

So some time ago talented Seemi from Trillium Montessori Blog suggested us such a wonderful opportunity. This year she celebrates the 3rd anniversary of her amazing blog! Happy Bloggeversary dear Seemi! I am really so happy to meet her because I can not stop wondering how many ideas she has in mind, how dedicated she is and how wonderful her school is! Or I forgot to mention how great are her materials! So to make this date special Seemi suggested us to participate in the most awesome Montessori giveaway. The idea was that every member who enters wins and we supported it greatly because we are here to share, to help each other, to spread the word and promote Montessori way of education! There were a lot of collaborative brainstorming and, in the end, we came with this stunning opportunity for you!


So there are 30+ amazing products (note that some of them are bundles so there are even far more materials than that!!!) that you will get for FREE! There are 200+ pages, can you imagine??

The total price for this bundle is more than 60 dollars! And you just need to sign up to receive it! No payment required! 

The start day is the 17th of January. The giveaway will end 11:59 pm Jan 24th, 2016 EST. You have a lot of time to get the prizes and even to share the opportunity with all your friends! We will be very happy if more people will get the gifts! We are passionate about what we do and we want to share this passion with you!

Ready to get your free bundle? JUST CLICK!


I am sharing 3 of my products in the pack with you. These are:

Artist and his Painting Montessori-inspired cards



    These cards will help Children to remember artist and one of his artworks. Cards are made in a bingo-like style where you need to match colorful cards to black and white ones.
    I made this material in a form that one card has one painter and one painting on it. This will help the Child to be concentrated on the couple artist+painting more and he will form a more strong connection between them.
    Another addition is learning names of artists and their works.
    Material consists of
18 general cards
18 artist picture cards
18 painting cards
18 name of the artist labels
18 name of the painting labels
several blank labels (they should be put on the names in general cards and the Child should try to find the right names, then he can check himself)

Finland Montessori 3-part Cards


    These cards will help your child to explore and know more about Finland! They can be used during Europe study. This is 3-part cards that include Finland map, capital, landmarks and other! The color coding corresponds to Montessori Europe map.
Material consists of: 
-10 name and picture cards
-10 picture cards
-10 name cards

Wildlife and Inanimate Nature Montessori Cards


  This material will help the child to understand the difference between wildlife and inanimate nature. It shows characteristics of wildlife, such as wildlife objects breathe or feed. And inanimate objects don't do it. 
   The material contains control of error in the form of color frames.
It can be one of the first introductory materials in Montessori biology study.
  The material consists of 2 main word cards, 6 word cards and 16 picture cards. 

I am sure you are curious about other cool items you can find there!
So what's inside?
LANGUAGE
A Montessori Approach to Language (accessible until Feb 13, 2016 as part of this bundle) video course by Deb Chitwood and Jo Ebisujima
Montessori Pre­Reading Bundle by Marnie from Carrots Are Orange
Fruit Literacy Matching Cards by Susan from Explore Learn Go
Beginning Literacy Materials by Frida from Rainbow Learning Materials
Montessori Grammar Activities by Lisa from Montessori Kiwi
Conjunctions Exercise by Lolly from Elementary Observations
MATH
Golden Bead Addition Cards by Jessica Renee
ART & MUSIC

Artists and Paintings by Katherine from I Believe in Montessori
Musically Montessori­ Steady Beat Lesson Plan by Carolyn from Magical Movement Company
SCIENCE, CULTURE, & GEOGRAPHY

Antarctica A­Z by Seemi from Trillium Montessori
All About Japan Culture Pack by Jo Ebisujima from Jojoebi
Flags of Africa by Jo Ebisujima from Jojoebi
US History Pack by Yuliya from Welcome to Mommyhood
Finland 3­Part Cards by Katherine from I Believe in Montessori
Major Rivers of the World by Jae from Pinay Homeschooler
Transportation Montessori Pack by Anastasia from Montessori Nature
Shark Nomenclature and Taxonomy by Lolly from Elementary Observations
Fruits and Vegetables Unit Pack by Jae from Pinay Homeschooler
Wildlife and Inanimate Nature Cards by Katherine from I Believe in Montessori
Hard Goods
20% discount on Montessori materials by Anita from Max & Naoli

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Who made this giveaway possible?

Anastasia from Montessori Nature



Anastasia is an early childhood teacher, raising two trilingual, fun, mischievous and gorgeous kids. She is a strong believer in natural, purposeful and meaningful learning. She implements Montessori education in her teaching and writing. Anastasia aims to connect every part of her life with nature and faith. She is a writer and editor of Montessori Nature blog. Find out more about Anastasia on her Blog | Store | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter | Google+ |
Anita Kianek­Edwards from Max and Naoli
Anita is a happy mama of two gorgeous children, twins Max & Naoli who led her to Montessori. She found her passion in designing traditional and unique educational materials inspired by alternative forms of education. She enjoys spending time with her family, sunshine and fresh air, photography and online marketing. Find out more about Anita on her Website | Facebook | Pinterest |
Carolyn Lucento from Magical Movement Company
Carolyn is a grandmother, career Montessori Teacher, & currently an Orff­Schulwerk Music Specialist in Preschool Classrooms. She is also an A.M.S. Teacher­ Trainer in the S.F. Bay Area. She firmly believes that we all learn just about everything through the art of play! Find out more about Carolyn on her Blog | Store | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter | Instagram
Deb Chitwood from Living Montessori Now
Deb Chitwood is a certified Montessori teacher with a master's degree in Early Childhood Studies from Sheffield Hallam University in Sheffield, England. Deb taught in Montessori schools before starting her own Montessori school. Later, she homeschooled her two children through high school. She lives in San Diego where she takes care of her 2­year­old granddaughter a few afternoons each week. Find out more about Deb on her Blog | BitsofPositivity | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter | Google+ | Instagram | Youtube
A Montessori Approach to Language (video workshop with PDF) will be available for $9.99 on February 14. Before February 14, it's only available (for free) to Montessori Giveaway 2016 entrants.
Frida Azari from Rainbow Learning Materials
Frida has been a Montessori teacher for the past 14 years in the Early Childhood and Lower Elementary levels. She holds her Early Childhood and Lower Elementary Credentials from the American Montessori Society. Frida is also an adult educator and has been teaching Montessori Philosophy and Mathematics for the Montessori Teacher Education Center San Francisco Bay Area for the past 4 years. Frida enjoys photography and has had 6 of her photos published on the cover of Montessori Life magazine. All the photographs for the books “A Parents’ Guide to the Montessori Classroom” by Aline D. Wolf and “Math Works” by Michael Duffy are Frida’s work. Frida enjoys designing teaching materials and is currently working on her new line of Phonic Readers materials for pre- school to 3rd grade students. Her Math teaching materials are being sold at “Teachers Pay Teachers” website nationwide. Find out more about Frida on her Website | Store |
Jae from the Pinay Homeschooler
Jae is an Electronic Engineer on paper, but turned Stay at Home Mom and Homeschooler. She has been nurturing learning in her kids since birth through Montessori philosophies. They do a lot of Montessori and Montessori­inspired activities, make their own learning materials, do a lot of hands­on learning, nature studies and outdoor activities at home. Find out more about Jae on her Blog | Store | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter |
Jessica Renee
Jessica is a Montessori­trained teacher from Vancouver, British Columbia, where she currently teaches a combined Grade 1 and 2 class, in a public school. In Vancouver, public Montessori programs are becoming increasingly popular with parents who want something different from the traditional school model. She loves to develop interesting Montessori­inspired extension activities to use with her class and to share with others on Teachers Pay Teachers. Find out more about Jessica in her | Store |
Jo Ebisujima from Jojoebi
Jo is an expat Brit living in Japan with her family. She is a BIG believer that learning should be fun and that if kids fall in love with learning they will carry that with them throughout their lives. She loves the Montessori method and feels that the most important thing that parents can do is to "Follow The Child" She runs courses and writes books to help parents make learning fun, including the best selling book: Montessori Inspired Activities For preschoolers, which is available on Amazon and all good bookstores.
Find out more about Jo on her Blog | Store | Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | Instagram | Youtube
Katherine Kabral from I Believe in Montessori
Katherine is from Ukraine. She is trained in Montessori from birth to six years. She consults for parents about the Montessori method. Montessori is her passion and she has been inspired to create Montessori printable educational materials. Find out more about Katherine on her Blog | Store | Facebook | Pinterest |
Lisa from MontessoriKiwi
Montessorikiwi is proudly run by Lisa, a trained Montessori and state teacher with 6 years experience in Public Montessori in New Zealand. Lisa has over 100 Montessori resources in her store suitable for ages 3­12. She loves making resources where students apply their knowledge and think outside the square! Find out more about Lisa in her Store | Facebook | Pinterest
Lolly from Elementary Observations
Lolly is a Montessori trained teacher (6­12) and mother of two. She currently lives with her family in Western Australia where they enjoy the diverse landscapes that surround them. Find out more about Lolly on her Blog | Store | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter
Marnie Craycroft from Carrots are Orange
Marnie hails from Maine where she spent summers buried in sand and winters buried in snow. She is the daughter of a nearly four decade veteran of the public school systems. Teaching has always been a part of her life. She founded Carrots Are Orange, a Montessori inspired learning and living website for parents and teachers, in 2010. Besides writing, passions include running (usually after her three sons), photography, and outdoor adventures. Marnie currently lives east of Seattle with her husband and three young sons. Find out more about Marnie on her Blog | Store | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter | Instagram
Seemi from Trillium Montessori
Seemi is an AMS trained Montessori teacher. She has been in Montessori for almost two decades, as a teacher, administrator, and consultant. She founded her school, Trillium Montessori in 2009 and began blogging about her classroom activities in 2013.
Find out more about Seemi on her Blog | Store | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter | Instagram
Susan Gordon from Explore Learn Go
Teaching has provided the opportunity for Susan to work with many amazing students from preschool age through adults in a variety of learning environments including the Montessori classroom. She owned and operated a Montessori school for 20 years. Whatever the age of the student or learning environment, she tries to provide an interactive classroom with hands­on materials and lessons that promote student involvement, success, and a joy of learning. Find out more about Susan in her Store.
Yuliya Fruman from Welcome to Mommyhood
Yuliya is a stay at home mom to a preschooler. She blogs about hands on kids learning activities, shares printables, and healthy recipes. She documents her approaching to homeschooling her son, using a mostly Montessori inspired method. Her printables are available in English and Russian. Find out more about Yuliya on her Blog | Store | Facebook | Pinterest | Google+ | Instagram
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