The wide range of glorious Montessori materials is one of the best things about the Montessori method, but putting it all together in a classroom so that everything is neatly arranged (and easy to find) is a challenge.
I often get questions from both parents and teachers on how to arrange a classroom, and I’ve blogged about it quite a bit, but the posts are spread around so I’m going to bring them together in one giant post.
Q. What do I need in my classroom?
Essentials of a Toddler Classroom
Essentials of a 3-6 Classroom
Essentials of a 6-9 Classroom
I don’t have a list for 9-12 but if someone does, email me at email@example.com and I’ll add it to the blog 🙂
Q. How do I arrange the shelves?
Q. How do I arrange the materials?
Q. Questions to Ask When Looking Over Your Classroom
Q. How can I fit a Montessori classroom area into my home?
Q. How do I organize my Montessori stuff behind the scenes?
I know that many of you have pictures on your blogs of your classrooms (school or home or both). Please put links in the comments so everyone can see! The more ideas the better.
Here’s to lovely, organized classrooms!