Like most Montessori teachers, you probably spend a lot of time thinking about your environment. You understand the importance of the look, feel, and practicality of this space. However, do you feel like you have ideas and goals for your prepared environment that you just cant actualize? Have you struggled with color-coding? Keeping the environment simple yet unique? or making packets, envelopes, and trays that fit properly and look great? This workshop is for teachers working with children birth to six years and will teach new techniques to incorporate in your classroom materials right away.
- Weekly access to new lessons, tutorials, and follow-along-DIY projects.
- Loads of patterns, instructions, and supply lists
- Tips to keep your classroom budget friendly
- Learn to make your hand-made materials last for years.
9 hours of professional development. Certificate awarded after course completion.
- Intro: Theory, Materials, Tools
- Enhance, Don’t Distract
- Making Card Material
- Working With Paper
- Working With Fabric
- Repairs and Maintenance
“The teacher’s first duty is to watch over the environment, and this takes precedence over all the rest. Its influence is indirect, but unless it is well done there will be no effective and permanent results of any kind; physical, intellectual or spiritual.”— Dr. Maria Montessori