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July 06, 2008

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Laura


Each letter book has between 6 and 8 pictures.

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Donita17

thanks for your response laura... i meant how many pics/pages are in the letter books? i'm trying to make something similar for my kids... lovely idea

Laura


I am not quite sure what you are asking, Donita. When you say letter books are you referring to the spiral bound books that have one letter on the front?If so, those do notcontain words, just pictures. After the sound is introduced the child reads the book of pictures that begin withthat soundto reinforce letter-sound correspondence. Hope thathelps!


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Laura


I am not quite sure what you are asking, Donita. When you say letter books are you referring to the spiral bound books that have one letter on the front?If so, those do notcontain words, just pictures. After the sound is introduced the child reads the book of pictures that begin withthat soundto reinforce letter-sound correspondence. Hope thathelps!


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Donita17

also do you have the words you use in the letter books (i am running blank on some letters) i am sure i can find the clip art on my own .. thanks so much...

Donita17

hi just wondering how many words are there in your letter books? i got the pink series printed out (cvc) my son knows the letters and the sounds of them but i think it seems a bit more logical to start with words that start with first one letter at a time... love your explanation...

Erin

Amazing! This will be a tremendous help while homeschooling my son. Thank you!

Laura


Hi! I am not sure what company its from. Ill TRY to remember to check when I go to school this week and email you back. Thanks for writing!
Take care,
Laura


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My Boys' Teacher

Do you have any idea what company made your moveable alphabet? I have one from a discount supplier and the letters slide around in there like crazy. They are always upside down or backwards. Yours fit nice and tightly in the box. I can't find one like it.

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Once children have mastered some of the pre-reading skills I discussed yesterday, they may be ready to move into the "traditional" Montessori language materials.

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Great site,this information really helped me , I really appreciate it.Thanks a lot for a bunch of good tips. I look forward to reading more on the topic in the future. Keep up the good work! This blog is going to be great resource. Love reading it.

sarwat

Thanks a million for your Quality time.
I am a Montessori teacher, and I love Language, your method is great and extremely helpful.

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Stephanie Fox

I just want to thank you!
I am starting the process of homeschooling my daughters montessori style. I have been so blessed to recieve many handmedown materials like the sandpaper letters and cylinders and the pink tower and brown stair...aand more! Arent I lucky! Anyway even with all of this and many of the free downloads online, nothing has been as helpful as these posts! Thankyou for taking the time to spell it all out for us AND for providing the free downloads for us!! I feel confident in at least the first few steps I need to take with my girls thanks to you!!
Sinse I am working from home and have limited space, I dont suppose you would recommend the must haves as far as each teaching area, ie: practical, sensorial, ect. Thanks for any advise you are willing to pass along!
Stephanie

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I'm very new to your blog and already hooked!Really appreciate all the effort you've taken in explaining your language material it's probably the most systematic and clearest explanation I've been given after searching tons of blogs and books!
thank you and keep up the wonderful work!

Terry

We have very limited space in our preschool. I would love to incorporate a lot of your ideas. But I'm not sure how to do it with limited space. Any ideas?

Denise

I have found this website in starting my very own Montessori Jorney. Actually I have been using many montessori techniques in my home since I discovered Motessori Learn and Play. Any way I have been wondering how to organize and prepare some of the other work and your blog has been invaluable. I have told other Montessori moms about this wonderful blog.
Again THANK YOU!!

Denise

Mary

I think these posts are great and very helpful. I appreciate the thoroughness and the information about how to go about assessing readiness.

Amy @ Lets-Explore

I don't know too much about Montessori, so I find all this info to be really fascinating! I can see myself incorporating some of this into things we do at home. Thanks for sharing it all so thoroughly! :)

Michelle

I am blown away by your organization! I must admit my language area is in need of a major facelift. I have used the pink, blue, green system for years and have been ho hum about it. I am enthralled by your system and I'm considering adopting it. What color coding system do you use for blends and digraphs then?

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