A Guide to Montessori Curriculum and Online Resources

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I’ve been asked the question about the Montessori curriculum resources many times. It is quite inspirational to hear how many people are willing to discover Montessori for their children and desire to learn more about this method, the practical side of implementing the Montessori curriculum in their home.

A Guide to Montessori Curriculum and Online Resources

The amount of information can be overwhelming if you try to grasp it all at once. These are fascinating resources you can come back to over and over again. I found that the best way to understand the big picture is to combine the reading of Montessori books, online resources with lots of great graphics, and browsing through Montessori videos.

Montessori Curriculum Resources

Wikisori – Wikisori, among other things, is an online Montessori Album project built by Montessorians for Montessorians. Wikisori strongly encourages active participation, contribution, and collaboration. Take as much as you want, but leave something behind to make Wikisori a little better than you found it. 

My Montessori Curriculum for ages 3 through 6 (free) – by Just Montessori

 Montessori Albums (free) by MontessoriAlbum.Com

This wiki gives Montessori teachers a way to look up lessons online without having to lug out their albums in those giant binders, and as a place to share extensions, variations, and original lessons that they have come up with. This site is also for those who are not Montessori trained to learn more about the lessons that are taught in a Montessori classroom, such as parents who wish to use Montessori elements in a home-school environment.

Areas covered: Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Math, Social Studies, Science, Music, Art, Methodology

Montessori Primary Guide (free) by Montessori Info

Montessori is an educational pedagogy that focuses on the individual child and his needs. The concepts behind the pedagogy were consolidated by Dr. Maria Montessori in the beginning of the 20th century. Her concepts in regard to teaching children based on their needs and personal interest led to the Montessori educational method of today. There are four areas of learning in a Montessori 3-6 class.

  • Areas covered: Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Mathematics
  • Areas covered: Montessori Math Album,
  • Montessori Language Development Album, Montessori Practical-Life Album, Montessori Sensorial-Motor Development Album.

Montessori Scope and Sequence(Infant – Age 12) (free) – by Montessori Compass

The Montessori Compass team is very happy to provide free web-based access to a sophisticated and comprehensive Montessori Scope & Sequence (Infant – Age 12), developed in collaboration with Tim Seldin and the Montessori Foundation team. Nearly 3000 Montessori lessons have been carefully organized into ten curriculum categories.

  • Areas covered: Infant
  • Art, Music and Movement, Cosmic Studies, Geography, History, Language, Arts, Mathematics, Practical Life, Science
  • Sensorial

Montessori Scope and Sequence by Montessori Print Shop (free):

We are providing you with an overview of the Primary Montessori Practical Life Program so that you have a better overall picture of the progression of materials and lessons.

Our Montessori Inspired Curriculum by Carrots are Orange

“As we officially dive into homeschooling this year, I’ve been thinking a lot about the general plan, a daily routine, as much as we can have a predictable schedule, and catering to my son’s different learning styles. In addition to this reflection, I have done quite a bit of research and reviewing of potential homeschool curricula. This post includes our Montessori Homeschool Curriculum ideas for preschoolers”.

Montessori Curriculum for Parents by Montessori House:

The Montessori teaching curriculum has been developed by our experienced Montessori House teachers for parents to use at home.

Montessori Teaching Album for Babies Infants Toddlers
Montessori Curriculum for Toddlers & PreK
Montessori Curriculum for PreK thru Kindergarten (Primary)
Montessori Curriculum Albums Infant through First Grade: Complete Set of Six Albums

 M3 Curriculum – a truly unique curriculum in its approach to Montessori homeschooling. It is Montessori aligned with a child-centered approach to learning, designed for homeschooling parents who choose to teach their child(ren) from home or in a pod, and offers ongoing support from parents around the world. So, help is always just a click away. Visit Multisori via this link and get a 10% discount!

Teacher Manuals by Montessori Research and Development

“Thirty-three years after introducing our first Montessori teacher manual, we continue to provide the Montessori community with manuals offering highly detailed presentations, clear illustrations, and accurate information. Both seasoned and beginning Montessori teachers love our Montessori albums. We offer all levels”.

  • Infant and Toddler (birth to 3)
  • Montessori curriculum albums
  • Early Childhood (3 – 6)
  • Montessori curriculum albums
  • Elementary I (6 – 9)
  • Montessori curriculum albums
  • Elementary II (9-12)

Montessori Online Resources 

Montessori Printables by Montessori Nature

Welcome to the Montessori Nature shop with thematic printables for children. The printables are designed to simplify the learning process, make complex concepts easier for young minds to comprehend, and transform information into knowledge. I invest hours of extensive research into creating each printable. Cards are accompanied by true-to-life images, photographs, or watercolor clipart. I bring along my many years of experience working as a teacher and homeschooling my children. All cards are presented to you as digital instant downloads. There is no shipping or waiting involved. All printables are delivered to your email ready to be printed. You can start using them right away.

Activity Planner by Montessori Nature

Hands-on activities are organized by week and by day. The pack is accompanied by a pre-filled planner for guided learning with an editable date box and headings. The guided learning planner comes with low prep activities that cover major areas of a child’s development and foster independence, creativity, and critical thinking.

Montessori Materials by Montessori Services

Since 1976, Montessori Services has focused on bringing hard-to-find, child-size Practical Life materials into the classroom. Although our School Catalog focus has expanded to include materials across the curriculum, materials for the exercises of Practical Life remain our specialty.

Montessori information, articles and lectures by M. Olaf

The Michael Olaf Montessori Company has been supplying the highest quality of true Montessori projects since early in the 1980’s. Today they supply only those few special items that are not available anywhere else, including the topponcino in the correct size and color, the electric circuit set, vegetable cards, the wooden frame, and most importantly, Susan’s books available at wholesale discount for Montessori school, parenting groups, and schools.

Video Gallery by Montessori Guide

An exploration of how Montessori practice supports the natural unfolding of human development in the earliest years. This video includes topics such as the need for sharp observation skills, the importance of dynamic language, what “toddler” concentration looks like in the infant community, and a brief overview of when a child is ready to transition from the infant community into a primary setting.

Montessori Videos on Vimeo

Montessori Videos on Youtube

Montessori 101 Facebook Group

FREE Montessori EBooks

The Montessori Method by Maria Montessori Audio
Pedagogical Anthropology by Maria Montessori
Spontaneous Activity in Education by Maria Montessori
The Absorbent Mind by Maria Montessori
Dr. Montessori’s Own Handbook

Popular Books about the Montessori Method


  About Anastasia. Anastasia is a former Early Childhood Teacher and the founder of Montessori Nature, a blog about Montessori - inspired and Nature-based explorations. She taught in a Montessori setting for 10 years and has been practicing the Montessori way of learning and living for the last 20 years. She loves designing engaging educational printables for children. Browse Anastasia's educational resources on Teachers Pay Teachers.

4 thoughts on “A Guide to Montessori Curriculum and Online Resources”

  1. I am currently doing a Montessori course but am finding it difficult to find write up’s of eg:
    Presentation, Points of interest, Control of Error : etc.
    The school that i am doing this at does not give us any text book or anything, except show us a few activities and then ask us to run around like crazy to get details on the balance of the subject.

    I would appreciate if you could send me the above for Maths, language, Geography, Science
    arts & culture and anything else that might be able to get me through this course.
    I am currently unemployed and cannot afford to go anywhere else to complete this course.
    Your help would be greatly appreciated.
    Look forward to a favorable response
    Kind regards

  2. It really frustrates me when I can’t print out articles. I want to keep this list of resources in my files so I can reference it when I need it. If I print using my computer print screen option I get tons of pages I don’t need. I would be so grateful if you added a print text only option for articles like this!!!

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