Saturday, May 15, 2021

Montessori-Inspired Seashell Activities Using Free Printables

By Deb Chitwood from Living Montessori Now

I love ocean themes in the summer. While I've had an ocean theme before, I haven't focused specifically on seashells. So that's what this month's unit is with free seashell printables and activities, including a seashell-themed pack for newsletter subscribers at

You'll find many activities for preschoolers through first graders throughout the year along with presentation ideas in my previous posts at PreK + K Sharing

You'll also find ideas for using free printables to create activity trays here: How to Use Printables to Create Montessori-Inspired Activities

 At Living Montessori Now, I have a post with resource links of Free Printables for Montessori Homeschools and Preschools. 

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Montessori Shelves with Seashell-Themed Activities

Montessori Shelves with Seashell-Themed Activities

Go to my Free Seashell Printables and Montessori-Inspired Seashell Activities post at Living Montessori Now for the free printables and activity ideas you see on the shelf and collage above!

Free Montessori-Inspired Seashell Pack

Montessori-Inspired Seashell Pack for DIY Cards and Counters, Number or Letter Matching, Number or Letter Basket, Bead Bar Work, Hands-on Math Operations, Number or Letter Salt/Sand Writing Tray, Letter Tracing, DIY Movable Alphabet, and Creative Writing (subscriber freebie, so just sign up for my email to get the link and password – or check your inbox if you’re already a subscriber).

More Ocean Resources

If you'd like ideas for calendar-based themes throughout May and June, see my May Themed Activities for Kids and June Themed Activities for Kids.

Be sure to go to my Free Seashell Printables and Montessori-Inspired Seashell Activities post at Living Montessori Now for lots of free printables and activity ideas!
I hope you find these helpful :)

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Deb ChitwoodDeb 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 in Iowa and Arizona before becoming owner/director/teacher of her own Montessori school in South Dakota. Later, she homeschooled her two children through high school. Deb is now a Montessori writer who lives in San Diego with her husband of 46 years (and lives in the city where her kids, kids-in-law, and grandkids live). She blogs at Living Montessori Now.
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