Win our Montessori Pink, Blue, and Green Phonetic Language Series

Win our Montessori Pink, Blue, and Green Phonetic Language Series

Happy 11th Birthday to Us! This is the last giveaway of our 11th Anniversary Birthday Bash.  Be sure to see all the great giveaways that end Jan 31, 2015.


This fantastic Montessori Language Series includes the following Pink Blue Green Bundles. The Bundles contains 51 pdf files and instructions that you print and prepare for your children to use. Click the individual links to view the contents of each Series.

 Montessori Green Phonogram Series Bundle – 20 LessonsMontessori Green Phonogram Language Series by Montessori Print Shop

The winner has the option of choosing the non-color coded Series
– also known as Step 1, Step 2, and Step 3 in our store.

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41 thoughts on “Win our Montessori Pink, Blue, and Green Phonetic Language Series

  1. I’m sort of doing phonetic now, but unfortunately my early work with letter sounds got eclipsed by letter names (so frustrating, but that’s what everyone asks her!). I’d love to get this to get better at the phonetic approach.

  2. we teach language phonetically, however were only at the learning the sounds of the letters phase…were skipping the names of the letters until reading is better established and we start incorporating more spelling.

  3. We are working on sight words right now. But would gladly add phonetic materials to our lessons.
    Thank you for the giveaway.

  4. We don’t have a specific approach to teaching language right now – it typically depends on the day. This set wouls be wonderful to try!

  5. Our daughter is still little, but they’ve started her at her Montessori school and I can’t wait to continue when we start schooling at home!

  6. We’d like to use a phonetic approach, but I’ve been spending the last few months learning how to teach it first– this was not at all the way that I learned and I feel a little incompetent in this area.

  7. I use phonetic language lessons as well as sight words and a bit of whole language – whatever seems to be best for each individual student. Your sets are beautiful!

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