Maria Montessori Peg Doll Giveaway

I like peg dolls. There are so many ways to use them! So I was thinking why is there no Maria Montessori peg doll? I have a friend Sarah from The Silvan Reverie who makes fantastic dolls (Be sure to check out her store!). I asked her if she wants to make a Maria Montessori peg doll and she agreed! So I got several of them to make a huge surprise for you!

THE GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED. THE WINNERS ARE Amy Payne and Talke Beckendorf. Congratulations!


Look how beautiful it is! I want to give away 2 of them here for you!

How can you use this Maria Montessori peg doll?

- Create a corner related to Maria Montessori in your classroom or space
- Create a basket about Maria Montessori's life
- Use it during the study of her life
- Use it during Maria Montessori birthday celebration
- Put it in your peace corner
- Use it during your study of the peacemakers


All is super duper easy but there are several important things:
  • The giveaway is opened worldwide
  • There will be 3 winners
  • You enter the giveaway by providing your email address below. By participating, you are agreeing to sign up to the I Believe in Montessori
  • You may enter between January 10-13 
  • There will be 2 winners
  • I will choose the winners on Monday, January 14, 2019. Winners will receive an email. 
  • Winners will be automatically randomly selected
  • Every participant has an equal chance to win 
  • Winners have 24 hours to respond to claim their prize. If you do not, you will forfeit your prize and it will go to another randomly generated winner 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Do you want to increase your chances?
Then go to my Instagram and enter in there too! I am giving away 3 more in there! 
(But the giveaway on Instagram is opened for the US only)

FREE Christmas Counting Activity

Let's add a little bit of fun math to our December!


Number clip cards are a great way to train counting and number quantity. Children can practice counting the objects on the cards and relate this to the number symbol on the clothespin.

Clothespins add extra fine motor practice to this. Such activities are great for developing little hands. This is an indirect preparation for writing because it helps children to get a proper pencil grasp.  

This printable will be a perfect addition to your Montessori math area, math shelves, or math unit. You can then add different Christmas related small objects to this activity to make counting even more fun. This activity is good for Montessori 3-6 classroom, preschool, prekindergarten and kindergarten students. 



I’ve added this printable to my FREE PRINTABLES LIBRARY so head over there if you’d like to download a copy for yourself.  The Library is a free resource for my newsletter subscribers. If you’re already a subscriber, your password is in the most recent newsletter. If you’re not a subscriber yet, please join us below to download this freebie and gain access to more awesome free materials.

Free Conifer Cones Counting Activity Cards

Learning about coniferous trees is a great theme for winter. This fun math counting activity is very interesting for children. They like finding the cones on the card and counting them in their real natural environment. These cards also train the child's observational skills. 

This printable will be a perfect addition to your Montessori math area, math shelves, or math unit. You can then add little real conifer cones to this activity to make counting even more fun.
This activity is good for Montessori 3-6 classroom, preschool, prekindergarten and kindergarten students. 



I’ve added this printable to my FREE PRINTABLES LIBRARY so head over there if you’d like to download a copy for yourself.  The Library is a free resource for my newsletter subscribers. If you’re already a subscriber, your password is in the most recent newsletter. If you’re not a subscriber yet, please join us below to download this freebie and gain access to more awesome free materials.