Setting Up to Teach Montessori at Home
Every homeschool is unique — as unique as your child! And creating an individual environment that best suits you and your child is an exciting part of beginning your adventure to teach Montessori at home. How you choose to set up your homeschool environment will depend on a number of factors, including your available space, your child’s interests, and the activities you plan to focus on. Remember, your homeschool can be set up anywhere — in the basement, the kitchen, or the corner of a family room — anywhere you and your child can learn together. You can learn more about setting up your homeschool in the Montessori 3–6 Homeschool Guide to Theory and Practice, included in the program.
Here are a few ideas of how some homeschoolers set up their environments.