Montessori Language Miniatures 2018

(4 customer reviews)

$29.95 $23.96

This starter set of Montessori language miniatures is a great way for children to learn aboutĀ letter sounds the Montessori way.

This collection provides a balance of beautiful objects with economy objects to be affordable (compared to other sets that typically sell for $60+ by themselves).

Your child will love using these language Montessori miniatures!

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Product Description

This starter set of 53 Montessori language miniatures is a great way for children to learn about letter sounds the Montessori way.

Includes a bonus printable with labels for each of the miniature objects.

Set contains: Apple, Ant, Arrow, Button, Baseball bat, Bear, Cheetah, Clothespin, Dove, Dice, Egg, Elephant, Flower, Flag, Gift, Gorilla, Giraffe, Hippo, Horseshoe, Ice cream, Ice, Jewel, Jar, Key, Kudu, Leaf, Lion, Marble, Mug, Nut, Newspaper, Oval, Orange, Pearl, Plunger, Puma, Quartz, Rhino, Ring, Spool, Strawberry, Snowflake, Tiger, Top Hat, Umbrella, Violin, Wheel, Wrench, Yarn, Yen, Zebra, Zipper

Items may vary slightly from those listed

Additional information

Weight 9 oz
Dimensions 6 × 4 × 3 in

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4 reviews for Montessori Language Miniatures 2018

  1. Lizzy O

    I didn’t have much left in the homeschool budget, so I tried to put a set like this together. It was soooo hard to figure out what objects to use or where to buy them. Then, I started to price out a few of them. I was either getting junk, buying tons of things, or spending a lot of money. I never thought to check if a set existed till a friend mentioned these. Wish I had thought to look before I wasted all that time, lol

  2. Sarah W

    My kids LOVE using these. There are some really cute items and the price was great.

  3. Joah

    This is a wonderful collection of little objects. I just discovered the Montessori approach to language and wish I had known about it when my other children were younger.

  4. Sharron

    Okay, so the good and the bad. The bad: there are a couple object that are not really easy to identify (one was a kudu, but it was fun to look up pictures and learn about them). Also, beginning sounds for “I” is “Ice” instead of something like “infant.” But, I couldn’t even think of a better item to use instead. So the good: I expected these to all be cheap, considering the price. I was really surprised by the quality. A friend had one of those $60 sets, and I think this was a steal. I decided to give it 5 stars, because it was the only set in our budget and for the price, I’m super happy with it. Plus, my little one said it was his favorite “job” too!

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WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Some products contain small parts. Not for children under 3.