I think we can all agree that reading is essential to a child’s life. It’s their view into the world around them and beyond. Their love for reading starts before they are born and develops as they are exposed to more and more wonderful books. I want to share with you some of the top resources for kids books. I hope you enjoy!
Maria Montessori believed in quality materials to include books. As followers of the Montessori method nearly 100 years later, we see the same facts are true. Kids are attracted to beautiful books with real pictures. They are attracted to stories that will help them with life and are not merely for entertainment.
I wish I could do an individual review of each of the books I recommend, but I just don’t have enough internet space! I am an avid reader and I know my children have already followed in my foot steps. So I decided to put as many resources as I could in one post. I hope it helps!
The Peace Stick on How We Montessori
Our Yoga Books Review on Study At Home Mama – My kids are very interested in yoga and the reviews of these books really helped us find the right books from the library.
Sleep Sweet My Little One on Golden Reflections Blog
The Sense of Wonder Series and The Peacekeeper Series on Confessions of a Montessori Mom
My Story David & My Story Joseph on Golden Reflections Blog
List of Recommended Children’s Books by Montessori By Hand
Our Favorite Potty Learning Books on The Natural Homeschool- This is one of my favorite posts on potty learning. Tanya’s daughter and mine are close to the same age and it is great to see what is working for their family! I cannot wait until diapers are no longer a necessity in our home. 🙂
Book Search on How We Montessori
Introduce Poetry to Your Child Using the Montessori Method on Confessions of a Montessori Mom
Read Aloud Books on Montessori Services
Books for Babies on How We Montessori
Our Favorite Pirate Books on The Natural Homeschool
Schooling the Littles With the Classics on Natural Beach Living – We love classic books in our home. My kids love retelling the stories too. This post helps me to remember some of the books I forget we have in our huge collection like We’re Going on a Bear Hunt and The Snowy Day.
Book Lists: Birds on Child Led Life
5 Tips for Choosing Books for Montessori Toddlers by Simone Davies on Confessions of a Montessori Mom
Organizing a Free Artist Study for Your Children on Natural Beach Living
Our Favorite Montessori Inspired Toys 0-6 on Mama’s Happy Hive
Children’s Book Activities on Study At Home Mama
I could go on for days! There are so many wonderful resources and book reviews in the blogging world. I hope you will take time to seek them out.
This post contains affiliate links that does bring in a small percentage to my family if you purchase an item. I want to thank you in advance, because this little bit helps me keep buying new books for my children!