Blog Archive

This post contains links to products on Amazon. If you purchase items through these links, I receive a small percentage of every sale.

The Montessori Letters and Sounds Printable Pack Bundle in Action

Last year Sunshine spent the entire year trying to learn letter sounds.  Sadly, by the end of the year she could only remember a few.  This year her desire to learn letter sounds has intensified.  Knowing how much she struggled last year, I knew I needed to create a resource that would help her be successful.  The Montessori Letters and Sounds Printable Pack Bundle is just that!

Never in my wildest dreams did I anticipate it's use in our classroom to be so beneficial.  Sunshine is thriving beyond what I ever thought possible.  The Montessori Letters and Sounds Printable Pack Bundle not only helps her learn her letter sounds but provides the resources she needs to work independently, which is something that definitely wasn't happening up to this point.

Montessori-inspired Letters and Sounds Printable Pack  Bundle
This post contains affiliate links.

The bundle was so successful, I decided to create one in cursive, so that my older children could also benefit from it.  All three of them learned print first and are at different phases in their cursive writing journey.  There really is something for everyone here.

Montessori-inspired Letters and Sounds Printable Pack Bundle

The Montessori Letters and Sounds Printable Pack Bundle reinforces first letter sounds by using common household objects.  You can use the actual objects or images provided in the bundle for every letter of the alphabet.  Objects matched with first letter sounds remain consistent throughout the entire bundle to help reinforce the sound.

The Montessori Letters and Sounds Printable Pack Bundle is designed to be used with Montessori language materials.  There are also printables that can be used independently of materials for extra reinforcement of the skill.

This bundle follows the sequence of teaching letters, sounds, and writing the Montessori way.  For those who would like more information about this, be sure to visit the posts below.

Let's take a look at all the kiddos have been doing with this amazing resource!

Sandpaper Letters

The kiddos have thoroughly enjoyed having a basket filled with materials that match every letter of the alphabet.  Sunshine uses lowercase sandpaper letters in print.  Dinomite, Princess and Bulldozer use both the upper and lowercase sandpaper letters in cursive.

The kiddos arrange the sandpaper letters in front of them and then place objects on top of each card.  There are three items that we've chosen to use cards for instead of actual objects, but the rest are common household items that cost $1 or less.

Movable Alphabet

Sunshine has fallen in love with the movable alphabet this year, but struggled to use it appropriately.  For this reason I created My Montessori Lowercase Letters and Sounds Book as part of this bundle.  The size of the letters in this book is the same as those in our small movable alphabet.

Sunshine removes each letter from the box and places it on the card with the corresponding letter.  The image on each card helps Sunshine remember which sound each letter makes.  She will do this over and over again and loves to put the letters away as much as she enjoys placing them on the cards.


We have been working to help Sunshine learn to write for years, but her delays in fine motor skills make the process difficult.  This year Sunshine is begging for more opportunities to write, even though it's something she struggles with.  For this reason I created a traceable version of My Montessori Letters and Sounds Books in both upper and lowercase.  The letters are large and easy to trace using a finger, crayon, or marker.

Sunshine LOVES to trace her letters, especially when it means she is able to use her "special" markers.  Her writing is improving and the frustration over trying to write letters on her own is no longer an issue.

The cursive version of the same books has also been beneficial to Bulldozer as he also struggles with fine motor skills and needs larger letters to trace, especially on those days when he forgets how to write.

Dinomite and Princess enjoy the cursive versions of this book both in uppercase and lowercase.  They enjoy a large space to practice their letters.

Dinomite also enjoys the flashcards/flip books of letters written on lines.  The letters are smaller and for refined fingers, but provide a great chance to really master writing letters.  Control cards, traceable cards, and blank cards with lines are included.

Other Activities

Of course I couldn't just stop at books and flashcards! There is so much more fun included in this bundle as you help your child master their letters and sounds.

A bundle from us wouldn't be the same without letter sound clip cards, with both lowercase and uppercase letters.  Princess loves using the cursive version, while Sunshine is just starting to trust that she can mark the right letters, using her letters and sound book as a control.

There are match up cards, one set with uppercase and lowercase letters and then also a set of images that can be used.  Sunshine loves to use the match up cards and play a memory game.

The possibilities of the Montessori Letters and Sounds Printable Pack Bundle are endless.  It grows with your child whether you're at the very beginning of your letter journey or have been at it for a while.  I seriously don't know what we'd do without it!

The Montessori Letters and Sounds Printable Pack Bundle is available in print and cursive. Click on a links below to obtain your copy today!

Montessori Letters and Sounds Printable Pack Bundle in Print

Montessori Letters and Sounds Printable pack Bundle in Cursive

If you're reading this between September 12 through September 18, 2018 the Montessori Letters and Sounds Printable Pack Bundle in Print is included in the amazing Montessori-inspired Language Bundle!  

Don't miss out on an amazing opportunity to grab over 1000 pages of printables at 78% off!

No comments:

Post a Comment