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Is there a general order that teachers use for giving Montessori lessons?

Is there a general order that teachers use for giving Montessori lessons? {Confessions of a Montessori Mom}

Is there a general order that teachers use for giving Montessori lessons?

Is there a general order that teachers use for giving lessons? The montessori method follows the child and observes what is next for that child. Therefore, I have read in many places that there is no set curriculum to follow. But there are albums that Montessori teachers create. There may be no set time to teach something, but what I am thinking and wondering is, is there a general order or pattern which a teacher might use. I have noticed in the math materials that the pink tower comes before the brown stair and the red rods. I am thinking that I could have the "next" lessons or activities prepared, tucked away, and taken out when the child is ready for it. But how do I know what lessons and activities to tuck away? ~Laura S.

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