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Montessori Lists: Our Favorite Material Makers from Around the Web

Montessori Lists: Our Favorite Material Makers from Around the Web

This week on Montessori Lists, we are talking about our favorite Montessori artisans and material creators from around the web. Most of these vendors focus on materials for ages 0-3 though some create products for ages 3-6. There are so many beautiful shops out there making lovely materials and we hope that you will join us in supporting them.
 
 
Bella’s Casa sells everything from mobiles to Korean language materials. Check out these and Jae’s many other products at her online store.  
 
 
Baby Burrows creates lovely topponcinos for newborns! I ordered one for a baby shower this past summer and it was very well made - a great gift for anyone expecting a little one!
 
 
April at GooseDesigns has a great selection of products at her Etsy store. She offers mobiles, aprons, teethers, toys and cleaning mitts. She also has a small selection of botanical products. 
 
 
Run by Xia Li, an AMI 0-3 trained guide and NAMC trained 3-6 guide, mvita is a factory located in Zhejiang, China. They offer a wide variety of products like stereognostic bags, glue boxes, mobiles, rattles, practical life brushes, jars and baskets.
 
 
Essential Montessori is an Etsy shop run by a couple out of Raleigh, North Carolina and creates beautiful wooden toys that are finished with homemade natural beeswax and an olive oil blend. Their dyes are all natural. 
 
 
Montessori Woodworks is run by a mom of two young boys. All of her products are handmade in the United States. Manipulatives make up most of the store and every product is absolutely beautiful!
 
 
Shawn is an AMI Primary and Elementary guide. She sews beautiful handmade pouches for cards and even creates her own language card material!
 
 
MamumaBird creates gorgeous wooden puzzles, stacking toys and lacing toys. Everything she creates is like a work of art! 
 
 
Based out of Spain, this company creates quality wooden Montessori furniture for home and school environments at an affordable price. 
 
 
Jennifer at CobbleWorks uses unique fabrics to create pouches for language materials. She also has lovely sewing kits for children.  
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Michelle Rugel-Hiatt

Michelle is an AMI certified primary and elementary guide. She is passionate about creating beautiful Montessori environments.
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