Thank you to Lauren Franchek for sharing her beautiful classroom with us! You can find links to explore the other areas of her classroom at the bottom of this page.
This is the Practical Life area of her Montessori classroom. Lauren has a great eye for selecting attractive and unique materials.
One corner of the Practical Life area
What a charming corner to enjoy some tea with a friend
Prepare some snacks and tea for friends and visitors
A copper plant care set and some sewing activities
Let’s master the basic fine motor skills of pouring and spooning with these preliminary exercises first! And I love the chicken wire cabinet to store the washcloths!
Lots of washing, scrubbing, and polishing options!
A unique bench for the basket of dressing frames
A few more fun practical life activities
A cabinet for flower arranging
Plant watering, and dusters and dusting cloths below
A credenza to store snack and lunch dishes
Cooking and lunch supplies
A place to eat
Click the images below for a closer look at the different areas of Lauren’s classroom