Thursday, March 12, 2009

3-Part Cards: Storage, Organization, & Display

I just laminated and cut my Montessori for Everyone Phases of the Moon Cards, and I'm on a quest to figure out the best way to store our 3-Part Cards when not in use! What do you do to store and organize your cards when not in use? I'd love to hear/see your ideas!

What about when in use? How do you display them on the shelves? Montessori Services carries some nice looking Three-Part Trays, but I'd like an alternative to paying $23.50 a pop!


  1. hello, bravo for your blog that I read often. I'm a french mother of four chidren, homeschooling with montessori.

    For the classified cards, I made that (bottom of the page):
    It's laminated paper folded in which I cut slits. I can give you more photos if you want.


  2. Cissou!
    I'm glad you've enjoyed reading my blog. Thank you for leaving a comment and providing a link. What a wonderful idea you have shared with me today! I like your method of display and storage very much. If you wouldn't mind, I would absolutely love to see a few more pictures. My email address is munequita4 (at)

    My neice is studying in at a school in Paris right now. She went to school with some Dominican Sisters here in the U.S.A. and learned French with them. I can understand some of your blog because my first language was Spanish, and I also attend Mass in Latin. For the parts I did not understand, I just copied and pasted the text into the Yahoo! Babel Fish translator.

    It looks like you have a wonderful blog! I look forward to checking it out some more.
    Thank you!

  3. I found an easy way to store cards!!! I put them in a manila envelope 6 x 9. I label them and I put it in the correspondent subject box until is time to use. When I need them I display them on trays!!! This way it is all organized and ready to be used!! And you can buy 100 envelopes for little in Amazon. I will make a post of this in the next few days in my blog: By the way, I really like your blog!!!!!!Thanks!


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