I have been burning the midnight oil to finish my teacher-made materials:
This Geometric Solid Card and Photo Matching was a big hit! I got the idea over at Sew Liberated and used cards I made from the beautiful pdf's available from Montessori for Everyone. I would like to work toward having complete sets of images for the polygons, circular, and triangular shapes but some of the images are very hard to find.
My personal favorite was a Sensorial matching of eight different species of wood. My talented uncle made it for me and it looked, smelled and felt absolutely beautiful! The photograph just doesn't do it justice.I already have had several teachers express an interest in purchasing this.
For Language I used this Underwood Leader my dad received around 1950 as a Christmas present from his parents. It resembles the model that correspondants used during WWII. Weighing about 35 pounds it was considered portable! As a girl, I spent countless hours before it composing newsletters, stories and flyers. Now my kids love it, too! It is better than newer models because it takes a beating and has a very simple keyboard.