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The Montessori binomial cube is composed of 8 wooden blocks designed to fit within the box and form a bigger cube. Among these 8 wooden blocks, there is a single red cube, three matching red and black prisms, a blue cube, and three blue and black prisms. This introduces essential algebraic concepts and provides a tangible representation of the (a + b)^3 formula, thus preparing them for more advanced mathematical understanding.
Skip counting is a fundamental concept in early mathematics that forms the basis for more advanced mathematical skills. In Montessori education, skip counting is introduced through the use of specialized materials such as the Short Chain and Long Chain.
Understand phonemic awareness, find out how to play I spy games to introduce letter sounds, and know the key sounds to begin with and their letter symbols. Read on!
Montessori resources to use for studying the parts of the sponge, including instructions for lesson presentation, objectives, and materials. Read to know more! 🧽
Here we will explore the significance of linear counting in Montessori education, delve into the presentation of the Hundred Chain and Thousand Chain materials, and discuss how they empower children to develop a deep understanding of numerical patterns and concepts.
The binomial cube teaches children how to assemble a cube, have attention to detail, spatial orientation, and memorize patterns. Know more!
Learn about the unique characteristics of snails and foster an appreciation for these incredible mollusks. Join us in exploring about these crawling creatures with your kids!
In Montessori, the decimal system is a cornerstone of mathematical education. It serves as the foundation for understanding numbers and place value, paving the way for more advanced mathematical concepts. This system is not just about numbers; it's about nurturing a deep comprehension of how our numerical system works.
Dr. Maria Montessori, recognized as the founder of the Montessori Method, has made several important contributions to early childhood education. She was born in 1870 in Ancona, Italy, and was …
Montessori resources to use for studying the parts of the snail, including instructions for lesson presentation, objectives, and materials. Read to know more! 🐌
Study more about puffins with this birds life cycle poster and cards. Nurture your child's interests and engage them with Montessori-aligned hands-on manipulatives and writing prompts. With watercolor images, ignite their art appreciation even more.
For further exercise in mechanical reading, the child is given Phonetic Reading Cards which contains pictures of words that are spelled phonetically. These are the Montessori language materials (i.e., picture …
Use this classified cards set for learning about different fishes and study the parts of the fish with these Montessori nomenclature cards and booklets, perhaps after an outdoor activity. Explore …
Looking for a last minute gift for your child's favorite teacher? Get them this thoughtful postcard and attach a gift card that they will surely appreciate, whether for back to school, thanksgiving, or birthday!
Study more about insects with this animal life cycle poster and cards. Nurture your child's interests and engage them with Montessori-aligned hands-on manipulatives and writing prompts. With watercolor images, ignite their art appreciation even more.
Make your own arrow labels and use this Montessori math material with the short chain and long chain bead bars in the bead cabinet.
With these Montessori sensorial extension material, create patterns of the pink tower blocks and promote creativity, develop precision, and prepare the child for math work.
Get these Montessori nomenclature cards of different musical instruments now and nurture child's interest with instruments around the world.
Prepare these homeschooling activities for your child to learn the CVC words and build their language skills.
Sharing books read aloud and flipped through for parents and children who love books just as I do 🤎
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