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• Lacing wooden geometric shapes (buy here or similar here) is a classic Montessori Sensorial activity. This is also an easy DIY activity to make at home with colored heavy-cardstock (buy here), scissors and a hole…

• Today, we are exploring fractions. My children love LEGO. They are always either working on building LEGO or enjoy playing with it, so we have it out most of the time. Fractions are an…

• Understanding fractions is an incredibly important concept as it forms a basis for later higher math, chemistry, physics, and many practical life activities. When Adrian turned two, we started talking about fractions in the kitchen…

• This Wooden Tangram Puzzle (buy similar here) is an ancient Chinese brain game known to prime children's brains for math. A child will have fun grasping mathematical concepts such as congruency, symmetry, area, perimeter and…

• Exploring TRIANGLE shape with Montessori Geometry Metal Insets to prepare preschooler hand for writing, develop dexterity and fine motor skills.…

• Montessori Geometric Metal Insets | CIRCLE presentation prepares a preschooler for future handwriting and promotes hand-eye coordination. …

• Exploring a SQUARE SHAPE with Montessori Geometric Metal Insets, which are Steps Towards Literacy Language Lesson, by preparing the hand for writing.…

• We have been working with numbers lately, and Adrian (at 31 months) is seeing numbers everywhere – even in an ellipse:) Metal Insets are designed to prepare your child for handwriting. Manipulating the insets will strengthen the three-finger…

• Lacing Shapes is very useful activity as it teaches colors, shape recognition, and threading (indirectly preparing a hand for sewing one day). Made in the USA, these six wooden geometric shapes (circle, triangle, octagon, hexagon, pentagon, and…

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