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• Recently, ๐ฆ๐ผAdrian really got into LEGO building: he builds every day, and he would build the entire day (if I let him๐). So, we are LEGO โค๏ธ๏ธfanatics here! This Snow โ๏ธ Resort Kit (buy…

• This Thanksgiving Inspired DIY lesson on Subtraction uses materials you probably have at home. (Please note that this lesson should be presented to a child who already understands the concept of numerals at least till ten and…

• This is a super easy DIY math counting activity to teach your child simple addition, number recognition and numeral to quantity association. This is also an awesome fine and gross motor exercise as those little fingers…

• Today, we are exploring ๐ฟSpring-Inspired ๐Counters and ๐ขNumbers Sensory Bin with a Math Twist. According to Dr. Maria Montessori, from birth till about seven years of age, children have a very sensorial relationship with their world…

• Spring Hands-On Counting Activities for toddlers and preschoolers to learn number formation, counting and numeral to quantity association. …

• Happy ๐Birthday Dr. Seuss! Today, we are celebrating Dr. Seussโ ๐ Birthday by reading his books and assembling Green Eggs and Ham puzzle! "The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more…

• Montessori Hundred Board didactic mathematical material can be used to create heart patterns as a fun numeracy activity for Valentine's Day.…

• The Hundred Board (buy here) is a traditional Montessori material, consisting of a blank board and wooden numbers from 1- 100. There is also a control chart with all the numbers filled in. The objective…

• In a Montessori Math curriculum, after introducing Number Rods (see a post here) at about two years of age, Sandpaper Numbers are generally introduced next (see a post here). The third math material is usually a…

• Montessori Number Rods, Sandpaper Numbers, and Spindles are first concrete numeracy materials to introduce math to a toddler or preschooler starting at about two-years-old.…

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