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• SEASHELLS Kids SUMMER Montessori Math and Sensory invitation to Play Activities for preschoolers and kindergartners to promote numeracy and fine motor skills. …

• After observing Julia doing multiplication exercises, Adrian expressed an interest, so we have been doing some multiplication work this past month. To illustrate the process concretely, we are using these mega building blocks to introduce…

• Montessori Odd and Even Math activity (also called Cards and Counters) concretely teaches a child what number is odd and what number is even, a concept which can otherwise seem very abstract to a child.…

• I believe that good habits form a good character. So, as part of Adrian's daily routine (he has a schedule, just like Julia), he writes/traces in his workbooks. I wouldn't say that writing is…

• Today, we are playing a fun extension to the numbers memory game by incorporating colors into the number-memorization process. This activity is very simple DIY at home: no specialized Montessori material is required.  What…

• 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…

• Adrian started legibly writing letters at around three years of age (see a post "Writing his own name at 37 months" here), but numbers for some reason are harder for him to trace. So, he practices…

• Happy ๐ฃ Easter!  Easter is a time to celebrate new life, and spring in all its glory. We give thanks for having peace and for our family, for beautiful blooming flowers, for newborn animals,…

• Adrian is familiar with Montessori Teen Boardย and the concept of building teens, so it is time to introduce the Tens Board. (Buy the Teen & Tens Board set hereย and beads for the Teen Boardย hereย or…

• What is Montessori Math? In a traditional math curriculum, children are introduced abstract numeration before they can understand the actual quantity. Number "one"/1 is just a symbol representing a quantity (holding one apple in…

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