Montessori Math Printables Review

I have spent the past week reviewing and testing out the Montessori math printables from Every Star is Different, and I am so excited to share how we are using them in our homeschool preschool! These are the Montessori math printable bundles we have tested: Montessori Math Bead Bar Bundle Montessori Addition and Subtraction Bundle Montessori […]

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Montessori Math Activities for Preschoolers — Spindle Box

Once the Sandpaper Numbers 0-9 are mastered, it’s time to move on to some number to quantity work.  My favorite way to teach quantity (especially differences/increases in quantity) is the Montessori Spindle Box.  I bought this smaller (and more budget-friendly) spindle box, and it is perfect for our home environment. To present the spindle box, start with […]

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Montessori Math for Preschoolers — Bead Bar Number Ordering Puzzle

L has been super into the math section lately, so I have been really excited to be using Every Star is Different’s Montessori Math Bead Bar Printable Pack Bundle.  While there are specific ways to use many of the activities included in the bundle, this is one that I tweaked a bit for us.  I […]

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Montessori-Inspired Math Activities for Preschoolers — Number to Quantity Scavenger Hunt

Incorporating movement in educational activities — especially on a large scale — is a great way to make activities extra fun while stimulating more parts of the brain.  One fun way to do this is to turn your typical Montessori-inspired work into a “scavenger hunt.”  You can see how I’ve done this before with colors […]

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10 Montessori-Inspired Math Activities for Toddlers

Maria Montessori used her understanding of child development to design a philosophy for teaching math to the young child.  Children are exposed to numbers and math in their daily lives, as they see numbers on calendars, clocks, and other daily objects, or hear their parents discussing money or how many of something exists.  In the […]

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