Montessori Math Activities — Bead Bar Printable Bundle from Every Star is Different

  I just ordered a Montessori bead stair for our math studies, and while I’ve been waiting for it to arrive, I’ve been busy cutting and laminating some beautiful cards from Every Star is Different’s Montessori Math Bead Bar Printable Pack Bundle.  I was so excited to find this amazing printable bundle since it fits right […]

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Montessori-Inspired Activities for Toddlers — One-to-One Correspondence with Pom-Poms

Practical Life works are known for the repetition of motion needed to complete the activity, and that’s one of the huge draws for toddlers.  I’ll be honest — I like that repetition too.  This is one of the works that both girls love, although N spends way more time with it, and it’s one that […]

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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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DIY Montessori-Inspired Math Activities for Preschoolers — One-to-One Correspondence

L has become more and more interested in numbers lately, so I am taking full advantage and redoing a lot of our math works!  She is pretty good with the Sandpaper Numbers 1-5, so I made this One-to-One Correspondence work to show the correlation between the written number and the quantity. This is super easy […]

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