You’ve probably heard us say this before, but if there’s one way to describe Montessori, it is that the only way to achieve the abstract, is through the concrete. Now, there’s a lot at work in this photo, which we thought we would take the opportunity to elucidate in greater detail. #montessorimath #math #montessori
Playful Centerpiece Here's a variation on traditional alphabet blocks that serves as a centerpiece and game. Sand the sides and corners of 2-inch wooden blocks and paint them soft sea colors. Cut 2-inch squares from maps and photos (or Nautical Charts) and decoupage the squares on each block. Stack the blocks for a fun conversation piece or arrange them in a tray as a kind of puzzle.
100th Day Activities - Free Printable Extensions for the 100 Board