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

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

Great idea! ---> Phonics flip book http://kidsactivitiesblog.com/6412/word-families-flip-book

Word Families Flip Chart

Great idea! ---> Phonics flip book http://kidsactivitiesblog.com/6412/word-families-flip-book

Child Created Dominoes - involving kids in the learning process for Early Math:  activity suggestions and math games to play

Child Created Dominoes - involving kids in the learning process for Early Math: activity suggestions and math games to play

Multiplication Table to Half Chart, this can be useful when teaching multiplication, and that the order of numbers isn't important when multiplying, ie. 3*7 = 7*3 -Joel Bradley

Multiplication Table to Half Chart, this can be useful when teaching multiplication, and that the order of numbers isn't important when multiplying, ie. 3*7 = 7*3 -Joel Bradley

Ooooooh, I love this extension that sections the hundred board into puzzle-ish pieces.

Ooooooh, I love this extension that sections the hundred board into puzzle-ish pieces.

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.

7 DIY Projects for Beach-Inspired Decor

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.

Blog post at LivingMontessoriNow.com : I love the Montessori hundred board. It's a great activity for any time of the year, but it's especially meaningful around the 100th day of [..]

100th Day Activities - Free Printable Extensions for the 100 Board

Blog post at LivingMontessoriNow.com : I love the Montessori hundred board. It's a great activity for any time of the year, but it's especially meaningful around the 100th day of [..]

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