Math

Math, Number Recognition, numerals, quantity, early math
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Finger-Paint Numbers Hands-on Math
Did you know? Between ages three and six, kids are like sponges, absorbing the world around them. Dr. Montessori captured it perfectly when she said, “It’s as if the child, having absorbed the world by an unconscious kind of intelligence, now ‘lays his hands’ to it.”
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Tactile 🙌 Number Boards Hands-on Math 🧮
printable measurement worksheets for kids with pencils and crayons on them
Free measurements hands-on workbook kids activity printable PDF pack
See my blog for details and to get a 🎁 f r e e Measurements Hands-On Work Book Kids Activity Pack! *You can use whatever you have on hand as a measuring reference: paper clips, gum drops, coins, pasta, marbles, etc So, hold onto your hats, because our little explorer is about to embark on a dino-measuring extravaganza using puzzle pieces! 🌋🔍 🌟 Here's how the excitement unfolds: 🧩 Puzzle Piece Prodigy: Armed with colorful puzzle pieces, our intrepid explorer sets out to measure these mighty dinosaurs. How many pieces will it take to measure a Velociraptor or a Brachiosaurus? Let's unravel the mystery while sparking creativity and imagination! 📝 Recording Rendezvous: Every measurement becomes a thrilling discovery! Our pint-sized paleontologist diligently records the number of puzzle p
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🦕 Dino-Measuring Adventure with Puzzle 🧩 Pieces
See my blog for details and to get a 🎁 f r e e Measurements Hands-On Work Book Kids Activity Pack! *You can use whatever you have on hand as a measuring reference: paper clips, gum drops, coins, pasta, marbles, etc So, hold onto your hats, because our little explorer is about to embark on a dino-measuring extravaganza using puzzle pieces! 🌋🔍 🌟 Here's how the excitement unfolds: 🧩 Puzzle Piece Prodigy: Armed with colorful puzzle pieces, our intrepid explorer sets out to measure these mighty dinosaurs. How many pieces will it take to measure a Velociraptor or a Brachiosaurus? Let's unravel the mystery while sparking creativity and imagination! 📝 Recording Rendezvous: Every measurement becomes a thrilling discovery! Our pint-sized paleontologist diligently records the number of puzzle p
👆Finger-Paint Numbers Hand-on Math FREE Printable PDF
🎨🔢 Learning-Made-Fun! 👀 watch till the end to see the PDF🎁 plus, I might do another surprise from my stories😉 🌟 Get ready for a learning adventure that’s all about fun, creativity, and mastering those numbers. 🎨 As those tiny fingers print each number, they’re not just painting – they’re secretly honing motor control and hand-eye coordination like little finger athletes! 🏋️‍♀️✨ But that’s not all – here’s the twist: they’re also on a mission of rational counting. Yup, while they’re getting artsy, they’re also becoming math wizards! 🧮🕵️‍♀️ Did you know? Between ages three and six, kids are like sponges, absorbing the world around them. Dr. Montessori captured it perfectly when she said, “It’s as if the child, having absorbed the world by an unconscious kind of intelligence, now ‘l
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Grab the Numbers Tracing 🎁f r e e b i e 💬📥 from my blog 🌟 Get ready for a learning adventure that’s all about fun, creativity, and mastering those numbers. 🎨 As those tiny fingers print each number, they’re not just painting – they’re secretly honing motor control and hand-eye coordination like little finger athletes! 🏋️‍♀️✨ But that’s not all – here’s the twist: they’re also on a mission of rational counting. Yup, while they’re getting artsy, they’re also becoming math wizards! 🧮🕵️‍♀️ Did you know? Between ages three and six, kids are like sponges, absorbing the world around them. Dr. Montessori captured it perfectly when she said, “It’s as if the child, having absorbed the world by an unconscious kind of intelligence, now ‘lays his hands’ to it.” 👉🏻 Teaching Early Rational Coun
🛑 Stop teaching Abstract Numerals to 2yr-Olds because it is pointless & join Math Course🔗in notes
Sure, it might seem like a good idea to introduce your little one to numerals early on, but the truth is, they're just not ready for it yet. So what's a better way to teach them about math? Well, it turns out that the Montessori method has a great approach. Instead of abstract symbols, start by introducing tangible quantities that children can hold and manipulate. Things like the Montessori Number rods, which help children learn about the relationship between numbers and their physical size. https://eschool.montessorifromtheheart.com/course/mathematics-montessori-homeschooling-curriculum
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Tree 🌳 Printing Rational Counting! this PDF as part of the Spring course join link 🔗under notes
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DIY Abacus 🧮 Montessori Math “materialized abstraction” join the course 🔗link in notes
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