b'Math ResourcesAll of their work with the Practical Life and Sensorial materials brings order to childrens experiences, important indirect preparation for the mathematical mind. The developing child yearns to organize, classify, and abstract. Fortunately the whole world obliges with toes to count, temperatures to read, and clocks to check. The Montessori math lessons lead the child through progressive hands-on activities, emphasizing concepts while preparing the child for abstractions. The resources we offer here complement and support work with Montessoris legendary math materials.The Blue Number Counting Book Math Works Bead BarFive ducklings are on the pondSix flowerpots sit on2nd EditionStamp Setthe stepsSeven candles shine on the birthday cake.Montessori Math and After working with the Montessori This unique book helps children learn basic mathematicalthe Developing Brain Bead Stair, children can use these stamps concepts by using a tactile approach. By touching andWhen a parent asks whyto reinforce their understanding of the numbers counting the flocked pictures for each number, childrenthere is no math homework or what the Table of Pythagoras1-10. Later, use for addition and multiplication associate numbers with their quantities and learn theirhas to do with standardized testing, follow up your answeractivities. Children will use the stamp pad for inking sequence. Seeing and touching the large, flocked numeralsby lending this wonderfully articulate book. Montessorianstamps, then stamp the bead bar outlines on paper helps children identify and remember numbers. Tracing theMichael Duffy offers concise, complete explanations ofand use the pencils to fill in with the Bead Stair number shapes with the fingers is a valuable preparation forthe Montessori math materials, their purpose, and theircolors. The Set includes 10 Bead Bar Stamps, the writing numbers. Spiral-bound cardstock, 12 pages. Find theclassroom uses. He also addresses topics of concernsturdy hardwood box (11" x 4" overall), a set of companion book, The Red Letter Alphabet Book (L710) onto parents, such as homework, recent brain research,10 colored pencils that match the Bead Stair, and page 60. It uses the same tactile approach to help children and standardized testing. Additional material discussesStamp Pad (3" x 2") with raised bed. Stamps are in the first stages of reading. Ages 26. Montessori math and how it relates to Common Corefrom Great Extensions.! CHOKING HAZARD (1). The Blue Number Counting BookL712$15.00 standards. Photos of children working with the materials,Not for under 3 yrs.The Red Letter Alphabet BookL71020.00 charts, and diagrams help make this a very readable guideBead Bar Stamp SetMA156$114.00Red Letter & Blue Number SetL71330.00SAVE for families, administrators, and assistants. From ParentStamps onlyMA15060.00Child Press. Paperback, 78 pages.Bulk pricing online. Box onlyMA15240.00MA104$14.95 Stamp Pad onlyA055.50Deci-PocketsAfter children have demonstrated the ability to lay out the numeral cards correctly, use these pockets for Bank Game activities. The numbers are clearly visible through the clear pockets and stay neatly in rows. Sized for Nienhuis and Gonzagarredi numeral cards. Several sets of paper cards will fit in the pockets. Children can bring the Small Deci-Pockets, filled with a set of small numeral cards, to their work area. The Large Deci-Pockets, filled with the large Butterflynumeral cards, can hang on a wall or be brought to Colors & Countingthe work area.Count the beautiful butterflies on every page Small 15" x 19"MA200$45.00from one red butterfly and two blue butterfliesLarge 26" x 34"MA20262.00all the way up to ten pink butterflies! The colorful artwork depicts real butterflies from nature, whose names are listed on the back cover. ANumeral cards not included.gem in its beauty and simplicitya great way to practice counting and learn colors! Board book, 10 pages. Ages 13. MA105$5.95 !See p. 2.66 Math ResourcesMontessoriServices.com877-975-3003'