Here are the smaller number cards, one through 9000, for counting and math operations with the golden bead material. Check it out at montessorimom.com
Counting and doing math operations with the golden bead material was one of my children’s favorite activities.
We always had to keep adding more bead material and number cards.
Here are some of the small number cards 10,000 through 900,000 for more counting fun.
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You can printout and make as much golden bead material that you need. It’s a great way to introduce the decimal system, base 10 or even count to a million. It’s a cheap and cheerful way to learn about quantities.
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These numerals are used introducing quantities and numbers. You can find this printout at montessorimom.com
The brown stair is a prism with ten stairs that vary in width and length. It is used to help differentiate sizes.
Here is a printout of the brown stair at montessorimom.com
Pumpkins have a hard outer shell with a soft inside. Check these free pumpkin nomenclature cards at montessorimom.com
The life cycle of a pumpkin is easy to see in pictures. Check out the printout at montessorimom.com
It’s pumpkin time and we thought these nomenclature cards would be a nice addition to your fall lessons. Check out the free printout at montessorimom.com
Penguins by Lucia Raatma is a Scholastic series that is easy to read about the life and locations of penguins. A very enjoyable book for learning about these fascinating creatures.
Penguins by Seymour Simon with the Smithsonian contribution has great illustrations and information. The narrative is well written and easy to understand.
I love penguins! I can spend hours watching them at the local zoo. Here are some nomenclature cards to printout at montessorimom.com