- Print out our Color Correspondence print out here *We recommend printing on cardstock and laminating for an increase in durability.
- Place the entire activity on a tray in your Montessori inspired home so your child can pick this work whenever they would like to complete it. If you would like to read more about how to set up Montessori materials in your home, visit our blog at: http://www.beibeiamigos.com/blog
- Allow your child to practice this mathematics activity to strengthen their math skills!
At Home Montessori Monday! Utilizing color recognition to match an empty 3x3 square to a completed 3x3 square is a great way to boost your child's mathematics skills in one to one correspondence, problem solving and color recognition. To implement this Montessori math tray in your own home:
At Home Montessori Monday!
Storing your child's works in your home is an important piece of incorporating Montessori in your home.
In the Montessori classroom, trays containing works are placed at the child's level so that the child can independently pick their work and put away their work when they are complete.
By identifying child size shelves and trays in your home, you can begin organizing works and displaying them in your child's play space.
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Creating a Montessori inspired home can be challenging and we want to help you by creating a guide to help you begin implementing Montessori philosophies, materials, and works, slowly into your home.
This article will help you in identifying what makes an activity Montessori and how you can utilize activities you already own to create Montessori work in your home.
Montessori Activities have a few main components such as being:
Montessori activities are also: