# Montessori Math

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montessori elementary math materials, ideas, extensions for teaching with Montessori stamp game, golden beads, bead bars. Practical ideas for classroom and homeschoolers https://montessorikiwi.com/collections/all/math?grid_list=grid-view

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90 'Bring me' or 'make me' task cards for golden bead 'base 10' independent work in montessori casa or lower elementary classes. HOW TO USE The child takes one of these cards, makes the two, three or four digit number with Golden Beads or Stamp Game, then brings it to an older buddy or teacher to check. These cards can also be used to make addition equations e.g. the child takes two of the cards and adds them together to find out the sum.

Teach your toddler to count with this Montessori inspired shopping game.

Montessori Checkerboard Stories, these stories help students put numbers into context!

This is an interactive activity. Help your Montessori student learn their addition and subtraction facts to the sum of 10 with these handy family of facts charts tat use colored beads. Students write the relevant equation in the given space.Each card has instructions on it.

This is an interactive activity. It is slightly modified from the paper copy resource of a similar name. To use this students and yourself will need access to Google. The resource is a Google Slides file. All students need to do is write in the named spaces. Students can share their file with you and you can check their answers. All places the student needs to write are clearly marked.

Montessori math: Golden Beads 'Make me' for Bank Game. constructing numbers.

Montessori math: Doubles plus 1 (near doubles). lots of hands on activities for kids!

Montessori math: advanced place value task cards SET 1.these are perfect for extending place value knowledge use them to meet common core

Have you been looking at how to integrate the measurement strand into your classroom?Are you confused about what order to teach things? or Do you have a multi-level classroom that makes planning difficult? Do you need a resource you can dip into? Look no further This growing bundle is for you. It is designed for 5-10 year olds. Learning objectives are outlined and a brief explanation of each activity is provided too.

Montessori Math Scope and Sequence | Shop Montessori Resources, Toys, Puzzles and More

This is an interactive activity. It is slightly modified from the paper copy of the same name. To use this students and yourself will need access to Google. The resource is a Google Slides file. All students need to do is write in the named spaces. Students can share their file with you and you can check their answers. All places the student needs to write are clearly marked. Help your Montessori student learn their addition facts to the sum of 10 with these handy number bond sheets

I've talked before about the importance of teaching math strategies. Teaching about doubles is one way of helping students find an anchor for their basic facts. Double equations are 1 1, 2 2, 3 3 etc. If a child knows doubles then they can work out one more and one less than a double equation. They also give a starting point for students to work out equations like 20 20, or 30 30.

This is an interactive activity. It is slightly modified from the paper copy of the same name. To use this students and yourself will need access to Google. The resource is a Google Slides file. All students need to do is write in the named spaces. Students can share their file with you and you can check their answers. All places the student needs to write are clearly marked. There are 4 sets of cards. Each set has 10 cards in it.

I've talked before about the importance of teaching math strategies. Teaching about doubles is one way of helping students find an anchor for their basic facts. Double equations are 1 1, 2 2, 3 3 etc. If a child knows doubles then they can work out one more and one less than a double equation. They also give a starting point for students to work out equations like 20 20, or 30 30.

My Montessori 6-12 Freebie library is packed with resources for classrooms and homeschool elementary. An email with the link will be sent to you, please check your spam or promotion tabs