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These unique board books bring the popular Montessori pedagogy to trade book form for the first time. Using materials and methods common to Montessori classrooms, these interactive board books immerse young children in an aesthetically rich learning experience, while providing parents and caregivers with carefully crafted language to encourage understanding.In Montessori cThese unique board books bring the popular Montessori pedagogy to trade book form for the first time. Using materials and methods common to Montessori classrooms, these interactive board books immerse young children in an aesthetically rich learning experience, while providing parents and caregivers with carefully crafted language to encourage understanding.In Montessori classrooms, students learn to write before they learn to read, so the process is driven by their own words and thoughts before those of others. Letters are taught first as sounds (instead of names), and alphabet tiles encourage children to trace each letter with their fingers. This book honors that tradition by emulating the standard classroom material with touchable, traceable letters and beautiful colors that evoke the elegant simplicity of the Montessori aesthetic.Praise for Montessori: Letter Work"The combination of phonetics and simple retro illustration makes for an excellent entree into pre-literacy."—The Wall Street Journal...

Title : Montessori: Letter Work
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ISBN : 9781419704116
Format Type : Board Book
Number of Pages : 24 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Montessori: Letter Work Reviews

  • K
    2019-01-02 04:25

    This is my current favorite alphabet book. All the words use the most common sound of the letter. I really like the tactile nature and that it introduces letter sounds, not letter names.

  • Melody Palmer
    2019-01-23 06:31

    Really good book for letter-writing and practice with fingers. Useful for working on motor skills.

  • Eva Kelly
    2019-01-06 06:40

    This was one of my birthday books and it's a good one that I learned a LOT from. The letters are scratchy and you learn how to make them with your finger, and then you see something that has the letters in it. So it's really good even if it IS a baby [board] book. But I guess it's good that it's like that because I look at it a LOT. And maybe someday when I'm done with it I'll give it to a baby since I know it all now.

  • Ingrid
    2019-01-19 10:18

    Great for the achievement- oriented parent who wants their very hound children to start working with letters. This is completely developmentally appropriate for young kids and they totally original.

  • Lizzie
    2019-01-22 07:21

    Great board book for new readers. The sandpaper touch and feel quality and the directional of letters is great way to learn ABCs, and letter sounds. Clean presentation and fun shape to hold (maybe not shelf!)

  • Peacegal
    2019-01-07 08:37

    Interesting format.

  • Supriya
    2019-01-23 06:46

    Love this Book.