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.This book folloThese 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.This book follows the Montessori method by introducing the numbers 1 to 10 first as quantities to count before showing them as numerals. Cumulative red and blue tabs based on the counting rods found in Montessori classrooms help readers conceptualize quantities. Groupings of beautifully stylized illustrations provide objects to count before readers encounter textured numerals to trace with their fingers.Praise for Montessori: Number Work“Nicely illustrated, this tall, distinctive board book is a useful resource for parents and teachers.”—Booklist"The combination of phonetics and simple retro illustration makes for an excellent entree into pre-literacy."—The Wall Street Journal...
|Title||:||Montessori: Number Work|
|Format Type||:||Board Book|
|Number of Pages||:||24 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Montessori: Number Work Reviews
Oh please, just take my money! My two year old just started Montessori school, but I don't think she had been exposed to this particular work yet. This board book has sandpaper numbers to trace with one's fingers and objects to count. My preschooler was completely enthralled from beginning to end and it was a great bonus that this is a board book so her little brother won't destroy it. I got this from the library and will definitely look for more Montessori work books for babies there.
While this is a counting book, I was especially interested to read the description of the book is set up for children, parents, and teachers to use it following the Montessori method. First, the child counts the objects, then trace the symbol with their finger, and lastly use the tabs (number rods) on the edge of the book. The pictures are simple and easy to count. A child can easily begin to see how many items are on each page as they repeatedly read the book.
Great board book.
Love the touch aspect of this book. Montessori rocks!
I'm not crazy about the tabs (they'll get ruined in the library) or the chart in the back, but I like everything else.
Wonderful book for my child in Primary program.
A great hands-on/sensorial number experience!