A couple of weeks ago I gave Daisy the first two angle nomenclature lessons. These lessons use the geometric stick box. The first defines complete and straight angles, while the second defines acute, right, and obtuse angles. After the second lesson she recorded all the definitions in her math book.
Today my oldest finished a huge project! For the past year or so, she’s been making the Montessori Fraction Charts. The Fraction Charts are a bit like a fraction dictionary. The charts show fraction circles 1-10, fraction equivalence, fraction addition and subtraction with like and unlike denominators, multiplication of a
Looking back we did quite well with the Montessori Geography sequence last year. The more time I spend with the albums, the more I understand how everything weaves together. However so much of the geography albums cover what I’d consider “science” topics. It’s amazing, but we didn’t learn much actual
The Montessori peg board is used with Elementary students for a few different math topics: factors, common multiples, square roots. It could also be used for geometric multiplication work, and other work besides. As I’ve mentioned, FunGirl doesn’t love working with materials. She likes to move to paper work or