Sensorial Vocab!

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A little list I made for parents…helpful when researching Montessori Sensorial lessons for your child! Advanced Organizer: Indicates the broad goal of the activity to the learner Auditory: Hearing Auto-Education: Education that enables children to learn on their own Bells: Mushroom-shaped bells that give a very clear tone Blindfold: Makes the exercise a stereognostic (exclusive […]

My Fabric Box

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FABRIC BOX  *featured lesson on page #37 found here* http://livingmontessorinow.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Mom-Bloggers-Talk-Montessori-eBook.pdf Tactile Sense Matching Left to Right Progression Material An open basket containing six squares of material of different makes.  They include: denim, polyester, nylon, stripped, flannel and cotton.  A control set (placed in another open basket) is included in the form of a pocket.  Both […]

Sensorial Lesson: Brown Quadrilaterial Prism

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“We have already pointed out that the function of the sensorial materials is not to present the child with new impressions (of size, shape, colour, and so forth) but to bring order and system into the myriad impressions he has already received and is still receiving.” —Dr. Maria Montessori BROWN QUADRILATERIAL PRISM Materials 10 brown […]

Sensorial Lesson: Pink Tower

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PINK TOWER Materials 10 wooden pink cubes that differ in three dimensions (these wooden pink cubes are graded from one centimeter cubed to ten centimeters cubed) a floor rug a small stand for the pink tower Presentation 1. Please invite your child to work on the pink tower lesson. 2. Unroll a rug on the […]