Montessori Wrap-Up

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Mavi is 37 month old.

Here’s the summary of our Montessori-related activities for the past two weeks.

MATH

Working with bead stairs worksheet.

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Learning how to add and understanding the ‘teen numbers. 

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Patterning using popsicle sticks.  The sticks were from National Bookstore (Bacolod).

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Forming polygons using popsicle sticks.  We counted the sides of each polygons formed.  I realize that whenever we do some “shapes” activity related to polygons, I should give emphasis on counting the sides.

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PRACTICAL LIFE

Sorting pompoms using a clamp.  The pompoms were from Spotlight Singapore.

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Sorting pompoms using a chopstick trainer.  You can get this trainer anywhere in Singapore.

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Wooden nuts and bolts.  I bought this one at Daiso Singapore.  It was difficult for him at first to roll the nuts, he gets confused on what direction he should turn it.  Eventually he figure it out and started playing with it for hours.

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SENSORIAL.

We have lots of old magazines at home so here I cut a few pictures and made it into puzzles for the little one to play.

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Lots of drawing this week and he prefer using oil pastels and Crayola’s Pipsqueak.

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LANGUAGE

Phonics search for letters CUSNPOLH.

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Just wanted to show these landmarks :) I find it really cute.  Of course, they fall under U for United States and United Kingdom hehe.  In case you wanted to know where I got these, it’s from Safari Toobs.

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Pink Series and moveable letters.  We’re still working on sets 1 to 4 and this time I taught him how to use the moveable letters with our CVC words.  The letters were made from foam art papers. 

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Then we did more writing practice using his mini-chalk board, a gift from his Dad’s friend and using Kumon lowercase Write and Wipe.

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