Hey Montessorians! Today I found another lower elementary work you. It is Montessori Made Affordable Division Material.
The Division Finger Charts are used to:
- Learn the division facts.
- Gradually transfer from concrete to abstract representation of division.
- Learn more about remainders.
- Develop concentration and independence.
- Develop a sense of accuracy.
- preparation for finding the Highest Common Factor and the Lowest Common Multiple.
I found this work at KidAdvance for 57% off! I checked on Amazon, because KidAdvance sells there as well to see if the item was cheaper and it was actually more expensive.
I am not a “deal blogger”. I am a Montessori homeschooling mom that has seen the fruit of a Montessori foundation and am just trying to help homeschoolers implement Montessori concepts economically. But I also provide links to the lessons so you can see how to use the deals I’m finding. Below are lessons and video from a few resources to help you understand when and how to use these Division materials.
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Montessori Math Album with age, aims and prerequisites.
Presentation from Montessori Album. Shu-Chen Albums… so of the best free albums on the internet.
Moteaco.com Math Albums with Extensions. An Excellent resource!
Video of the Presentation from Montessori Live.
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