Let’s have fun with 3D shapes....😉😊
Maria Montessori's sensorial work uses "sorting" in specific ways that work to use all of the child's senses, one at a time, in order to refine them.
The goal is to train the brain to create more organized thoughts and ways of retrieving information. .
Sorting is a beginning math skill.
It may seem that a big chunk early math is about learning numbers and quantity, but there's much more to it. .
By sorting, children understand that things are alike and different as well as that they can belong and be organized into certain groups.
Getting practice with sorting at an early age is important for numerical concepts and grouping numbers and sets when they're older. .
This type of thinking starts them on the path of applying logical thinking to objects, mathematical concepts and every day life in general
After finished grouping all the shapes, K wanted to do some lacing 😁
For this activity we still using material from @spielgaben .