SENSORY MONTESSORI EDUCATION A rich collection of Montessori teaching
ir senses. Teaching materials, including mathematical, botanical and geographi- cal cards, have simple and classic shapes thanks to the high-quality wood. Some of them have plastic elements. Their colours and attractive design encourage children to use them. These teaching aids are divi- ded into several groups corresponding to
the areas of child’s education in preschool and school age. They stimulate cognitive activity while meeting the requirements included in the core curriculum. The child using Montessori aids does not learn in a traditional way, but instead learns and discovers knowledge independently.
aids consists of learning materials inten- ded for work with children in the age gro- up from 2 to 14 years. Respecting the founder's beliefs, all presented products help children to gain knowledge, com- petences, skills and experience through spontaneous activity, engaging all the-
Colourful boards. Set 1 AO2005
Colourful plates. Set 2 AO0003
Sensory boards for practising the ability to distinguish, identify and name colours. The set contains three pairs of rectangular boards in three primary colours. Along the shorter sides, they are equipped with handles to protect against the abrasion of the colour by touching them or moving on the surface of e.g. a table. These boards are kept in a wooden box with a lid. • 6 pcs.: 2 x red board; 2 x yellow board; 2 x blue board; • 7,5 x 1 x 5 cm; material: wood; meas. of the box: 12,5x 5,5 x 12,5 cm; age: 3+
This Montessori aid is essential in acquiring the ability to distinguish, identify and name primary, secondary and achromatic colours. It also allows the students to experiment with colours – the principle of mixing colours derived from primary colours. The set includes 11 pairs of boards in three primary colours, five secondary colours and three achromatic colours. The rectangular tiles along the shorter sides are equipped with
handles to prevent the colour from rubbing off. All elements of the set are kept in a box with a lid.
• 22 elements: 3 x 2 pairs of boards in primary colours: red, yellow, blue; 5 x 2 pairs of boards in secondary colours: orange, pink, purple, green; green, brown; 3 x 2 pairs of boards in achromatic colours: white, grey, black; meas. of the box:28 x 5,5 x 12,5 cm; material: wood; age: 3+
Sensory plates AO2011
Colourful plates. Set 4 AO2048
The lockable box with two chambers. In the first one, we can find 5 pairs of dark boards of varying roughness degree - from the least to the most rough (5 degrees of roughness). In the other one, there are 5 pairs of light boards - smooth to rough (5 degrees of mild roughness). The act of identifying and matching surfaces with diffe- rent degrees of roughness develops and sensitises the sense of touch. This set allows the child to gain experience through the sense of touch. • 10 boards in 2 colours: brown and green; meas. of the board: 14 x 0,4 x 10 cm; meas. of the box: 19,5 x 11 x 17,5 cm; material: wood; age: 3+
Box with a lid and 9 pigeonholes. In each of them, we can find boards in different colours in 7 shades. This set stimulates the sense of sight through the acquisition and training of the ability to distinguish and name colours. It allows the students to practice arranging colours according to the degree of their saturation (shades), it also develops sensitivity to beauty and colour harmony. • 63 boards in 9 colours: yellow, orange, red, pink, purple, blue, green, brown, grey; meas. of the board with frames: 7,5 x 1 x 5 cm; meas. of the box: 27 x 5 x 27 cm; material: wood; age: 4+
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