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蒙台梭利教室中的数学教具 2017-05-28

In order to grasp and express the distance more accurately, human initially proposed the concept of "mathematics." Montessori believes that human minds will instinctively compared, discerned, classified and calculated. From her view point, the human brain has been "pre-defined" and "constituted" so that mathematical concepts can be assessed ,she firmly believed in the pre-existence of mathematical mentalities, and all we had to do was "construct" these real-world knowledge .

 

The teaching aids of Mathematics and Early Childhood are designed to enhance and develop this innate mathematical mindset, to serving children's logical thinking and their sensitivity to order and sequence. Children need to be further observed and explored through the senses to find out more about the numbers and communication symbols that express these numbers. Like math aids and sensory teaching aids, the design of math aids only highlights one difficulty at a time. The characterize of design concept is to emphasis on avoiding unnecessary distractions and help children internalize each and every one of them. This will allow child to concentrate child to concentrate and to enhance and explore his learning.

 

Number of sticks:

Learn the number of names, Link numbers and quantity names , the length of red and blue bars to represent the number.

Show and experience the concept of fixed number.

The show of counting order.

Learn the abstract associations between numbers and quantities.

 

Spindle:

In the teaching aids, the total number of spindles is exactly what each grid needs to be placed in. The children need to operate themselves according to the teacher's presentation.

 

Numbers and chips:

Let your child identify each number and arrange the numbers one by one.

The match between non-fixed numbers and their exact counterparts is enforced.

Provides visual representations of odd and even.

 

Swap Games (Bank Games):

Let children have a tactile sensory impression of the amount of exchange between adjacent digits, laying the foundation for children to learn decimal.