Montessori Little Addition Memorization Games using Snake Game and Bead Bars

Montessori Little Addition Memorization Games using Snake Game and Bead Bars
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Learn all of the original Montessori memorization games for little addition here from an accredited Montessori source.

This document includes Snake Game Addition Material Analysis and 8 addition presentations.

All of these presentations prepare the child's mind indirectly for the concept of algebra.

Details:

Game 1: Snake Game Addition
Direct Aim:
To aid the child in memorizing all the addition combinations.

To familiarize the child with all the possible number combinations that make ten.

To memorize addition facts.

Indirect Aim:

To prepare the mathematical mind.

To prepare for counting in base ten.

To develop order, concentration, coordination, and independence.

Game 2: Static Addition

Direct Aim:

To show that an addition can be made with bead quantities.

Indirect Aim:

To develop independence and sharpen the mathematical mind.

Game 3: Dynamic Addition

Direct Aim:

To show that an addition can be made with bead quantities.

Indirect Aim:

To develop independence and sharpen the mathematical mind.

Game 4: Commutative Property of Addition

Direct Aim:

To show the commutative law.

Indirect Aim:

To develop independence and sharpen the mathematical mind.

Game 5: Associative Property of Addition

Direct Aim:

To introduce the associative law.

To introduce mental division, where the child must keep a sub-total of one combination in mind and then add it to another addend. At this point we are moving beyond chart 1.

Indirect Aim:

To develop independence and sharpen the mathematical mind.

Game 6: Using Parentheses in Addition

Direct Aim:

To introduce work with parentheses.

Indirect Aim:

To develop independence and sharpen the mathematical mind.

Game 7: Dis-associative Property of Addition

Direct Aim:

To give the dis-associative law.

Indirect Aim:

To develop independence and sharpen the mathematical mind.

Game 8: Addends Greater than 10 (Static and Dynamic)

Direct Aim:

To help the child to abstractly perform dynamic addition mentally.

Indirect Aim:

To develop independence and sharpen the mathematical mind.

This work can be completed without the use of the bead bars during the lesson, but it is more effective for the child if they can experience the lesson sensorially.

The colours used in the images follow Montessori's bead bar colours.

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