In Dr. Suess fashion I just have to say that I wrote this little story about Q and U's day. For q is just lost without her own sound but to the rescue U came with a bound!
Pick up this cute little story to introduce the wedding of Q & U!
These cute little matching cards explore occupations along with supporting visual discrimination development in preparation for reading and critical thinking skills as children match associations. This type of matching is challenging.
As a result of my long personal journey to find a clear and simple path through the Montessori curriculum maze, I share with you my guide map offering a clear and complete view of all there is to explore in our great big wonderful world.
Children use visual discrimination skills to match simple & fun pictures of a spring theme.
Visual Discrimination skills are important to develop and directly relate to preparing the child for interacting with print when beginning to learn to
This adorable spring packet will brighten your day! Children engage in developing their visual discrimination and problem solving skills by matching these sweet friends who aren't exactly the same!
Do you see how they are different? Have fun
This packet contains 3 sets of Numeral Cards, 1 for each of the 3 levels of sets baskets. Also included are 16 number lines used as a visual aid for children who need support arranging numerals in sequential order.
Directions for assembly
This manual will teach you everything you need to know about using the Matching Systems.
What is Matching?
What is the matching sequence?
What is the difference between the systems?
Which system comes first?
What skills are children developing
A fun way to practice simple matching in a more challenging way! Children match to a grid, to strips and to lose squares.
3 Different Sets each having 4 matching activities - 12 works in all.
Directions for preparations and use included.