Monday, January 14, 2013

Math Shelves


Math Shelve One
 
    1. Shelve 1 – Addition and subtraction
                                                              i.      Top Shelf – Number cards | Sand Paper Numbers | Addition Task Cards| Addition Flash Cards | Subtraction Task Cards | Subtraction Flash Cards | +,- Finger Boards, 100 Board, +,- Story Problems Notebook
                                                            ii.      2nd Shelf – Golden Beads
                                                          iii.      3rd Shelf – Snake games| Addition tiles | Addition Strip Board
                                                           iv.      Last Shelf – subtraction strip board | subtraction tiles | Stamp Games


Top Left Number cards | Sand Paper Numbers
Top Center - Addition Task Cards| Addition Flash Cards | Subtraction Task Cards | Subtraction Flash Cards

Top Right-+,- Finger Boards, 100 Board, +,- Story Problems Notebook


SHELVE 2

Math Shelve 2 - Left Side
Math Shelve 2 - Right side

    1. Cabinet 2 – Multiplication, Division and Fractions
                                                              i.      Top Shelf – Task Cards | Flash Cards | Special Cases| Drill Cards | Story Problems and Finger Boards
                                                            ii.      2nd Shelf – Multiplication Bead Board | Pythagoras| Division Bead Board
                                                          iii.      3rd Shelf – Fraction Metal Insets(circles only) | Fraction Skillets
                                                           iv.      Last Shelf – Fraction Circles | Fraction Task Cards | Beads for checker board
Checker Boards Stand next to math shelf 2.


SHELVE 3

Shelve 3 Left side

Shelve 3 Right side


    1. Cabinet 3 – Division and Decimals
                                                              i.      Top Shelf – File crate with worksheets of self tests | Word Problems | Bead Frames| Plant
                                                            ii.      2nd Shelf – Bead Frames |Binomial Cube and Trinomial Cube
                                                          iii.      3rd Shelf – Test Tubes | Division Bead Board | Place Value
                              iv.      Last Shelf - Test Tubes | Division Bead Board | Division Beads and cups

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Montessori Internship Update

For the past 6 months I have been interning at the kids school while keeping my job at the College. It has been busy but I am enjoy teaching and being at my children's school.  It is an amazing school and it is lovely seeing my kids working and so happy at their sweet school.

Here is a couple of pictures of the classroom I am in.







This is a very big classroom.  There are two lower elementary classrooms in this school.  Lower Elementary for us is ages 6-9, 1st level - 3rd level, 1st grade - 3rd grade.  The other classroom for this age group is not as big but just as lovely and specifically made for that age.  This school was designed for a Montessori School so every classroom was designed with kitchens, tall ceilings, lots of windows and a porch for children to work at.

Here I am on the porch giving a Botany lesson.