Saturday, 12 July 2014

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Montessori Activity: Ten Board & Beads (Presentation 2)

 


AGE: From 4.5 years old (After the child has worked with the teen and the golden bead material for the 45 layout)

OBJECTIVE(S): To teach number sequence 10 to 90.

MATERIAL:

1.     1 set of Ten Board

2.     1 container with 45 golden ten-bars

PRESENTATION 2:



1.     Lay out the Ten Board vertically on the left of the mat and say: “This is the Ten Board.”


2.     Read all the numbers on the board: “ten, twenty, thirty, forty… ninety.”


3.     Read the number 10 on the board, then place 1 ten-bar beside it and count it. Pointing to the board and say: “This says 10,” then pointing to the ten-bar and say: “This is 10.”


4.     Read the number 20 on the board, then place 2 ten-bars beside it and count it: “10, 20.” Pointing to the board and say: “This says 20,” then pointing to the ten-bars and say: “This is 20.”


5.     Read the number 30 on the board, then place 3 ten-bars beside it and count it: “10, 20, 30.” Pointing to the board and say: “This says 30,” then pointing to the ten-bars and say: “This is 30.”


6.     Continue in the same manner until 90.


7.     Go back to the beginning of the board and repeat: “Ten, twenty, thirty, forty… ninety.” Tell the child that the “ty” tells you that there is a ten in a number. “Forty tells us that there are 4 tens.”


8.     Do the Three Period Lesson. Go back to the twenty and ask the child: "What is this?" or "How many tens in this?" The child will respond "two tens" or “twenty."
VIDEO DEMONSTRATION:
http://youtu.be/JR4QMSbHPVk
CONTROL OF ERROR:

The number of beads, correct amounts will use up all 45 of the ten bars.

POINTS OF INTEREST:
Seeing the relationship between The 45 Layout and the Ten Board.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Although this activity is recommended for children 4.5 years and up, J tried this only for the first time today at 5+ years old (5Y4M7D). We recorded the videos below for memory. He could say the numbers in Chinese very well now, but we are still practicing saying the numbers in English and Danish.

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