One of the most representative Montessori education courses is the practical life course, which is usually divided into two parts: caring for oneself and caring for the environment. The button frame is one of the Montessori clothing frames, which is a life practice teaching tool used to develop children’s self-care skills.
The Imbucare Box is a very simple sensory aid for Montessori children. All you need is a box with a hole in the top and a cube to fit the hole and you can start your child’s play activities. It is suitable for children around one-year-old and is used to train children’s hands, hand-eye coordination, and fine hand movements and to introduce them to the concept of object permanence.
The Montessori socket cylinder is a teaching aid to develop children’s ability to visually observe and distinguish the size and dimensions of objects and to learn how to do exercises initially. Among the sensory teaching aids that appeal to 2-3-year-olds is this socket cylinder.
Montessori Binomial Cube is an early childhood education material for children (3-6) years old a sensory material and a mathematical material for children at the primary level. It consists of 8 cubes, 2 red, and blue cubes, the rest of the cubes have a pattern of red and black, blue and black. They are contained in a wooden box with a lid that has the pattern shown below
Montessori work materials, also known as Montessori teaching aids, provide young children with the best way to combine spirit and matter, and are created on the basis of careful observation and careful consideration of young children, with each aid being uniquely designed and made.
Montessori teaching aids are not teaching tools for teachers, but “materials” for children to do “growth work”.
The Leaning Tower, also known as the kitchen helper, is a kitchen stool with a safety feature, a children’s piece of furniture that is highly recommended in Maria Montessori’s teaching method. Learning towers enable young children and preschoolers to participate in family activities, such as cooking and cleaning, to encourage interaction between children and parents while facilitating children’s acquisition of real-life skills and experiences, help young children develop their independence.