Here is a round-up of our favorite Montessori homeschool materials and educational toys on Etsy! These wood products are for kids age 3 and up.
A Hundred Chart is a versatile tool for teaching math and patterns. Here are more than 10 way to learn math with the Hundred Chart! The free printable is available with English, Chinese, and Korean numbers - perfect for multilingual families!
Overview of Montessori multiplication and division boards and real-life homeschooling with trilingual siblings! My daughter especially loves the Montessori division board!
My daughter has a blast hiding Easter eggs and running around with educational Easter Egg games that encourage, reading, writing, and math! Kids of all ages can play and learn with these 10+ ideas!
Math is all around us, and children are born with the desire to learn. My oldest child has learned everything from counting to multiplication through the simple, free ways detailed in this post.
Learn the Times Table with the Montessori Pythagoras Board and a free bilingual printable Multiplication Chart in English and Chinese!
The Hundred Board is one of the most versatile learning toys that we own! My kids have so much fun counting, sorting, and reviewing basic math! Here are 10+ ways that you can teach and have fun with your kids.
数学帮帮忙 Math story books teaches math in Chinese and English! The books show children that we can learn numbers at any time with friends and family!
Fine motor math with hole-punched leaves is a fun and easy way to teach counting, math, pairs, and matching! Kids can appreciate nature and numbers simultaneously with these free activities!
This playdough snowman activity is a hands-on way to teach math to kids of different ages! Recipe and tips for a fun, easy, and wintry lesson included!
Symmetrical Chinese characters have mirror images around a vertical (eg, 大) or horizontal (eg, 区) axis. Here are several fun ways to learn about symmetry and explore its presence in letters!
Number and color pattern learning with recycled paper rolls and a paper towel holder! This is a fun and educational activity with items you probably have at home!
I highly recommend the DailyNoodles My Fun Chinese Numbers and Animals Books as a hands-on introduction to Chinese learning for kids. Included are fun crafts, coloring, matching games, Sudoku, Zodiac animals, and more!
Kids naturally learn how to count with hands. We used felt hands to recognize patterns, identify groups of 5 and 10, skip count by 5 and 10, and learn basic math.
If your child is learning math in Chinese, check out resources including Khan Academy Mandarin, Chinese Hundred Chart, math rhymes, manipulatives and more!
Clothespins are inexpensive yet very useful for building fine-motor skills and hands-on learning about counting.