The study of mathematics offers gifts far beyond numeracy and calculation. It allows children the opportunity to develop and exercise their reasoning mind.

With over 3,000 math problems, this comprehensive cabinet covers all math concepts encountered by lower elementary students, offering a structured pathway towards mastery. Topics range from static addition to pre-algebra concepts and includes 240 word problems.

Why start with premade sets? Before encouraging independent problem-creation, the gold standard, curated problems offer several benefits. Beginner learners gain valuable support, instantly checking their answers and building confidence with instantly available solutions and you can be sure that the problem is solvable with the materials the child is using. The flexibility of these problem sets allows you to utilize many materials from the Montessori prepared environment, from hands-on manipulatives like Golden Beads or Racks and Tubes to fully abstract problem solving, catering to various learning styles and fostering deeper understanding.

This is just one section of the full Math Cabinet, which is available for purchase as a bundle here. Fractions, Decimals, Percents (Oh My!) 7.A ã€‰45 Fraction to Decimal Problems 7.B ã€‰45 Fraction to Percent Problems 7.C ã€‰45 Percent to Fraction Problems 7.D ã€‰45 Percentage Problems: Find the Percent 7.E ã€‰45 Percentage Problems: Find the…

This is just one section of the full Math Cabinet, which is available for purchase as a bundle here. Number Sense 1.G ã€‰45 Rounding exercises Round to the nearest 10, 100, 1000. Additional Product Details Most cards are 3″ x 1.45″. The large cards are 4.5″ x 1.45″. Designed to fit into this 64-drawer hardware…

This is just one section of the full Math Cabinet, which is available for purchase as a bundle here. I like this clock from Mirus Toys: LINK This clock stamp can be used for follow-up work: https://amzn.to/3Hf2QfL Telling Time 1.E ã€‰45 Telling Time on an Analog Clock The hour hand is accurately shifted (ex. It…

This is just one section of the full Math Cabinet, which is available for purchase as a bundle here. Math Laws 3.E ã€‰45 Basic Order of Operations Problems Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, parenthesis No exponents Designed for Bead Bars 3.F ã€‰45 Distributive Law Problems Example: 3(7+5)= Designed for Bead Bars 3.G ã€‰45 Distributive Law Problems…

This is just one section of the full Math Cabinet, which is available for purchase as a bundle here. Decimal Arithmetic 6.B ã€‰60 Decimal Addition and Subtraction Problems All sums and differences will fit on the Yellow Board mat. 30 addition problems 30 subtraction problems.Â No negative answers. Designed for the Yellow Board. 6.C ã€‰90 Decimal…

This is just one section of the full Math Cabinet, which is available for purchase as a bundle here. Fractions Level 2 5.A ã€‰60 Fraction Addition and Subtraction Problems Unlike denominators, change only one term. 30 addition problems 30 subtraction problems Uses fraction pieces up to 1/20 Answers given in reduced terms. 5.B ã€‰60 Fraction…

With over 100 problems, these two sets of cards will scaffold practice for static and dynamic subtraction. The place values are Montessori color-coded to visually reinforce this critical concept.

Addition is one of the first math concepts in the elementary classroom, laying the foundation for all other operations. With over 100 problems, these two sets of cards will scaffold practice for static and dynamic addition. The place values are Montessori color-coded to visually reinforce this critical concept.

In the Upper Elementary math curriculum, children have the opportunity to Â practice with arithmetic in non-decimal bases, such as binary and hexademical. Though not a necessary mathematical skill for everyone, the ability to think flexibly and creatively about numbers is superb training for out-of-the box thinking. .: 4 mm thick neoprene so that beads won’t…