This Toddler 1 student practiced an extension of the classic Montessori materials, the Brown Stair and Pink Tower.  This exercise requires twenty careful trips back and forth to bring the blocks one by one to a work mat.  This part of the process alone is a wonderful opportunity for working the body as well as the mind!  Then, the materials are placed in order from thickest/largest to thinnest/smallest. This helps to develop awareness of patterns and discrimination by size using both the visual and tactile senses.

This Toddler 1 student practiced an extension of the classic Montessori materials, the Brown Stair and Pink Tower.  This exercise requires twenty careful trips back and forth to bring the blocks one by one to a work mat.  This part of the process alone is a wonderful opportunity for working the body as well as the mind!  Then, the materials are placed in order from thickest/largest to thinnest/smallest. This helps to develop awareness of patterns and discrimination by size using both the visual and tactile senses.

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