Tag Archives: Montessori Math

“If” Gavin Had 100 Books

Tuesday, April 7th 2015   At school assembly this morning, Gavin’s class sang an original rendition of “If I Had a Million Dollars,” while showcasing their own artwork about a favorite thing.   When it was Gavin’s turn he actually … Continue reading

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Montessori Math: BONUS POINT

(à propos last post) BONUS POINT: Did you notice that 10 x 10 = 100, and is represented by a square? As in 10².  Or “ten squared.”  Like, it’s a SQUARE.  Coincidence?  Nope. Look at 10 x 10 x 10 = 1,000.  “One … Continue reading

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Tobin Times: Math Morning

Friday, January 30th 2015 A couple times a year the parents are invited into my kids’ classrooms to observe some curriculum in action.  This day was MATH MORNING.  And if somehow (like us) you weren’t the beneficiary of a Montessori … Continue reading

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Tobin Turkey Trot & More

Wednesday, November 26th 2014 We had the great blessing of relatives in town for Thanksgiving, including joining us at the kids’ school to cheer them on for the Tobin Turkey Trot Extravaganza.  Here we are alongside Uncle Chris, Grandma Z, and Grandpa … Continue reading

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