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Discussion in 'Montessori' started by Katieladybug, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. Katieladybug

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    Dec 8, 2009

    I am working in an middle school after school program that is very hands on based. I am teaching in a class that has a WIDE range of ability levels from above 8th grade math to 2nd grade math skills. I would like to research individual lessons by providing hands on materials. What are your favorite sites? What are the best places to buy materials?
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  3. Aliceacc

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    I agree that hands on is best for many students. I like the website but it is not as hands on as my director would like. She wants them using manipulatives, moving and using the senses. Where do you get your materials?
     
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    Are you looking specifically for Montessori materials? If so, I can give you some good links. Let me know.
     

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