A set of 100 green beads is important to keep as a spare in all Montessori classrooms. The green are used in a variety of lessons, e.g. Long Division, The Unit Division Board, and The Multiplication Bead Board. The green beads represent both units, and thousands, which is consistent throughout the Montessori math materials. Green represents both units and thousands.
Features of the Green Beads
- spares for specific mathematical activities
- made of strong plastic
- beads are individual
- comes in a plastic container
Also available in the following colours –
- Golden Beads – 100 individual beads
- Red Beads – 100 individual beads
- Blue Beads – 100 individual bead
- container: 8 cm x 8 cm x 3 cm / ( 3″ x 3″ x 1″ )
- single bead: 0.75 cm diameter / ( ¼” )
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- Children who have a strong grasp of addition, multiplication, and subtraction, are ready to attempt the Long Division activities
- The Child learns how to divide numbers up, by working with The Unit Division Board.
- The Multiplication Bead Board teaches the Child to practice multiplication exercises
Further Reading and References
- Read about How to Teach Math with Montessori Beads