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Montessori: Letter Work Board book – Illustrated, 1 August 2012
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The scientific pedagogy of Maria Montessori informed a revolution in education that continues today, 100 years later. Montessori schools focus on hands-on learning with specifically designed materials that allow students to understand the world through methodical and self-directed work. According to Montessori, play is work and the explorations of children are what ultimately lead to their learning and understanding.Bobby George is a life-long student and entrepreneur. A PhD candidate in philosophy, Bobby and his wife, June, founded and run a Montessori school in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the first Montessori school in the state. They also own and operate Montessorium, a Montessori app company, as well as June Books, a publishing venture dedicated to Montessori-inspired storybooks.
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Parents without good phonic knowledge may not be aware of thisReviewed in the United Kingdom on 5 November 2017
It's an American publication so unfortunately all the vowel phonic sounds are with the American pronunciation. Parents without good phonic knowledge may not be aware of this. I expected the textures to be more raised. However it is good value for money and it's a good size book.
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Beautiful book to introduce lettersReviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 May 2019
Well created and sturdy book for little hands (only that it wasn’t arranged to the usual abc’s as my 2 year old would sing the song at the end as he rounds up all the letters). It even caught the attention of my 6 years old boy who can already write but may still occasionally invert some letters like the “j, z and s”, and saw him tracing the textured letters with his fingers.
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Really helped my son who was struggling so muchReviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 October 2019
Same as my review for the numberwork-This was on my wish list for years but i never bought until my son was really not showing interest in letters or numbers and I started to panic about him struggling in school. Along with activity books its been great for showing him the letters he needs to spell his name and he does actually trace the shape with his fingers. So glad I bought!
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Vanina Andrea Coria
ExcellentReviewed in the United Kingdom on 5 April 2021
I love that the letters are not introduced in the order of the alphabet but instead it's done in "groups" of similar letters. Nice pictures, my 2yo loves it
Don't waste your moneyReviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 February 2018
If you have sandpaper letters don't bother with this book as it lacks the quality you'd expect from the price. The letters are not coarse enough and the pictures are dull. Not worth the price.
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