Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Red Rods Old But Forever Good ! / Sensorial Extensions

Cleaning my office and found these OLD photo negatives.
Hope they are new and fresh for others.














I keep these photos in a small booklet for the kids to look at and copy.
I have had to refresh the booklet many times from being worn out from use.
Even parents love viewing the choices.
If you don't have this in your class just recreate the designs and take your own photos.
















































13 comments:

Ewa said...

These are absolutely amazing. I'm going to make a booklet using your fantastic ideas. It's so kind of you to share these wonderful ideas with the blogging world.
Your ocean unit is very impressive ;-) Wonderful collection of items ;-)
Warm hugs from Poland
Ewa

Leptir (NataĊĦa) said...

Great ideas! Thanks for sharing :-)

Inspired Montessori said...

So glad this is useful to you!

Deb Chitwood said...

Absolutely awesome! Extensions like these bring the materials to life even if they've been ignored for awhile. I hope you link this up with Montessori Monday next week. All the Montessori homeschoolers will LOVE to see these! :) Deb @ LivingMontessoriNow.com

Smith said...

Thank you so much for this. My son got inspired just looking over my shoulder :)

Inspired Montessori said...

Dear Maybe Montessori,
I love your blog so much that I am thrilled you can find a post of mine helpful!
I hope your little son enjoys this new way on interacting with the Pink Tower and Brown Stairs!
Carolyn

Deb Chitwood said...

I just featured one of your photos and your post at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2011/09/05/montessori-monday-sensorial-size-extensions/ Have a wonderful Labor Day! :)

Inspired Montessori said...

Thank you, Deb!! Use anything of mine anytime!!

Karen said...

So beautiful!!! Amazing!! I LOVE those extensions!!! Thanks God you found that photos!!!!! Thank YOU SO MUCH for share them!!!

Inspired Montessori said...

These photos are used everyday in my classroom. I put the photos on cards and kids from the last 30 years have been inspired by them. I just found the old originals that I scanned for you!

Anonymous said...

Thank you! Amazing possibilities. Natasha

Anonymous said...

Just stumbled upon these and they are wonderful. I teach Montessori in a public school and am so excited to find these for using with my students. They will love them. Thanks so much for sharing them. I am always on the look out for extentions.

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