Montessori Color Tablets

The Montessori colour capsules are a conventional Montessori sensorial fabric and are a “fan favorite” in Montessori teachers training lecture rooms across the world. This is probably because of their attractive colorations and their capacity as an object for open-ended exploration.

There are three Color Tablet packing containers:

Box 1: three pairs of number one colour capsules

Box 2: eleven pairs of number one and secondary colorations capsules, plus black, grey, pink, and brown

Box 3: nine units of seven capsules. Primary and secondary colorations, plus grey, black, pink, and brown The first 2 packing containers are pairing sports and the 1/3 container is a grading activity. Children are welcome to apply their imaginations to create designs with the capsules following the presentation and activity

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How to present the Montessori Color Tablets

The Montessori Color Tablets have to now no longer all be brought in a single lesson, or maybe in a single day. Space the advent of the containers out so your infant has the possibility to paintings with every one till they’re geared up to transport forward.

Box 1

Show your infant that the pills have to be treated through their edges

  • Place the pills in random order on a desk Say, “I’m going to in shape those colors.”
  • Pick a crimson pill and vicinity it at the desk in the front of your infant
  • Let your infant see which you are searching carefully for its in shape
  • Place the second one crimson pill subsequent to the primary one, to its right
  • Put the pair of crimson pills on the pinnacle of the desk
  • Follow those steps with the yellow and blue shadeation pills
  • Show your infant the matched pairs, one through one, and inform her, “This is a couple due to the fact the colours are the same.”
  • Return the pills to the middle of the desk in a random order and invite your infant to attempt the activity.


Box 2

  • Place the tablets in random order on a table
  • Say, “I’m going to match these colors.”
  • Pick a red tablet and place it on the table in front of your child
  • Place the second red tablet next to the first one, to its right
  • Put the pair of red tablets at the top of the table
  • Follow these steps with the yellow and blue color tablets, forming a column
  • Proceed with pairing the remaining colors in the order purple, green, orange, brown, grey, pink, white, and black
  • Return the tablets to the center of the table in a random order and invite your child to try the activity.


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