We propose activities which combine Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. We want children to explore, ask questions, create hypotheses, and test solutions.


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Montessori inspired

We are strong fans of the Montessori Method, and we try to follow its principles when creating activities and learning materials.

From our blog

Building with sugar cubes - a sweet and colorful STEM activity

on February 7, 2019

Last year during the Warsaw Book Fair we participated in an architecture workshop for children. My boys really liked the idea, so we decided to recreate it at home.

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Hands-on math: understanding multiplication

on September 2, 2018

The other day we were checking if Nat knew the times tables. I never asked her to memorize them, so I was positively surprised when it turned out she knew most of the facts. Those that she did not know, she was able to calculate fast. With one exception and xceptions are opportunities to learn. So we sat down, took the Spielgaben sticks and checked if her method was correct or not (it was not) and why.

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Montessori inspired cards & counters with Lego® bricks

on August 23, 2018

Cards and counters are among the primary Montessori math materials. They are the last step of the numeration work, introduced after the number rods and spindle boxes. They are used to practice counting to 10 (associating a quantity with a symbol), and they also introduce the concept of even and odd numbers.

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Nouns, adjectives and… Lego®

on August 13, 2018

When teaching my children the parts of speech I combined Lego® bricks with the Montessori approach. In a Montessori classroom, parts of speech are introduced through a series of games with children as young as four years old. At home, I had to adjust these games to our situation.

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