Colored Math Cube

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Colored math cube in Montessori colors of the place values

121 pieces, made of recycled material

This set consists of 121 parts that consolidate the number range up to 1000. The colors of the cubes are designed according to the Montessori colors. The smallest green cube 1 x 1 x 1 cm represents the value 1, the large green cube represents the value 1000. Through the material, children experience and understand the power of individual values ​​in the decimal system. The basic types of arithmetic are clearly taught with this material.


Application, advantages, areas of application for this Montessori material:


  • Getting to know the decimal system

  • Consolidation of the importance of the values

  • Montessori material Made in Germany for children from 4 years

  • Differences in the rankings can be easily explained

  • Practice addition and subtraction

  • Learning to count quantities


Scope of the mathematical Montessori material:

1 thousand cube green (numerical value: 1000) 10 x 10 x 10 cm

10 hundreds areas red (numerical value: 100) 10 x 10 x 1 cm

10 tens bars blue (numerical value: 10) 10 x 1 x 1 cm

100 Green single cube (numerical value: 1) 1 x 1 x1 cm



Re-Wood® guarantees an excellent ecological balance with high operational safety and maximum strength. It consists of more than 80% pressed, ground wood waste (from certified sustainable forest management according to the PEFC system), a polymer additive, and is 100% recyclable.


Instructions for the Montessori material colored cubes


The adult places a green ones-cube, a blue tens-stick, a red hundreds-plate and the green thousands-cube on the table. Now he takes the one's die and says this is one.

To the left of the one he puts the ten stick and says That's ten. Now he compares very emphatically the units cube with the tens rod in order to clarify the difference in size. Also to the left of the tens bar is the hundreds plate. These are hundreds and the tens bar is compared with the hundreds plate. This also happens with the thousand cube (that is a thousand).


Please give me one, please give me 10, please put the hundred on the table there, where are a thousand

If the child still has difficulties with this assignment, calmly start the exercise from the beginning and possibly first take the units cube and the thousands cube (two very different sizes).


If the child shows confidence in this exercise, the third of the three-step lesson comes:

The adult, for example, points to the tens rod: What is it? Now he points to the thousand cube: What is it? ....

Now the thousand cube, the hundred plate and the ten bar are dismantled. To do this, the adult puts the tens stick in front of him and places the same number of cubes next to it, counting loudly:

one, two, three ......... ten - a tens consists of 10 ones

Then he puts a hundreds plate in front of him and also counts aloud the corresponding number of tens bars next to it:

a tens, two tens ......... ten tens - a hundred consists of ten tens.

The thousand cube is placed with the hundred plates

one hundred, two hundred ........ ten hundreds - a thousand consists of ten hundreds



What do I need to put the number xxxx? - (e.g. 342 = 2 ones, 4 tens and 3 hundreds) Small arithmetic problems can be solved.


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