# Preschool Math: numbers greater than 10

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1. Angel-lena says:

Can you give me a link to an explaination of exactly how these work, how to use them. DD can count to twenty easily, she understands the concepts of her numbers to ten really well and has started adding them, but we are working on the concepts of the teens to twenty and counting to 100, ie. 30s, 40s…. she’s doing well but I think these would help, she’s pretty visual. Thanks!

2. Angel-lena says:

Can you give me a link to an explaination of exactly how these work, how to use them. DD can count to twenty easily, she understands the concepts of her numbers to ten really well and has started adding them, but we are working on the concepts of the teens to twenty and counting to 100, ie. 30s, 40s…. she’s doing well but I think these would help, she’s pretty visual. Thanks!

3. Liesl Den says:

There is a series of videos at ehow that shows a teacher using the seguin board and Montessori beads. Teen Board-Montessori video In the sidebar you’ll find related articles and links.

Another fabulous resource is the online Montessori album (teacher’s manual for ages 3-6) at moteaco.com. There you’ll find a whole series of lessons on how to introduce the teens and tens to your preschooler.

Hopefully that’s enough to get you started! That was such a good question I’ll put these links in the post itself.

4. Liesl Den says:

There is a series of videos at ehow that shows a teacher using the seguin board and Montessori beads. Teen Board-Montessori video In the sidebar you’ll find related articles and links.

Another fabulous resource is the online Montessori album (teacher’s manual for ages 3-6) at moteaco.com. There you’ll find a whole series of lessons on how to introduce the teens and tens to your preschooler.

Hopefully that’s enough to get you started! That was such a good question I’ll put these links in the post itself.