Montessori Style Learning With Your iPad & iPhone

With three creative apps to choose from, Montessorium brings the beauty of Montessori to your iPad or iPhone. These well designed apps — including Intro to Math, Intro to Letters and Alpha Writer — do a wonderful job of bringing the teaching methods and visual aesthetic of 100-year-old style learning to your child’s fingertips.

Providing a great way for your child to experience the world of numbers and letters through a simplistic, yet imaginative manner of learning, these apps are recommended for any future scholar from the time they first begin showing an interest in either discipline. My two-year-old is captivated by the images and is happy to trace along each digit or character, with a little help from her mama!

I also adore the overall style of these applications, including the wood grain motif and a wholly natural feel.

Available at Montessorium, $4.99 per download.

Desiree Fawn

Désirée Fawn is a Canadian mom, blogger, and doula. She’s a tea enthusiast, social media connoisseur, and lover of travel. Her blog, So Fawned, began in 2008 as a way to document her life as a young mother, and has morphed into space featuring daily inspirations, insights into motherhood, style, home, and more. Désirée lives in Ontario with her daughter and partner. She also writes for Mom Spark.


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  1. Mandi

    May 3, 2011 at 3:26 pm

    Cool! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Marie

    May 6, 2011 at 3:27 am

    As a former Montessori student, I can say with confidence that these apps completely miss the point. Touching a screen is nothing like tracing letters made of sandpaper, or manipulating colored blocks made of wood. Tactility is one of the most important senses tapped into by Montessori exercises. Rather than wasting your money (and your kids’ time) on these apps, you could probably make your own games and exercises out of items found in your kitchen and toolbox.

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