SENSORIAL APPARATUS

Sensorial Montessori Materials are materials used in the Montessori classroom that help the child develop his or her 5 senses. The materials are designed to help the child refine tactile, visual, auditory, olfactory, and gustatory senses. This is the next level of difficulty after those of practical life.

Sensorial Materials, like many other materials in the Montessori classroom, have what is called a “control of error.” This means that the child will work with the material, but will have a way for them to check their own work rather than seeking out the teacher. This is done to help promote independence on the part of the child.

We, at Kidken EDU Solution, design and manufacture sensorial materials of a wide collection, available at attractive price value.

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    Baric Tablets

    A wooden box with three compartments containing a set of six wooden tablets. The three sets are graded in weight and colour. They are made from three different kinds of wood having different densities. The difference in weight is distinct.To stimulate the child's interest and awareness to differences in weight

     3,190.00
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    Binomial Cubes

    The binomial cube is contained in a wooden box with lid, having two adjacent hinged sides that open out to display the 8 wooden component cubes and prisms painted red, blue and black. (a b)3
    The binomial cube is a concretem representation of the algebraic formula (a b)3. The factors of the equation are represented by the cubes and prisms. The child uses it

     3,350.00
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    Binomial Squares

    Binomial Squares

     385.00
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    Blue triangles

    This wooden box of Constructive blue triangles contains 12 right angled scalene triangles in bluecolour

     1,390.00
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    Brown Stairs – Teak wood – Painted

    This is a set of 10 brown cuboids that demonstrates changes in 2 dimensions, ie, width and height, while the length remains constant. The rectangular prisms vary in area from 1cm2 to 10 cm2 while the length remains unchanging at 20cm. Each stair represents a number in the progression of 1cm2. Teak Wood is

     6,875.00
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    Brown Stairs – Teak wood – Polished

    This is a set of 10 brown cuboids that demonstrates changes in 2 dimensions, ie, width and height,
    while the length remains constant. The rectangular prisms vary in area from 1cm2 to 10 cm2 while the length
    remains unchanging at 20cm. Each stair represents a number in the progression of 1cm2. Teak Wood is

     6,875.00
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    Coloured Gradation Series

    Coloured Gradation Series

     3,050.00
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    Constructive Triangles

    “2 rectangular boxes 1 triangular box 1 small hexagonal box 1 large hexagonal box each containing triangles of different sizes.”
    Objective :”The constructive triangles give the child practical experience in geometry. They are called constructive''
    because the child sees the triangle as the element which builds other

     6,325.00
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    Cylinder Blocks (A,B, C, D )

    This is a set of 4 blocks made of teakwood. Each of the blocks is a rectangular prism with concave faces to facilitate holding firmly.

     12,375.00
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    Deccanomial Squares

    Deccanomial Squares

     4,015.00
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    Drawing Insets with Stand

    Drawing Insets consists of ten metal insets in blue colour placed on corresponding pink coloured frames.There are two stands slightly inclined to display the metal insets.

     6,200.00
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    Fabric Boxes

    Fabric Boxes

     910.00