Did you know that a three dimensional oval is called an ovoid? It comes from The Latin word ovum, which means egg. I did not know this until I purchased these Montessori toys online. I had to research what these shapes are called.
In this video, Raf is learning the process of placing an object from one container to the other.
It always surprises me how engaged he can be, even if the materials he’s working on don’t really have any colors, sounds, or lights. But, I guess that’s pretty much one of the beliefs of the Montessori system: no unnecessary distractions.