I am always looking for ways to enhance our homeschooling environment. Last week we spent a lot of time outside enjoying our wonderful weather. This week we used the Montessori By Mom Mad Scientist subscription box that we got to review.
The Mad Scientist subscription box includes beaker sets, color mixing sets, Montessori Color Tablet Cards, Printable 3-Part Color Cards, Printable Color Wheel, and instructional videos. The total kit is valued at 66.70. This kit is well worth getting because not only does it give you many tools to teach your kids ages 3-5 about the various color combinations, but the instructional videos and printables also give you a wide range of other activities to teach your kids various skills.
Jimmy and Zeva learned about their primary colors and watch color combinations make up the secondary colors. They had a lot of fun making all kinds of different colors. Then they matched them up with the color cards that were included. Zeva even attempted to say the colors. She got really excited when she would get the colors right.
Jimmy decided to play with the water and various objects to see what would sink and what would float. He had a lot of fun doing that for a long period of time. I do declare I many water puddles all throughout my kitchen table, but he was having a field day finding out would float. He also tried to change the color of various items too.
This kit is a lot of fun to use with the kids. They learned a good bit and it was a nice break from the standard form of teaching lessons. I would recommend getting a subscription from Montessori By Mom because the kits actually save you money on the products. Plus you gain many lesson ideas with the videos and activity sheets on their website.
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Do you see your kids enjoying this type of subscriptions?
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