from four years
The Roman Bridge consists of:
Holding support, semicircle, wedge
Basic structure of the bridge/base board
The Roman Bridge is the only Montessori material that deals with architecture and statics.
First, the building blocks are sorted according to the different shapes.
Then the support bracket is assembled by placing the support bracket on the table with the block of wood down and the four pillars up. The semicircle is placed in the support with the curve facing up. The wedge is pushed between the semicircle and the support.
To make assembly easier and for better orientation, use a picture of the bridge at the beginning. It is best to place it next to the base board.
Several stones are already firmly attached to each side of the base board. Starting from these stones, the rows are now completed. The easiest way to do this is to first build the archway over the support and fill in the gaps with the appropriate stones. The archway itself consists of trapezoidal wooden blocks. The rectangular stones are built on the trapezoidal wooden stones.
When all stones are installed, the support is removed. To do this, the wedge is carefully pulled out between the semicircle and the support. Then the support with the semicircle can be removed. The Roman bridge is correctly constructed if no stone falls after removing the support.
- Promotion of fine motor skills
- First static experiences
- Promotion of concentration and perseverance
- Promotion of the aesthetic feeling
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The Roman Bridge; sensory material