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"Three part cards" are used for matching and learning words. Cards of this kind provide several levels of word learning based on readiness.
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Students can use the cards on a Montessori board or box to match all three cards independently or with the help of a partner or tutor. Eventually matching the plain word card with the card with only the picture can lead a student to word mastery. Cards are best when printed on card stock and are cut so that there are cards with:
1) a picture,
2) a word, and
3) both a word and picture.
Students may copy the words on to paper, a white board, or in a thin layer of sand or playdough. A tutor or homeschool parent can set out several cards and ask students to find certain cards with or without the pictures. An extra set can be printed so that the word cards can be glued to the back or picture cards to make flash cards to put on book rings for students to practice independently.
In other words "three part cards" can be used in many ways to help students expand their reading, writing, and speaking vocabulary. Three part cards are part of a Montessori education, but can be used by all teachers and students.
Use them in traditional Montessori ways, or in a mini book, on a bulletin board, for a matching game or concentration games.
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