Montessori nomenclature cards are used to teach a child the names of the various parts of something, in this case the tools of a painter (or artist). There are three cards for each part, a control card which has both the picture and the label, a card with only the picture and a card with only the label. The child’s job is to match the cards, (you can find more detailed instructions on this lesson when you search online). He learns the vocabulary of each part as he does this. Each part is isolated on its card by being colored in while everything else is left black and white. This takes away any and all distractions from learning the specific part as it is isolated.
Included tools are: Painter, canvas, easel, paint brush, paints, and palette.
Set includes colored cards ready to print, non colored cards in case you prefer to color them yourself, blank ones for the children to color, label, and make their own books, including a couple options for book covers and a photograph of a real painter to print and place with the work. The painter is Paul Zegers, www.paulzegers.com.