This printable focuses on the seasonal cycle of trees. Each season comes with the associated weather (sun intensity, temperature, and rainfall) as well as photographs of the impact on the leaves.
In our homeschool, we use this in the fall to learn
This is the perfect file for a file unit on leaves, for a spring unit on Arbor Day, or any botany unit. This pack reviews five main topic areas with example pictures and definitions for each concept: leaf shapes, leaf arrangements on a stem, leaf
Montessori 4-part cards (full card, picture card, label card, definition label) for types of quadrilaterals (rectangle, square, rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid, and quadrilateral). Also covers the concept of perpendicular and parallel
A printable version of Montessori's framework for historical and cultural studies. This chart highlights the universal needs of humans in all cultures and opens the door to studying the human adaptations that make each culture vibrant and
This sheet allows students to collect basic facts about Elements of the Periodic Table. This type of research is common in a Montessori classroom and also works well as a "spark" for ideas with Classical Conversations.
We use with the Theodore
This Montessori-inspired guide is meant to guide young elementary school aged children through the facts about a country. It covers important geographical facts, natural features of the country, and cultural points of interest (language spoken,
"I have...Who has" is an excellent way for children to learn sight words. This is a collection of words that are designated puzzle ("sight") words by Montessori (AMI list). This game allows you to play the complete list (approximately 100 words)
A guide that pairs nicely with the Fundamental Needs chart, this is an extension activity that introduces the child to additional examples within fundamental needs to increase understanding.
Please note, this product does mention "God"/belief in