Are you ready to be an amazing Geography and History homeschool parent using the Montessori curriculum?
Well, your kids are going to have so much fun (and learn a lot) with this simple hands-on lesson.
You have got to get your hands on these wonderful 3-part cards and lesson ideas! They are at long last here!
What’s more, they are for you, for me, for everybody! A printable for all who need them!
Read on to find out exactly how I set up our cards together and how we utilized them in two basic, super fun exercises.
This is age-suitable for kids as young as two years of age and up to 3rd and 4th grade.
This post is about how to make learning fun again with the best Montessori curriculum Geography printables ever!
And you can get them here, too!
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Books about the World
Montessori Geography Printables
I am very passionate when it comes to learning about the world. We also love to incorporate History into those lessons.
Let’s share with you how we do it.
First, I want to tell you that there is a product out there that actually inspired my 3-part cards and they have been an incredible complement to one another in our lessons.
I’m talking about Toobs. Particularly, you will want to look at the Around the World and World Landmarks sets.
They are the perfect hands-on resources to use in Montessori at home.
As soon as I got my hands on them and found how much I could teach my kids with them, I promptly began to think of ideas to grow it into a lesson (or even unit studies)!
At first, I thought of finding magazine cut-outs from these places (which would take forever to make) or even coordinate a way to get postcards from these spots.
However, that could get extremely costly.
Along these lines, in the wake of perceiving how much my kids love them, I chose to give them a chance to learn through play.
Montessori Lesson Plans
- When you print the cards in color, you have to print the set twice.
- Cut one set with the image AND the nomenclature (name) attached. Note: You can print the cards on cardstock or do what I did: I printed them on normal paper and afterward picked some wonderful scrapbooking paper for the backs of the cards.
- Then, cut the second set with the image and the name separately.
First Activity: free printable world landmarks
Second Activity: Free Montessori Printables
Learn how to present and use 3-part cards in our post here. You can also get some more free 3-part cards sets to get your started!
The kids put both mats side by side and spread all cards on them.
Then Sister got the cards without the names and started matching them up with the nomenclature cards.
Brother got the name cards and was matching them up as well.
More Geography Resources
2 Sets of 3 Part Cards Free Downloads
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