We love to spend time outdoors.
I love how much freedom we have by homeschooling, so we get to spend as much and as little time outside as we want.
We do get to hang out a lot outside because of the pool, the hens, the trampoline and even a garden!
And we love gathering and implementing gardening ideas with kids!
In this post, we will share with you some awesome 3-part cards that will teach kids the names of things we use to learn how to plant a garden.
We don’t take nomenclature for granted!
After all, learning the grammar for each topic is paramount to build knowledge on.
This set of 3-part cards will teach them the main gardening words for gardening tools for kids, how to make a garden special with decorations and details like pots and about great garden plants to enjoy.
Montessori at Home Gardening Ideas with Kids
Children will enjoy learning the basics on how to plant a vegetable garden with our How to Plant a Garden Steps & Printable Montessori 3-Part Cards.
This will also teach kids how to plan a garden step by step.
It’s a great addition to the gardening ideas with kids that you’ve been wanting.
To us, 3-part cards are great tools to teach children the basics about any topic under the sun.
They are simple instruments to provide a firm foundation in learning.
We use 3-part cards a lot in our homeschool because we have seen how successful they are.
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Step 1: Print this set TWICE in color on cardstock. Cut out one set with the word (nomenclature) part attached to the image.
Cut the second set and then cut the word part off from the image.
Now you have three parts: the image with nomenclature card, the picture card and the nomenclature card.
This is why they are called 3-part cards.
The cards with the image and the nomenclature are the control of error so children can use these sets independently.
They can check their own work because they compare it to the control of error.
Step 2: Put the cards on three piles, the image and nomenclature pile, the images pile and the nomenclature pile.
The first pile cards are set up on a mat or on a tabletop, spaced enough to fit another card in-between, but leaving the space open (for now).
Step 3: The child will now take the second pile and match the cards with the control of error.
Follow along with the third pile.
Match those up with the control of error as well until all of the 3-part cards are a perfect match with each other.
Homeschool Printable Photo 3-Part Cards
Now, it’s your turn!
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There, you will have the PDF file for these beautiful garden nomenclature 3-part cards!
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