We LOVE to find out about mainlands, nations, banners, seasons, and so on. Our enthusiasm for it is boundless.
We appreciate it so much that we need to not just welcome you to see a set of 4 great activities that we did.
However, we additionally need you to get the Continents 3-Part Cards Printable for you to be able to do these 4 Continent Studies activities at home with your preschoolers.
Teaching continents to preschoolers and older kids is easy with these wonderful free continent printables!
Take a look at our lesson! This lesson on the 7 continents for kids is awesome!
And don’t forget to visit our Geography lessons list!
It is full of great ideas, lessons, activities and printables that will make your Geography classes easier!
How to Learn the 7 Continents with Free Continent Printables
Let’s start with the prep work (no children required for this part).
1. Print 2 copies of the FREE Printable
2. Laminate all 4 sheets
3. One set of cards will be cut WITH the name attached to the image (see below, left)
4. The second set will be cut SEPARATELY with name and image (see below, right)
All ready to begin teaching children with these Montessori inspired cards! That was easy!
Additional Montessori at Home Materials
7 Continents Free Printables (Activity 1)
After I was finished making the 3-part cards, we went to the homeschool room.
We have a stunning Geography area that we adore. We went over the landmass maps on the puzzle and named the mainlands (continents).
We have a little rhyme we use to name off the mainlands.
It causes us recall every one of them seven.
At that point, we got our inflatable globes and were finding and pointing at the various landmasses on them.
Next, I set out the main arrangement of the 3-part cards and we went over those names.
After that, I got the second arrangement of the 3-part cards and gave Sister the pictures (since she is younger) and Brother the names (since he is older).
At first, Sister would match one of her mainland pictures and afterward Brother would locate the coordinating name and set it underneath the picture that Sister had matched up.
They truly appreciated doing it a few times.
I was an observer, not by any means controlling, simply giving them a chance to do their exercise after I did the first Presentation of this work.
To get the formal presentation for 3-part cards, click here.
It is awesome that it is a self-check movement and it very well may be done independently or two by two (like for this situation).