geography

I’m excited to be an Ambassador for award-winning Little Passports, a Global Adventure! I’m an affiliate for Little Passports and, as an ambassador, I received a year’s subscription to the World Edition of Little Passports. I’ll be sharing some Montessori-inspired activities featuring Little Passports. Of course, all opinions are

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It’s difficult for young children to understand their relationship to the larger world – and to the universe especially. Cosmic nesting cubes, map towers, and “Me on the Map” activities are great ways for them to gain a better understanding. While these aren’t all specific Montessori activities, they are

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Montessori globes very clearly show land and water and then continents and oceans. It’s possible to make DIY Montessori globes, although you might decide to skip the sandpaper (land and water) globe for a homeschool and many schools. Most children can easily pick up the concept of land and

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Montessori cultural activities typically include geography, history, general science, botany and zoology, music, and art. By following Montessori principles, you can add activities to a low shelf or shelves grouped together in the appropriate curriculum area. You don’t need to have the complete cultural curriculum or school-quality materials. For instance,

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