## Sunday, November 19, 2023

Looking to discover some of the famous landmarks in North America and seeking educational resources to help you do so? Look no further! I am pleased to introduce you to our Montessori Landmarks of America Nomenclature Cards. These cards showcase high quality real images of well-known landmarks in North America, along with informative cards and pin flags to spark your child's curiosity. Take a peek at the preview and start your exploration today!

## Thursday, November 16, 2023

I have recently upgraded my Montessori nomenclature flags setup. It has been a decade since I created my first set, and I felt it was time for a glow-up. Below, you will find the new features added to our Montessori North America Flags 3-Part Cards.

## Wednesday, November 15, 2023

Hey there! I'm excited to share that we've reached the Property of Light topic in our upper elementary physics class. My older child has been eagerly waiting for this subject, and for those of you with kids who are also interested in exploring this topic, you're in for a treat. We'll be exploring and defining some really cool properties of light in this material. So, get ready to learn some fascinating things!

## Saturday, November 11, 2023

Featuring the foods originating in North America!

This material is a perfect add-on to your North American continent study. Traditional foods are always linked to customs, indigenous cultures, and territory, so this is an exciting subject for kids when doing social studies.

## Saturday, November 4, 2023

Let's discover the ten fascinating volcanoes in the world!

## Thursday, November 2, 2023

Max and I have been exploring various activities to help him learn how to count and understand numbers using the Montessori Color Beads and Golden Beads Pack. Since August, Max has shown a keen interest in counting and letter sounds, so we have been working on numerous counting activities to support his interest.

I introduced him to the Montessori Colored Beads, a unique way of representing quantities. Each bead bar represents a distinct color and helps a child recognize the quantity associated with that color. As Max progresses, he can use the beads independently to learn fundamental mathematical concepts such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. This material is used in both Primary and Lower Elementary levels.