Date Added: 2014-02-03 What better way review children's knowledge of United States geography than to play a game? It's better than taking a test, that's the point of view a child will have and who likes correcting a test anyway!
This file folder game is a slightly different version as the full size game, it has fewer playing squares with the state name and state capital decks included. Directions are included to put the... [click here for more]
For ages: 5-7, 8-10, 11-13
Date Added: 2013-09-18 Take your children on this fascinating trip back to the Renaissance era to explore the European navigation, conquest, and colonization of foreign lands within the context of the European Renaissance. Highlights include multisensory activities to engage your children and provide the connection to make history relevant in their own lives. Each chapter includes current and active links to multiple... [click here for more]
Date Added: 2012-07-15 This is a fun game to help strengthen map skills. Use the cubes to locate and name facts and geological features for each continent.
The cube squares have the 7 continents plus a world, and each continent is colored in the designated montessori continent color. There are over 20 different command cards that have your students either looking on a map for the longest river on a continent, to naming... [click here for more]
For ages: Birth to 3, Preschool, 5-7, 8-10
Date Added: 2012-06-04 A Classical Preschool/Kindergarten Curriculum Building a foundation for reading and spelling one letter at a time.
Each week works through one letter of the alphabet--learning its sound(s), writing it in cursive, and learning about a math, science, and social studies topic starting with its sound. Each week also includes a read aloud, play ideas, and a Bible memory verse all revolving around the... [click here for more]