Turkey Nomenclature Cards and Book
Printable Montessori Sensorial Activity Cards
This printable file includes both full color and black-line masters for the following Montessori materials:
- Pink Tower
- Red Rods (also includes set labeled “Long Rods”)
- Brown Stair (also includes set labeled “Broad Stair”)
- Knobbed Cylinders (sets A,B,C and D)
- Knobless Cylinders (red, yellow, green and blue)
- includes a black-line master set of knobless cylinders that have a blank space for stating the color (for those who do not follow the Nienhuis color code).
Car, Elephant, Airplane, and Airline Nomenclature Cards
Animal Activity: Nocturnal or Diurnal
Children love to study animals and compare animal behavior to human behavior. This is the first step in understanding how nature works. Our photographic Montessori materials help to bring the reality and beauty of the animal world closer to the child for them to investigate further.
Our Animal Activity cards will assist children in learning which animals are active during the day and sleep at night (diurnal) and those who sleep during the day and are active at night (nocturnal).
Animal Activity (Nocturnal or Diurnal)This printable file includes:
- 16 photographic animal cards
- 8 diurnal animals
- 8 nocturnal animals
- 2 brief explanation cards
- title cards – (diurnal and nocturnal)
- 1 Control Chart showing the correct classification of the photo cards
* The 16 Sorting Cards are approx. 2½” x 3″ with the labels.
Penguin and Kangaroo Nomenclature Cards and Booklets
Animal Coverings and Animals – How Many Legs?
Another way to classify animals is by how many legs they have. This lesson “Animals – How Many Legs” will give children the opportunity to count from zero to ten and determine which animals belong together according to the number of legs they have.
Animals: How Many LegsIncludes: 24 photographic animal cards, title cards, 1 control chart
For many more lessons that include animals visit our Science: Animals section