Today while walking on my favorite trail I observed how happy some preschool children were walking and observing the shinning rocks with mica. They called them “glitter rocks.” It was amazing how beautiful a simple walk was made special with glitter rocks.
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Check out the night sky in the Northern Hemisphere this New Years Eve for an amazing display of a comet flying by the left side of the crescent moon.
NASA has some great information how to view this comet.
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Ants are amazing creatures. They seem to cover most of the earth. They inhabit every continent except Antarctica. Check out more about ants and print out the free science cards at montessorimom.com
Ants are fun to study in your own backyard!
I found a huge praying mantis in my yard this fall. It was so incredible looking that I had to learn more about this fascinating insect.
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Why do leaves change colors in the fall? Find out at montessorimom.com Check out the free printouts too!
Honey bees are eusocial insects. They live in a social hive with a queen, drones and workers. Their life is an example of cooperation.
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Check out at this free printout at montessorimom.com Pumpkins have a hard surface on the outside and a soft inside.
Save some pumpkin seeds for your own pumpkin patch next growing season. Here is a free printout about pumpkins at montessorimom.com
The pumpkin life cycle is finally mature in my garden. I have small pumpkins this year and they are starting to turn a lovely orange color.
Here is the life cycle of a pumpkin for your fall lessons. Check out the free printout at montessorimom.com
It’s always fun to figure out your parenting style. We are all different types of parents, but we have one thing in common, we love our children.
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