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.
Here is some more information about the praying mantis at montessorimom.com. Check out the free reading printouts too.
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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National Geographic Readers: Bees is an easy to read book about bees. It explains the complexity of bees in way that is simple to understand. The photos are beautiful and educational.
Bees are not only fascinating insects, but very much part of our agricultural productivity of nuts, fruits and vegetables. Check out the parts of bees with this free printout at montessorimom.com
I have made most of my backyard a wildflower garden. The change has been amazing! Bees, wasps, humming birds, butterflies and moths are constantly moving in the garden. It has changed the outdoor space for the better. Here are some pollinators that live in Colorado. Check out the printout at montessorimom.com