Here are the top 10 birds from the Great Backyard Bird Count.
You can participate with your family, school and community February 15 to 18, 2008.
Here is our Montessori New Year’s Newsletter.
This lesson plan is very Montessori in that it presents different cultures and countries during the holidays.
Here are some more links that may be helpful.
I’m gathering up my left over fabric to make this star. Even your young children can help with the stitching. Instead of gluing on the button, let your child sew it on a piece of fabric before mounting it to the cardboard. Here is how to sew on a button.
Here are some bird seed cakes to make for wild birds this winter.
I found this button wreath link at Christmas Crafts Projects. -check it out for even more free ideas for Christmas. I like the button wreath because it’s a nice combination of Montessori practical life and handwork.
Here are two gingerbread people patterns that would be a cute handwork project for the holidays:
Make extras to give to your community holiday charity project.
This site has sweet Spanish songs about the months of the year, parts of the head, learning colors and animal names. The illustrations and download music make this an easy way to introduce Spanish to children.
It’s time to get your calendars ready for the New Year. This has a printout of the 2008 months of the year.
Here is a post about calendars to help with your educational lessons.
Here is a favorite post for a creative angel paper doll handwork activity.