Every place in the world has unique weather. What type of weather you experience depends where you live. The equator tends to be warm, the poles tend to be cold and where you live it can be combination of cold and warm weather.
The warm air moves from the equator toward the poles and the colder air from the poles moves toward the equator. When these two different types of air masses meet different weather occurs where you live.
Check out more about longitude and latitude at montessorimom.com
Snowfall affects the water cycle where I live. If we don’t have a good snow pack in the mountains we have a short supply of water for cities and farms. Melting snow fills rivers and reservoirs that provide water for us.
Here is a printout and little lesson about our wonderful water cycle.
The weather is always a topic of conversation. Our lives can be affected by weather in profound ways.
Here is a free weather reading printout at montessorimom.com.
Some people use the pink, blue and green reading schemes to teach reading. Here is how to start the pink reading scheme. You can use these lessons for the more advanced blue and green word schemes.
Fish are found in oceans, rivers, streams, lakes, ponds and even aquariums.
Check out the free nomenclature printout at montessorimom.com
Planets are categorized as rocky and gaseous planets. Check out more with printouts at montessorimom.com
Stars and planets are not the only objects in space. We have added some orbital objects with space exploration.
Check it out at montessorimom.com
More lessons at Our Solar System
These free Montessori nomenclature cards have beautiful graphics of our 8 major planets.
Montessori Schools use timelines to demonstrate the big picture of our history. The Montessori School of Rome has put together a great living timeline. The use of costumes gives the whole event great drama and stage appeal. What a great idea and the photos tell it all!