Animals of Seven Continents (AK3) Five indigenous animals are illustrated and labeled for each of the six continents and the Polar Regions. Miniature continent maps appear on the animal cards and title cards to make the task of sorting self-correcting. The 35 picture cards are sorted under 8 label cards: Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Polar Regions, Australasia (and Australia). Picture cards measure 3” x 3.5”, are in full color and laminated.
Animals of Seven Continents Replicards (AK3w) Designed for photocopying, these 7 cards produce worksheets for a continuing exercise with the Animals of Seven Continents set (AK3). Each Replicard (8½” x 11") is divided into six sections, which includes a continent map, five indigenous animals, and space for each animal’s name. After being colored and labeled, a worksheet can be cut apart, stapled, and made into a “continent” booklet.
World & Continent Map Replicards (G1) Ten line maps replicards show 6 continents, the U.S.A, and the World. Replicards (8½” x 11") are photocopied to make worksheets for the child to color after working with the Montessori puzzle maps. These worksheets can also be used in extension exercises, for coloring geological features, continent, country and state names, etc.
Flags of 6 ContinentsReplicards (G2) A favorite activity for children is making flags. This set of 12 sheets (8½” x 11") offers four outlined flags per sheet, 8 or more flags per continent, which results in a total of 65 world flags. Photocopy the Replicards to make worksheets to be cut into quarter-pages. The child colors the flag outlines using resource books for each flag’s official colors. Flags are shown with a flagpole to indicate the correct orientation if the colored flag is glued to a stick.
Constellations (ST1) Learn the star patterns of seven, “easy to spot” constellations in the Northern Hemisphere. Place 6 transparent picture cards onto 6 labeled night-sky star base cards to reveal the constellations Cassiopeia, Cygnus, Canus Major, Orion, Cepheus, andBig & Little Dipper. Overlay cards also show the star-to-star pattern to make finding the constellations easier. Mythical stories about star patterns are included for the teacher. These 12 cards (4" x 4") are of durable rigid vinyl and do not need to be laminated.
Daytime/Nighttime (GS8) Eight 2-color picture cards (6½” x 31/8”) portray the activities of a child every three hours through a 24-hour day. Each illustration has a 2-color clock face showing the corresponding time of day or night. Three Replicards (8½” x 11") reproduce the picture cards, but without hands on the clocks. Replicards are photocopied to make worksheets for the child to color, to write the time of day, and to draw hands on the clock. The worksheets can be cut apart and stapled together to make a “Daytime/Nighttime” booklet.