Thursday, April 16, 2009

100th Post- Free Montessori Cards!





I'm on vacation visiting family in Costa Rica- still could not resist early morning material making with coffee and birds on my parents beautiful porch. And I remembered the classroom, on an island far far away... where we have had so much work with the puzzle maps in the classroom recently that I decided to make a set of World Landmarks 3 part cards. Click here and you can have them too! It would be really cool to make little flags or write the location of where the landmarks are in the future. I think they'll be great for generating discussions on architecture, design, and geography.

7 comments:

My Child's Diary said...

Thank you for sharing! Enjoy your vacation! Costa Rica is indeed a beautiful country...:) Miri

My Boys' Teacher said...

Thank You!

Jan said...

What beautiful cards!
Thank you!
Jan

yair said...

Dear Susanne,
This is a wonderful material. It is a tremendous gesture of generosity to have these cards available for free. As the Director of Bula Montessori School I would have been willing to pay hundreds of dollars for these. Keep up the great work.

Yours truly,

Shlomo Yair Shulevitz

Lindart said...

Thank you for the cards! I envy you being in Costa Rica, beautiful!! And you seem to be just like me, on vacation, but Montessori is still at the top of the list!

Susanne said...

Oh dear... Someone (in not very kind words) just let me know that I misspelled "Taj Mahal" on my cards- oops. Colloseum, however, is an accepted spelling for this structure although Colosseum is more widely used.

The girl who painted trees said...

We lived in Costa Rica for two years. My son was born there. We lived in Heredia. We miss most things about it, but it is much easier living in the States.