• Aida Arredondo

    @Kathy Chan Chan Chan Goebel... there was a reason that I hadn't given the continents section of the World Cultures PI yet :)

  • Brooke

    World map made of felt. Children place the continents.

  • Mary Christine

    Continent map work - what a fun sensory idea!

  • Kristen Peters

    Felt map. Love the idea.

  • the Humming Meadow

    Montessori continents map-made out of felt and placed on a felt board! Link broke but i like this idea.

  • Allison Gauvin

    Felt Montessori map--good for social studies or Earth Day activity

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