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  • Razia Latif

    It’s difficult for young children to understand their relationship to the larger world – and to the universe especially. Cosmic nesting cubes, map towers, and “Me on the Map” activities are great ways for them to gain a better understanding. While these aren’t all specific Montessori activities, the

  • Kelly Irene

    Montessori Monday - DIY Cosmic Nesting Boxes, Map Towers, and "Me on the Map" Activities

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Me on the map homemade nesting boxes. Buy M&D nesting boxes ($12), spray paint, put on pictures, spray with varnish. She said around $20. Totally doing this!

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I've just discovered blog, Counting Coconuts, and though I'm not very familiar with Montessori methods, she makes me want to learn everything I can, because she makes it all sound like SO much FUN! Not to mention I would finally have a way to justify all the odds and ends I ccollect: teaching materials!!

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Me on the Map; I like this version. Could be hung up on the wall.

Really good for teaching map skills to 3rd graders.