Parts of the Mayflower & Who Am I? Game for Montessori Elementary

My 8, soon to be 9 year old (wow, does time fly) daughter absolutely loves making pin maps and pin models.  The really great thing for me is that I can make a control and she traces the control, colors it, laminates it and mounts it on foam core.  She then makes pin flags/labels for it and proudly creates what she calls–and really is–a Montessori work for her younger brother and visiting friends.

Today she used the “Parts of the Eye,” nomenclature from Montessori for Everyone to make a pin model of the parts of the Eye.  I can barely keep up with the need for foam core! But it is worth it as creating her own extensions as well as work for her brother is a huge time saver for me. I plan to purchase the Ein-O’s Eye Science Box Kit to add to her created masterpiece!

She also really loves to play the “Who Am I?” or rather, “What Part Am I?” guessing game with the nomenclature. After she studies the work for a while, she will bring me the descriptions and I will read them to her, replacing the name of the part with the word “blank.” She then guesses which part fits the definition/description.

Since the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock on November 11th, this week, I made a control of the “Parts of the Mayflower,” along with a “What Part Am I?” game. She can do this game by herself, rather than with a partner as the cards in this game only contain the clue and have a separate control with the answers. She can of course still play this with a partner, taking turns reading the clue and guessing the answer.

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I am working on some other “Fact Cards,” right now about those who took the voyage on the Mayflower and other Thanksgiving terminology. I hope to have those available yet this week too, but I’m still trying to figure out the best type of work for the information. Any ideas?

Parts of the Mayflower

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