Are you working through different animal groupings or animal life cycles with your preschooler or elementary student? You will be excited to have found this wonderful collection of Animal Sorting + 3-part Montessori Cards to utilize in your homeschool! Whether you are using them alongside The Gentle + Classical Preschool, or using them all on their own, fun and educational opportunities abound as you help your little one classify, group, and sequence these cards.
So, how can you use them? Here are several ideas:
- Group them according to which environment the animals live in.
- Try sequencing the life cycle sets.
- Group them according to biome temperatures.
- Group them according to carnivore vs herbivore.
- Print two of each card and play a matching game with them.
- Use them as 3-Part Montessori Cards (details included)
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