Learn how to make a “My Tree Book” Montessori activity featuring real parts of a tree. You can go with your kids on a nature walk to collect real parts of a tree to use in their book. This is a fun activity that adds lots of meaning to work with parts of a tree. Help your kids appreciate parts of God’s creation.
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