We are album hopping a little bit for Montessori grammar because I am creating my own hybrid of elementary and primary lessons to use with the boys together. For that reason, right now we are doing a few presentations from the Montessori R&D grammar album.
The lesson they did today is usually called something like "labeling the classroom." I figure that's what it is called because in a traditional Montessori school, that's where you are. But, I saw no reason for us to limit ourselves to the school room at home. Especially on a beautiful day like today. So, we took our labeling outdoors.
We all took turns writing the labels on index cards. I set out a previously empty flower pot full of river rocks for them to use to weigh the cards down in the wind.
This label is actually placed under a tree...makes more sense in context!
Afterward, the boys sat at our NEW PATIO TABLE (Yes, I am excited after living without one for 1.5 years.) and wrote some outdoor nouns in their language binders and used a stencil to trace a big, black triangle above them.
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