Rainbows di Trillium Montessori
Color Mixing Science Experiment di Montessori by Hand
Color Mixing Practical Life di Education of Ours
Color Theory di Beautiful Sun Montessori
Color Mixing di My Montessori Journey
Color Mixing with Model Magic di To the Lesson
Color Mixing Extravaganza di To the Lesson
Montessori Color Tablets di Imagine Our Life
Experiments & Activities:
Vision Experiment di 123Homeschool4Me
Eyepatch Ideas di Stay at Home Educator
Human Eye Activities di The Crafty Classroom
DIY Eye Puzzle di Chalk Academy
Blind Spot di Carrots are Orange
Eye di Science Projects
The Full Montessori
Article at mother.ly: Sight Words are so 2016, New Study Finds the Real Key to Literacy
Writing with Moveable Alphabet di Montessori Works Blog
Moveable Alphabet in Our Home di Montessori Trails
The Magic of the Moveable Alphabet di How we Montessori
Word Building with Moveable Alphabet di Montessori Daoshi
Materials: The Moveable Alphabet di I am Montessori
Material Spotligt: Moveable Alphabet di Montessori Academy
Natural Beach Living
Free Printable di Living Montessori Now
Free Montessori Inspired Printable di The Wise Owl Factory
Montessori on a Budget
Moveable Alphabet 3D Printing
Living Montessori Now
The Silvan Reverie
Montessori Album – skrol sampai bawah untuk printables
Active Ways to Celebrate Earth Day di Carrots are Orange
20 Earth Day Activities di Playdough to Plato
Engaging Earth Day Activities for Kids di The Kindergarten Connection
20 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day di Montessori Nature
Craft Ideas for Earth Day di Sight & Sound Reading
Earth Day di Every Star is Different
Earth Day Preschool Activities di Trillium Montessori
Earth Day Activities di The Inspired Apple
- The three different ways mammals give birth
PK: Understands units money & recognise related symbols (RM, cents)
K-2: Understands RM1=10x10sen etc
K-2: Using concrete materials is able to count in units of money (eg counts 3 quarters as 75 cents).
K-3: Uses language associated with money to describe amounts and make comparisons (eg costly, affordable, expensive, inexpensive).
K-3: Makes comparison regarding amounts of money (eg this item costs $1.25 more than that item).
K-3: Estimates the cost of an item. Uses sources to determine actual cost. Compares estimate to actual value using comparison words (equal, less/greater than).
1-3: Applies knowledge of equivalancies to create a conversion table for units of money.
1-3: Applies knowledge of equivalancies and multiplication and division to convert between units of money (eg dimes to dollar, dollars to quarters).
1-3: Rounds to the nearest whole dollar.
1-3: Rounds to the nearest quarter.
1-3: Rounds to the nearest dime.
1-3: Rounds to the nearest nickel.
1-3: Is able to complete mathematical operations with money.
1-3: Is able to make change with money.
1-6: Solve story problems involving various units of currency (dollar, quarter, dimes, nickels and pennies). Uses dollar and cents symbol appropriately.
2-6: Applies knowledge of units of money in practical ways (eg calculates cost of grocery list, wish list)
5-6: Convert currencies
Teach the Names of Coins & Money di The Measured Mom
7 Ways to Teach Kids Money di Living Well Spending Less
Learning Money through Word Problems Fun Ideas for Creating a Money Unit Study
25 Fun Money Activities for Kids
Fun Money Games Teach Kids
Teach Kids Budget Money
Clean Pennies with Vinegar
Scissors Practice di Worksheet Works
STEM Cut Shapes di Pragmatic Mom
Activities for Toddlers, Emotions
10+ Ways to Use Emotion Cards to Help Your Child Develop Empathy
Teaching Emotions Activities Social Skills
All Feelings are Okay