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Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Personal Hygiene Printable Pack

Whether you're at home or in the classroom, there's always a need to teach about personal hygiene.  But it's one thing to talk about it and another to provide resources that show kids exactly how to take care of themselves.

This is what the NEW Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Personal Hygiene Printable Pack is all about!

It empowers kids to become independent in tasks such as washing hands, blowing their nose and washing hair. 

This printable pack also teaches children how to solve personal hygiene problems in two Montessori-inspired printables.  

The Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Personal Hygiene Printable Pack is a must have in the classroom and at home.

Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Personal Hygiene Printable Pack

Let's talk more about details.

This printable pack is 16 pages full of beautiful images of children that are diverse to meet the needs of any classroom.

It is designed for children in Montessori preschool and elementary classrooms and homes.

Here's what's included:

Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Personal Hygiene Printable Pack Table of Contents



  • How to Wash Hair Sequencing Cards
  • How to Wash Hands Sequencing Cards
  • Personal Hygiene Match Up Scenario Cards
  • How to Blow Your Nose Sequence Cards
  • Do’s and Don’ts of Spreading Germs


I introduced the resources in this printable pack to children in my home and classroom over the last two days and they all went nuts over them.  Trust me when I say this is a resource you need!

Currently, the Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Personal Hygiene Printable Pack is part of the Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle.

Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle

The Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle is a 300 page resource created for Montessori preschool and elementary children at home and at school.

Purchased at full price, this resource costs $60.  

But for a limited time you can receive this fantastic resource for only $14.99!

That's 75% OFF!

This is only possible through Wednesday, April 17th at 11:59 PM, so don't wait!


Just check out all that it includes:

Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle Table of Contents

  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Personal Hygiene Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: First Aid Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dressing Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dental Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Nutrition Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Kitchen Tasks Printable Pack
  • My Body Activities for Tots and Preschoolers

I really can't say enough about this resource! Everyone who has seen it LOVES it!

Now if you're still hesitant about the product, I want to be sure you're able to see first hand just how amazing it is by giving you a bonus subscriber freebie to try out.

Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Personal Hygiene Bonus Subscriber Freebie

The Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Personal Hygiene Bonus Subscriber Freebie is ten pages and contains four resources:


  • The Dos and Don'ts of Spreading Germs Book Activity
  • How to Blow Your Nose Chart
  • How to Wash Your Hair Chart
  • How to Wash Your Hands Chart


All of these resources go hand in hand with what's in the printable pack.

This bonus subscriber freebie can be yours.  Just follow the directions below:



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3. Open the thank you message you receive after subscribing. (Be sure to check your spam folder, as sometimes it ends up there.) 

4. You will be sent a confirmation e-mail.  Be sure to click the link to confirm your subscription.

5. Once confirmed you will receive a "Thank You" Message. 

6. The link to our Subscriber Only Freebies page as well as password to access it is in the "Thank You" message.

7. Click on link and type in password.

8. Find the printable pack you are looking for listed in alphabetical order, click on it, and viola!

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Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dental Printable Pack

So many children struggle with caring for their teeth properly.  Some children aren't taught properly or decide not to listen when they are. Others have sensory aversions to the cleaning process.  Dentist appointments can be a nightmare.

No child fully understands the consequences of not caring for their teeth.  Parents can often become frustrated and quite desperate for helpful resources to use at home.

Teachers also share concern when it comes to dental hygiene.  Children may show up at school with bad breath and food items stuck in their teeth.  Caregivers may or may not be able to teach and provide for children in the home.  And those who are able to teach and provide may not be listened to.

The more we can educate children about the importance of dental hygiene at home and at school, the better their chances are of having healthy smiles when they are older.

This is the main purpose of the Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dental Printable Pack!  It is the perfect resource for the home and classroom!

Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dental Printable Pack

How to Care for Teeth

As mentioned in a previous post, we have four new students in our classroom this year.  They love to sleep in and most often arrive just after waking up in the morning.  We serve breakfast as part of our daily schedule and then provide everything they need to care for their teeth: toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, and mouthwash.  It's part of our daily routine at school.  If everyone is doing it, no one will feel uncomfortable during the process.

Sometimes the kids get lazy and decide to skip important steps in the teeth cleaning process.  Some of my kiddos do the same thing as well. 

Sunshine tends to only brush her front teeth.  Bulldozer forgets to brush all together as he often is distracted by other more pleasurable tasks.  Princess forgets mouthwash if she's in a hurry.

Every child I know could use some visual reminders to help through the process.  The Montessori-inspired Self-Care Dental Printable Pack provides them and so much more!

Going to the Dentist

I don't know of a single child who loves going to the dentist.  Appointments can often be scary and cause extreme anxiety.  This doesn't have to be the case though. 

What if you had the proper materials to educate children about what a dentist appointment is like?

The Montessori-inspired Self-Care Dental Printable Pack does just that! Whether you're looking for sequence cards, a social story, or dental tool nomenclature cards, this pack has it all!

You may wonder how we could give you all of this?  The father of the students I teach is a dentist!  He helped me put this all together.  We then confirmed it all with a second dentist we know in town.  I assure you this printable pack is top notch.

Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dental Printable Pack

So here are the details!
 
The Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dental Printable Pack is 72 pages in length.  

It is designed for children in Montessori preschool and elementary classrooms.

This printable pack includes so many activities!  

Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dental Printable Pack Table of Contents

  • Dental Themed Nomenclature Cards
  • Dental Themed Picture and Description Cards
  • Dental Themed Word Strips
  • How to Brush Teeth Picture Sequence Cards
  • How to Brush Teeth Poster
  • Teeth Care Chart
  • How to Brush Teeth Nomenclature Cards with Book Creation Option
  • Parts of Tooth Activity
  • Types of Teeth Activity
  • Foods that are Best/Worst for Teeth Sorting Activity with Description Cards
  • Dentist Visit Picture Sequence Cards
  • Dentist Visit Social Story
  • Dental Visit Draw a Picture Social Story

Isn't it amazing?

The Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dental Printable Pack is only one part of the amazing 300 page Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle!

Alone at full price the 72 page Dental Printable Pack costs $14.50. 

Now through Wednesday, April 17th you can purchase the entire Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle for only $14.99!

It's 75% OFF!

You're receiving 300 pages of printables for the nearly the cost of only 72 pages.

Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle

Just check out all that's included!

Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle Table of Contents


  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dental Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Personal Hygiene Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Nutrition Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Kitchen Tasks Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: First Aid Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dressing Printable Pack
  • My Body Activities for Tots and Preschoolers Printable Pack


You don't want to miss out on this!  Trust me!

Purchase your Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle today!!!

And while you're at it, be sure to download our Self-Care: Dental Bonus Freebie by following the directions below.  It's the perfect visual resource to teach children how to use mouthwash.

Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dental Bonus Subscriber Freebie-How to Use Mouthwash

This printable is not included in the dental pack or self-care bundle, but is a preview of the quality of our work and just how detailed it is.

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2. Subscribe to our free newsletter. 

3. Open the thank you message you receive after subscribing. (Be sure to check your spam folder, as sometimes it ends up there.)  Click on the link to confirm your subscription.

4. Once your subscription is confirmed you will be given a link to the Subscriber's Only Freebies along with the password via e-mail.

5. Click on link and type in password.

6. Find the printable pack you are looking for listed in alphabetical order, click on it, and viola!
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Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Kitchen Tasks Printable Pack

The Montessori Practical Life curriculum includes many kitchen tasks that children learn and master at home and in the classroom.  Preparing meals and navigating the kitchen are skills that will benefit children their entire lives.

So why is it that unlike language, math, science, geography and history, there are little to no resources to help children learn these skills?

Just think about it.

How many kitchen utensils do we use on a daily basis that have special names children need to learn?

How many vocabulary terms are in recipes that children don't know?

When do we begin to start teaching children how to follow a step-by-step recipe?  What if they have the desire to learn before they can read?

How can we help children be independent in the kitchen?

The Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Kitchen Tasks Printable Pack is the answer!


This printable pack is 29 pages long. 

It is designed for children in Montessori preschool and elementary classrooms.

Here's what's included:

Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Kitchen Tasks Printable Pack

  • Kitchen Utensils Nomenclature Cards
  • Cooking Verbs Nomenclature Cards
  • How to Set the Table Chart
  • How to Make Pizza Sequencing Cards
  • How to Cook Picture Recipe Cards

 And for a limited time the Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Kitchen Tasks Printable Pack is part of the Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle!

Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle

The Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle includes the following printable packs:
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Kitchen Tasks Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dental Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Personal Hygiene Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Dressing Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Nutrition Printable Pack
  • Montessori-inspired Self-Care: First Aid Printable Pack
  • My Body Activities for Tots and Preschoolers Printable Pack

This bundle includes 300 pages of unbelievable printables to help children master self-care practical life skills.

At full price this bundle would cost you $60.  

But now through Wednesday, April 17th at 11:59 PM EST it can be yours for an incredible $14.99.

That's a 75% discount!

Don't wait until it's too late to grab your own Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle!

If you're still unsure and want to preview how amazing the Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle is, or you want to take advantage of another one of our fantastic subscribers only freebies, be sure to download the Self-Care: Kitchen Tasks Bonus Freebie below!

Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Kitchen Tasks Bonus Subscriber Freebie

This "how to do dishes" printable with options for hand washing and dishwashers is not included in the Montessori-inspired Self-Care: Kitchen Tasks Printable Pack or the Montessori-inspired Self-Care Bundle.  

It is an exclusive subscriber only freebie designed to go along with everything you're already receiving.

Be sure to download your Self-Care: Kitchen Tasks Bonus Freebie today following the directions below!

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5. Click on link and type in password.

6. Find the printable pack you are looking for listed in alphabetical order, click on it, and viola!

We hope you enjoy your free printable.

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Something Was Missing

After Sunshine and Princess started attending school outside of our home, it was just the boys, my husband, and I at home.

I definitely had a long period of mourning.

Something was missing.

Something Was Missing

We gave our boys the option of attending school as well, but they were very clear they wanted to stay home.

The Transformation

Words can't begin to express how wonderful our time with them at home has been.

We are very thankful that Princess is given the opportunity to be around typical children at school.  She loves her autistic siblings but it was time.

We are also very excited our boys are able to experience life eight hours a day, Monday through Friday, without Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD and Bipolar Disorder.

The positive changes in everyone have been significant.

When it comes to learning time, it has transformed.

I had no idea how much time was spent working with the girls trying to navigate behaviors, until they weren't part of our class.

The extra attention and focus the boys have received has helped them learn three times faster than they were and given them some much needed attention.

It's been absolutely incredible.

But something was missing.

Something Missing

Over the course of just a couple of months the boys started losing their desire to push forward.

Their passion for learning started to diminish except for those topics they just happened to be obsessed with.

My husband and I could feel it to.  It was so easy to relax and just be.  We became too lax in our daily schedule.

Mind you it was what we all needed at the time.  There was a lot of healing that needed to happen, but by Christmas we could really feel things slipping.

At the end of Christmas break I just happened to be at a close friend's house.  She has four children that had been enrolled in a private school setting during the first half of the school year.

Sadly, it hadn't worked out and she was looking for a way to keep her children out of the public school system.

These four children just happen to be my boys' best friends since we've moved here.

Bulldozer constantly begs to spend as much time with them as possible.

Dinomite just loves the oldest child and for the first time ever feels like he has a real friend.

I listened to my dear friend talk about the predicament her family was in and kept thinking about it when I returned home.

The idea of inviting her children to join us for learning time would not leave my thoughts.

I mentioned it to my husband thinking he would tell me I'm insane for even thinking about taking more on, but instead he started to think about the idea in a positive light.

The more we talked about it, the more we realized this could end up being a very good thing.

Our boys would be motivated by peers in the classroom.

We would be combining Montessori preschool and elementary students.

This would be a great chance for the older kids to help the younger children.

The scenario would provide much needed social interactions for the boys during a time when we wouldn't have to worry about the girls being home.

All of the Montessori materials that I had mournfully packed away when Sunshine started her day program could be put to use again.

We decided to approach our boys about the idea.

They said they wanted to try it.

At that point we approached our friends.

Without hesitation they excitedly said they'd love to have their children join us.

And so it was.

Their first day of our class of six was Monday, January 7th.

There has never been a more perfect transition.

We LOVE having them here and they LOVE coming.

What Was Missing Is Found

The four children join us Monday through Thursday at 10 AM until 1:30 PM.

We serve breakfast and lunch here and have a fabulous uninterrupted three period block.

My boys have blossomed so much.

Our new students have brought so much joy to our home and school day.

On a more personal note, these children have healed my heart in so many different ways, as I have struggled to overcome so much emotional turmoil as a result of my girls' behaviors and all that's happened over the last year.

After the initial adjustment period my husband has found that adding four children to our day keeps us more on task.  There is a motivation that wasn't there before and that has helped routines, which is crucial to his functioning.

We have never been happier.

Meet Our New Students!

Let me introduce you to our new students!  They picked out their own online names.

King Chance

King Chance is eleven years old and lives for LEGO.  He also loves most of the things Dinomite does.  The two are peas in a pod when it comes to personality.

King Chance during our first week of school.

King Chance does extremely well with numbers and thoroughly enjoys geography but struggles in reading and writing.

Scotty

Scotty (His real name is not Scott.) just turned seven last week, sharing a birthday with his twin brother.  He is the sweetest boy and always has a smile.  Bulldozer loves Scotty and plays so well with him.

Scotty during the first week of school.

Scotty has such a desire to learn.  He works so hard and it shows.  His strength lies in language skills, especially reading.  Though he struggles with some speech issues, he pushes forward and never gives up.

Bulldog

Bulldog is also seven and is never afraid to show his personality.  Some days he's singing as he works.  Other days he's moving a mile a minute from one thing to the next .  Of course he fits in quite well here as he loves Star Wars and dinosaurs.

Bulldozer during the first week of school.

Bulldog lives for numbers, just like Bulldozer. I love to observe him deep in thought.  He is inquisitive and asks about everything, especially when it comes to science.  But, no matter how much he loves math and science, he always works hard in other subjects to make sure he stands on equal ground with his twin.  There's definitely a lot of competition going on there.

Diamond

Diamond is five and treated like a queen as the only girl in the class.  There isn't anything her classmates won't do for her.  I love that she has a style and pizazz all on her own.

Diamond during her first week of school.

Diamond is so incredibly smart, yet doesn't know it.  She is always up for a challenge and though her brothers are fourteen months older than she is, she always strives to keep up with them in her studies and most often succeeds with the exception of math.

January 2019: Dinomite's school birthday celebration: A Day at Hogwarts!

And there you have it!  I can't wait to start sharing all that we've been up to and include them in our story.

Something Was Missing


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Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack

Once again we're studying the planets in our classroom.  The theme never seems to get old.  Yet when it comes to finding resources beyond the names of each planet and how close they are to the sun, there are very few resources out there.

That all changes now!  Jason and I have been hard at work creating the NEW Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack.

Trust me when I say it has all you could ever want or need!  It is 200 pages of incredible resources for children in preschool and elementary classrooms.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack

Now you may be wondering how in the world we could come up with 200 pages right?

Trust me it's possible and I'll show you.  

There are a TON of resources here.  It may take you a while to go through them.  But in the end, I think you'll agree this printable pack is AMAZING and a must have for every Montessori home and classroom!

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Planet Do-a-Dot Pages
I just love Do-a-Dot pages.  They are so versatile.  You can use do-a-dot markers, stamps, stickers, manipulatives and more.  Add tweezers or some other type of transfer tool and this work is perfect for developing fine motor skills. 

In this bundle you receive a do-a-dot page for each one of the eight planets. 

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Planet Cards
Planet nomenclature cards are a must have.  We go a step further and include description cards.  But that's not all! There are nomenclature cards and description cards for thirteen planets, not just eight.  

What? Thirteen planets?  You must think we're crazy. I promise you we're not. This printable pack includes dwarf planets like Pluto and Eris too!

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Planet Syllable Counting Clip Cards

In case you haven't noticed syllable cards are one of my favorite things.  Why?  They help children with pronunciation and speech.  Not only do they recognize a word and a picture, but they also learn how to say everything correctly.  These are a must have when learning about the planets!

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Planet First Letter Sound Clip Cards

I love finding as many ways to practice letter sounds as possible.  This is why you often see first letter sound clip cards in my printable packs.  The planets printable pack is no exception!  Use clothespins, beads, stickers, stamps or whatever you choose.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Planets in the Solar System

There is something about making books that intrigues some children.  The problem is each child is at a different level when it comes to their ability to write.  Hence why we offer so many choices when creating a book about the planets in the solar system.  And if your students are ready, the blank templates are definitely a fun challenge!

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Planet Word Strips

Word strips seem to be all the rage lately as my kiddos seem more interested in learning how to spell things correctly.  

If printing out books is too much these are the perfect alternative.  Laminate them and they can be used over and over again by students. Those who aren't quite ready to write letters on their own can use the tracing cards instead.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Planets and Ordinal Numbers

A solar system printable pack would not be complete without an activity where children practice ordinal numbers as they understand the order of the planets in relation to the sun.

In our printable pack we go a step further and introduce the spelling of ordinal numbers as well.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Size Comparison of Planets

It's one thing to understand how close each planet is to the sun, but yet another to understand the relative size of each planet.  This activity helps you do just that.  

There is one planet on each sheet of paper measured to show the difference in size compared to others.  There is a colored set and a black and white outline set, just in case your students want to draw and color in their own planets.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Layers of the Planet and More Fun Facts!

Have you ever studied the layers of each planet?  It's absolutely fascinating and such a great introduction to chemistry for elementary students.  

Each planet has its own card.  You can create a book with them or leave them separate.  They can be used for a variety of activities, whether you're creating your own solar system using clay or play dough, or as posters for presentations.

These cards also have other fun facts on them that are so interesting to children and adults alike.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Planet Weather Cards

It's no secret that Bulldozer is obsessed with weather, hence planet weather cards. I must say, weather on the planets is so interesting to learn about. When compared to earth it's unbelievable.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Planet Moon Cards

Bulldozer is all about learning fun facts, which include how many moons surround each planet. Mind you these cards reflect the known moons in 2019.  But still, how crazy is it to think about having 79 moons in the sky?

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Sorting Moons by Planet

It's not enough to have just one moon activity in our printable pack.  In this activity students are introduced to the most well known moons through a choice of nomenclature cards and/or description cards.  

These cards can be sorted by planet or introduced with each planet as a learning activity.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Planets by Type Sorting Activity

In case you didn't know there are three types of planets in our solar system: terrestrial planets, gas giants, and dwarf planets.

In this activity students are able to sort planets by type using the cards provided.  (They include a control.)

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Terrestrial Planet Land Features

Terrestrial planets are those with soil and solid surfaces.  When learning about our world we make a point to learn about land and water forms.  Why not do the same for other planets?

In this activity students will learn about a variety of landforms among the planets.  They will also learn very specific vocabulary used to talk about other planets besides our own.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: The Planets by Gustav Holst

As mentioned before my kiddos love music.  I couldn't resist including this music to our shelves for the kids to listen to.  Dinomite has listened to it so many times.  He just loves it.

Another way to use this music is to have children draw each planet while listening to their section.  The music does such a great job setting the right atmosphere.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Asteroid, Comet, and Meteor Sort

It can be really hard to know if what you're seeing is an asteroid, comet or meteor.  This activity breaks these three terms down into the simplest form so your students know which is which.

When doing this activity I printed out two copies of the chart with text, cut one into pieces and had them place the boxes under the appropriate title.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: My Place in the Universe

This activity is so much fun!  On each circle a student draws a picture of the specific place mentioned.  Once finished the circles are put together one on top of the other from biggest to smallest to show where a child is in this universe.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Universe Vocabulary

There are so many new words that come up when studying about the solar system.  We've done our best to turn them into a vocabulary activity that the kids can enjoy.  We hope you think so too.  Print out two copies of each card.  Keep one set together.  Cut the other set up on the line between the pictures and words for an additional challenge.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Intro to Chemistry Cards

Dinomite is at that age where he's intrigued by the chemistry associated with the study of the solar system.  These cards are especially helpful for him so he understands what he's learning and reading.

Once again these cards come in nomenclature form and also picture and description cards.

Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack: Astronomy Outlines

Last but not least there are outlines that can be used with this unit and other astronomy units.  Whether you're practicing cutting skills, pin poking or whatever they work fabulously.

Now have I given you enough reasons to want the Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack?

I hope so, but if not I'm excited to share with you some other amazing news.

Now through Tuesday, March 19th you can purchase the Montessori-inspired Solar System Printable Pack as part of the NEW Montessori-inspired Astronomy Bundle for 75% OFF!

Montessori-inspired Astronomy Bundle

This bundle includes printable packs about the sun, moon, stars and the solar system.  That's over 400 pages of printables all dedicated to astronomy.  

Trust me when I say they're all fantastic and well worth it!
Montessori-inspired Stars Printable PackMontessori-inspired Sun Printable PackMontessori-inspired Moon Printable Pack

If that wasn't enough the Montessori-inspired Astronomy Bundle includes a bonus! Check out the Montessori-inspired Space Exploration Printable Pack.  

This pack includes nomenclature and description style cards about famous astronomers along with fabulous cards that include vehicles used on space and more!

Montessori-inspired Space Exploration Printable Pack

The Montessori-inspired Astronomy Bundle is so worth considering.  

Just think about it.  You're receiving over $60 in materials for only $14.99.

If you're thinking about purchasing this bundle, don't wait!  

Get your Montessori-inspired Astronomy Bundle today!


Happy astronomy studies!


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