Parts of the flower Montessori Nomenclature 3 part cards to teach the parts of the flower. A definition booklet is also included as well as an interactive Boom card quiz to assess whether children can name the parts of a flower.
**Boom Cards **
It is a challenging multiple choice based on the Montessori nomenclature cards. Each card highlights the part that must be named and offers a choice of five names to select from.
Directions for use:
Presentation 1 – Matching
- Place the labelled set at the top of a mat, starting with the full colour picture.
- Briefly discuss each card as you place them down.
- Ask the child to match the unlabelled set of pictures to the corresponding labelled set.
- Then match the first label to the corresponding picture.
- Show the child how to move along from left to right until you find the corresponding card.
- Invite the child to match the remaining labels to their corresponding cards.
Presentation 2 – The 3-Period Lesson
- Use 3 unlabelled pictures, 1 known and 2 unknown (the known picture will always be the natural colour picture)
- This is presented in a 3 period lesson
- Briefly discuss and name in the first period - remembering to isolate. Ask the child to repeat each word.
- In the second period ask the child to, “Show me…”. After the child has identified them correctly, shuffle the cards around and repeat the process as many times as necessary. Spend a great deal of time in this period.
- In the third period isolate each card before the child each time asking the child, “What is this?”
- Consolidate by reminding the child of the lesson learned.
Presentation 3 – The Reading Child
- Place the unlabelled set of pictures at the top of the mat.
- Read the first label and match it to its corresponding picture.
- Invite the child to read the remaining labels and match them to their corresponding pictures.
- Once the child has matched all the labels to the pictures use the labelled set as a control of error by placing them under their corresponding picture (the child can help you match them).
- Allow children to copy the cards and label them.
- They can then cut them out to make a booklet.
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