A Introduction to the Biomes with Curriculum-Elementary
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Our new, updated introductory curriculum guide to biome study begins with the concept of a biome by looking at its parts: the energy from the sun, the water, the soil, the air, the plants and the animals. Each part is explored with nomenclature, hands-on activities, movement, drama and art.
Also included, the Biomes of the World Cards provide a first lesson on the eight different biomes that are used throughout the Biome materials: Temperate Forest, Tropical Forest, Wetlands, Grasslands, Mountains, Deserts and Polar Regions. The categories chosen are generalized for young children. (6 to 12 years)
The masters are available to download by clicking the links below.
World According to Biomes Masters
Elementary Introduction to the Biomes Package with Curriculum Guide includes:
- The curriculum guide and three-part language cards for: parts of the biome, climate zones, parts and layers of the soil, carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle, parts of a plant and parts of the animal for the five classes of vertebrates.
- Masters to make booklets for children to label and color
- Masters for additional teacher-made materials.
- Biomes of the World three-part cards.
- Biome question & answers
- Animal adaptation game
The new Curriculum comes in at 200 pages (three times as big as the previous version). We have included more lessons and restructured the order of presentation to integrate the Montessori Cultural Curriculum.
That begins with the beginning : the birth of the Universe.
Incorporates cosmic education and the exploration of Earth in the context of our solar system.
Introduces life on our planets and the elements that support it
Brings in the concept of biomes as a context for exploring life on our planet.
Explores continents through their biomes and inhabitants (animals and people).
If you have already purchased the Introduction to Biomes set, we encourage you to purchase the new curriculum guide as an update.