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Thanks to Karen Briguglio for creating and contributing these Europe three part cards to Homeschool Share.
Benefits of Using the Europe Three Part Cards
Three part cards are a Montessori method used to let children manipulate materials in order to grasp the information on the cards.
Three part cards are great for introducing new vocabulary at the beginning of a new unit of study.
They can also be used for matching, reading, spelling, and writing activities.
Vocabulary Included in This Europe Three Part Cards Set
This set of Europe three part cards includes the following words and images:
- Leaning Tower of Pisa
- Gondolas in Venice
- The Colosseum
- Tulips and Windmill
- Eiffel Tower
- Big Ben
- Canal in Venice
- Tower Bridge
- St. Basil’s Cathedral
How to Use the Europe Three Part Cards
Print the Europe a three part cards on cardstock. Cut out cards. One card will be cut apart on the dotted lines.
The card with the name attached is the control card. Teach the child using the control cards.
Lesson one: Say, “This is the Eiffel Tower (and point to it); this is Big Ben” (and point).
Lesson two: Say, “Can you show me the Eiffel Tower? Can you show me Big Ben?”
Lesson three: Say, “What is this called (point to the Eiffel Tower)?” “What is this called (point to Big Ben)?” Start by laying out a few cards, then increase as child learns more.
Eventually, the child should be able to match all the cut cards. After the child is done, he checks his work with the control cards.
Additionally, a child can take alphabet manipulatives such as letter tiles or alphabet magnets and spell the words on the cards and check his work with the controls. Your student could also stamp the words on the cards with alphabet stamps.
Download Your Free Set of Europe Three Part Cards
Simply click on the image below to grab your free set of Europe Three Part Cards.
More Resources for Learning About Europe
If you are looking for more resources for Europe, you’re in the right place. We have oodles, but I’ll just recommend a few that will take you to France, England, and Spain: