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 Introduction Three Period Lesson Memory Games Visual Sense Cylinder Blocks Pink Tower Brown Stairs Red Rods Color Tablets Geometric Cabinet Constructive Triangles Rectangular Triangles Blue Rectangular Box Triangular Box Large Hexagonal Box Small Hexagonal Box Geometrical Figures Sensorial Decanomial Knobless Cylinders Binomial Cube Trinomial Cube Leaf Cabinet Tactile Sense Sensitizing Fingertips Touch Boards Touch Tablets Fabrics Baric Sense Baric Tablets Thermic Sense Thermic Bottles Thermic Tablets Auditory Sense Sound Boxes Bells Olfactory Sense Smelling Jars Gustatory Sense Tasting Bottles Stereognostic Sense Geometric Solids Sorting Trays Mystery Bag Sandpaper Globe Painted Globe Puzzle Maps The World The Continents The Country
 Painted Globe Materials - A small world globe identical in size to the Sandpaper Globe. - The continents are painted in various colors and the oceans are all painted blue. - The Sandpaper Globe Video This Montessori Video shows how to present a child with the piainted globe. Presentation Introduction Invite the child to come and work with you. Bring him over to the globes and point to the painted globe. Give the child the name of the material. Tell the child that we will be bringing over the painted globe and the sandpaper globe. Have the child carry the painted globe to the table and have him place it in the center of the table. Then have him bring over the sandpaper globe and place it to the right of the painted globe. Then have the child sit to your left. Procedure - Review the language for the sandpaper globe. - Compare the two globes with the child. - Move the sandpaper globe off to the right of the table and concentrate on the painted globe. - Isolate one of the continents using both hands. - Tell the child, “A large area of land is called a “CONTENENT”. - Isolate a part of the water and tell the child, “A large area of water is called an“OCEAN”. - Trace one of the continents (the one you had been isolating). - Ask the child, “Can you find another continent?” - Do a Three-Period lesson for “continent” and “ocean”. Language Continent and Ocean Purpose Direct Visual recognition of continents and oceans. To see the relationship of the continents and oceans of the world. Indirect Preparation for the World Puzzle Map. Control of Error None Age 3 1/2 – 4 years Questions, Comments ? Share your experiences in the Forum Send Lesson to a Friend:

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