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Five Pumpkin-Themed Montessori PDFs from Montessori Print Shop

Five Pumpkin-Themed Montessori PDFs from Montessori Print Shop

Five Pumpkin-Themed Montessori PDFs from Montessori Print Shop!

1. Pumpkin Nomenclature Cards (2.40): Pumpkin Nomenclature Cards are formatted in a 3-part card series with black-line master included. The 9 parts of the pumpkin are: pumpkin, stem, tendril, leaves, pulp, blossom end, seeds, rind, and fibrous strands.

9 cards with labels
9 cards without labels
9 labels
1 black-line master

2. Pumpkin Nomenclature Book (2.40): Pumpkin Nomenclature Book illustrates and describes 9 parts of the pumpkin: pumpkin, stem, tendril, leaves, pulp, blossom end, seeds, rind, and fibrous strands.

book cover
9 picture cards
9 description cards

3. Pumpkin Life Cycle Cards and Charts (2.50): Pumpkin Life Cycle Cards are formatted in a 3-part card series with black-line master included. Includes photographic pictures: seed to pumpkin, seeds, sprout, vines, flower, green pumpkin, orange pumpkin, and rotting pumpkin.

8 cards with labels
8 cards without labels
8 labels
black-line master pictures
1 color control chart
1 black-line master control chart
1 blank chart

4. Pumpkin Life Cycle Book (2.40): Pumpkin Life Cycle Book illustrates and describes the pumpkin life cycle in photographic pictures: seeds, sprout, vines, flower, green pumpkin, orange pumpkin, and rotting pumpkin.

book cover
7 photographic picture cards
7 description cards

5. Halloween Cutting Strips (1.15): Children love cutting paper! But learning to manipulate scissors takes a lot of practice. Cutting 'snippets' is easier for a child who is just beginning to use scissors. These strips have both cutting lines and fun images that the children will enjoy. And this files makes it quick and simple for you to prepare lots of strips quickly and easily.

This file includes: 1 page (8½ x 11) with 10 different cutting strips

Simply print multiple pages, use a paper cutter (or scissors) to cut multiple sheets in to strips, and you're done! The cutting lines that the children follow are already printed for you.

When the paper snippets have been cut, they can be used in your arts and crafts area for art work.

Enjoy! ~Lisa Nolan

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