Montessori Grammar Farm

Gabe and Ethan have both been wanting to use our Grammar Farm for a while, I finally got around to putting it out and introducing the grammar farm and all the parts. My first step with the grammar farm was mainly for introduction, so I could be sure they were familiar with the names of everything. I am planning on having them use Montessori Cards to match the animals and farm equipment up to next.
Not only was it a wonderful way to practice vocabulary, it was also a great lesson on learning to take turns as well 🙂
Shoveling the dirt into the back of the tractor, and Gabe saying “please”
Here is a close up of the little rows of growing vegetable. The kids loved to take the vegetables out and put them back into the “ground.”
The grammar farm has been much loved by the boys so far, I hope the rest of the kids enjoy doing grammar with it just as much!

We will be using the Montessori Grammar Farm Cards from Montessori Print Shop with our Grammar Farm.
I purchased the farm set from Discount School Supply using a 20% off coupon (link below) due to the fact it was the best deal on a farm set I could find.
What Did We Do All Day, has a beautiful farm set up, stop be and check it out, she also has a couple new lessons using the Grammar Farm for ideas on how to start!
Don’t forget to stop by and check out the blogs I’m linked up with for other ideas for your kiddos.

Comments

  1. This is such a great idea. Thanks so much for sharing at Whimsy Wednesdays.

  2. I’ve never heard of the Grammer Farm. What a great concept! I’m going to check out your links to learn more! Thanks for sharing!

  3. What an attractive farm set! Thanks so much for sharing the link to my grammar farm post! I featured your post at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page and pinned it to my Farm Unit Study board at http://pinterest.com/debchitwood/farm-unit-study/

    • Deb
      Thanks so much for sharing our grammar farm, and for pinning!! I am in the process of adding a couple things to it to make it more attractive, since we will be getting lots of use out of it this summer. Thanks for stopping by, have a great week!

      Nicole

  4. This is so much fun! Wish my kids were a bit smaller to partake but I’ll remember this for other mommy’s with younder kids!
    thanks for sharing at tip toe thru tuesday!
    Kim

  5. Hi Nicole. I found you thru the Crew. I am a newbie this year too. I read your intro and wanted to connect. I do not blog much about it, but I also have RA. I was just recently diagnosed. I just wanted to say, glad I found you and am now following. Have a blessed day!

    • I am so glad you found my blog through the Crew, I am excited to meet new members and connect with them! I’m so sorry you suffer from RA as well, it is such a struggle some days, but it’s nice to meet other RA bloggers as well! I have stopped over to your blog and and now a follower of you as well. Have a wonderful week!!

      Nicole

  6. Fellow Crew Mate following. 🙂 Welcome aboard!

  7. What a great way to learn! Thanks for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

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