b'Rocks, Fossils & Shellswith Matching CardsThese intriguing sets provide various activities so children can progress through the activities (naming, matching, reading, and sorting) at their own pace. Detailed information about each rock, fossil, or shell is included on the reverse of each card and will provide a jumping off point for further research. Coated cardstock cards are 4" x 5". Color, size, and type of specimens vary. From Miss Rhondas Readers. For Primary and Early Elementary children, ages 39.Rocks with Matching CardsA dozen reasons to get excited about geology! Twelve rock specimens come with matching photo cards, labels, and category cards (sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous). Teach the names of the rocks: obsidian, marble, quartzitethen match each specimen to its photo card. Read the names and then match the labels Basket & rugto each rock. Finally, sort each rock by its category. sold separately. Information about the specimen is on the back of each card, along with a photo of where each can be found (e.g., the White Cliffs of Dover). 12 double-sided photos cards and labels, 3 category cards. Rocks range Back of photo card Category card from 1"5".!EM203 (shown left)$45.00Back of photo cardShell Assortment in Basket A bounty from the sea! Children can examine, sort, and research to identify the shells in this collection. Shells are ecologically collected as by-products from the food and fishing industry. As they are of natural origin, each collectionCategory cardsvaries. Shells vary in type and size and may have natural blemishes. Set comes in an 8" natural basket. Items may vary. Ages 3+.!SC918$9.99Back of photo cardsShells with Matching Cards Fossils with Matching CardsChildren will be instantly drawn to this beautiful set.A beautiful set of 8 fossils with matching Matching photo cards accompany the 16 shells. Firstphoto cards! Ranging in size from 1"4", teach the names of the shells: knobbed whelk, greenthese fossils were chosen to give children limpet, calico scallopThen proceed through thespecimens as large as practical to examine. activities one at a time: match each specimen to itsFirst teach the names of the fossils: turritella photo card, read the names, and match the labels toagate, orthoceras, ammoniteThen, match each shell. Next, shells can be sorted into categories:each fossil to its photo card. The next activity gastropods and bivalves. 16 double-sided cards andis matching the name labels to the specimens. NEW!SeashellsMore Than a Home labels; 2 category cards. On the reverse of each photoOn the reverse of each card is an illustration This beautifully illustrated book explores the manycard is a photo taken in the wild and text about theof what the living fossil looked like so many different jobs of seashells, from serving as homes andlive animal. Ecologically harvested shells range fromyears ago and information about the fossil. 8 providing locomotion to acting as armor or camouflage.1"6". From Miss Rhonda\'s Readers.! cards and 8 labels. Fossils can also be used Learn about the five largest groups of mollusks andSC920$45.00 with the Timeline of Life (EM824 or EM825, p. interesting facts about 13 individual shells. Paperback,88). From Miss Rhonda\'s Readers.!32 pages. Ages 6+.! WARNING: CHOKING HAZARDSC957$45.00SC917$7.99 Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.MontessoriServices.com877-975-3003 Elementary - Geology91'