11 - FIRST DAILY CALENDAR TIME LINE

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11 - First Daily Calendar.jpg

11 - FIRST DAILY CALENDAR TIME LINE

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After you print out this file, assemble the pages for immediate classroom use into a time line strip of any month you may wish to represent in your First Daily Calendar.  There are eleven pages that the teacher or an older student can simply tape or glue together in sequential order to form a time line of one month.  Use the cut-outs from any old calendar, so that each day a new child can take his turn at pasting or taping the printed number of the day of the month.  An older child or the teacher may write the name of the week underneath.  The First Daily Calendar was designed by Dr. Montessori as a sensorial representation of the passing of each day stretched on a horizontal time line for one month.  It gives young children of the Preschool and Junior Elementary level a concrete representation of the sequence of the days of the weeks and of the months with the concept of day as a unit of time. Printed shaded lines under each day of the calendar indicate where the children can write a short statement, such as: “Today is Friday” or “Tomorrow there will be no school.” 

 

The Montessori Pedagogical Notes published on the Montessori Files website are available for purchase by anyone. They are intended for exclusive use by the person who purchased them. These instructional notes are based on Dr. Montessori’s Method of education and have been elaborated by Franco Albanesi, A.M.I. subsequent to many years of study and practical classroom application. These notes are copyrighted property of Mr. Albanesi, all rights reserved.  In agreement with international copyright law, the buyer acknowledges and understands that such notes may not be duplicated and released to other people without written permission from the author. 

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