Jamaica has some of the most beautiful animals – it was so much fun to choose a few to feature in our Montessori-Inspired matching cards this month. It’s amazing how much I learn as a parent as I prep these … Continue reading JAMAICA Unit Study: Fauna – Montessori 3-Part Matching Cards
Its hard sometimes to come up with activities that can be enjoyed by both a preschooler AND a toddler – many of my printables or crafts the toddler destroys or chews on, which adds a level of challenge with various … Continue reading Jamaica Unit Study: Leatherback Sea Turtle Sensory Nest
My inspiration for this fantastic activity was a similar activity that was posted on the Keepers of the Cheerios Blog on Facebook – I decided to make it more specific to Papilio homerus, or the Jamaican swallowtail, is the largest … Continue reading Jamaica Unit Study: Giant Swallowtail Butterfly Reflection Activity
Jamaica is a Caribbean island nation, with lush topography of mountains, rainforests and reef-lined beaches. Many of its all-inclusive resorts are clustered in Montego Bay, with its British-colonial architecture, and Negril, known for its diving and snorkeling sites. Jamaica is … Continue reading Jamaica Unit Study: Interactive Foam Map [Geography]
Part of the fun of studying another country is not only what it is like now, but it’s history. As part of our Jamaica unit study, I wanted to do an activity that honored the indigenous people of the Caribbean, … Continue reading Jamaica Unit Study: Taíno Natives – Traditional House & Paper People
JAMAICA is our country for the month of May and what a fun country! My husband and I visited Jamaica in 2013, and fell in love with the culture and the people. I remember one gentleman told us, “We don’t … Continue reading #TravelingThroughLearning – JAMAICA Unit!