Earth Globe Toys Montessori Earth Globe Plastic and Wood Material Learn to Know World Children Early Learning Teaching Aids (Multicolor)


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  • Educational purposes: 1. Understand the basic terrain that constitutes the earth – land and water, and know and use the globe. 2. Initially understand Zhouheyang and prepare for the next step in geography. 3. Develop children”s understanding of the three-dimensional space.
  • 1. The teacher placed three bottles of soil, water and air in front of the child. (1) Teacher: Children, what do you say in these bottles? There are soil, water and air in these three bottles. (2) Teacher: Today we will observe the globe. 2. Know the globe. (1) Discuss the meaning of the word “earth”. (2) Teacher: We see that both land and water are just outside the earth, and what we see every day is only a small part of the earth. So how can we see the whole earth?
  • (3) Division: We can drive around it, and we can fly around it by plane, so that we can see more parts of the earth. But still can”t see the whole earth. The earth is too big. In reality, we cannot see its full picture. (5) Put the globe in front of the child. Teacher: If I want to see the whole earth at a time, I can reduce it according to its appearance and make it into a model so that I can see it all. ”
  • The teacher pointed at the globe: this is called a globe. It is not a real earth, but a model of the earth. When we turn the globe, we can see the various parts of the earth. ” (6) Teacher: Do you know what these blue areas represent on the globe? (The teacher uses the water in the blue bottle as a reminder to guide the child.) Teacher: “The blue area on the globe represents water.” (7) Teacher: What do you mean by these brown areas on the globe? (guided by a brown bottle filled with soil)
  • Teacher: The brown area represents the land on the globe. (8) Teacher: Although we can”t see it, the earth is surrounded by air. ” (with an empty white bottle as a reminder.) (9) Division: There is a vast land on the earth. We give each land a name—the continent. Ask the children to point out a continent. (10) Division: A large area of ​​water is called ”foreign”. (11) Give the children a label of “globe”, “conti-nent” and “ocean” to match them.

Details :

  • Color: Multicolor
  • Material: Wood
  • Map Type: World Map

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