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close-up of the flag illustrations from the Maps book

Flag Making: A Cultural Geography Activity for Kids

If you’re looking for a fun cultural geography activity and have a child who loves to draw and create, these free printable flag-making cards should be a huge hit! Don’t have time to download and print the flag cards right now? Be sure to pin the image below so you won’t forget. DISCLOSURE: THIS POST …

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ikea favorites: the most loved products in our montessori-inspired home and how we use them in our schoolroom, kitchen, and shared kids bedroom

IKEA Favorites: The Products Most Loved in Our Montessori-Inspired Home

It’s no secret that I love IKEA. Most of their products are usually affordable, simplistic in design, of good quality, and are often available in a neutral color scheme. When I purchase items I look not only to what purpose it may serve now but also whether it’s something that will be useful five years …

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A Montessori homeschool room for both primary and elementary students with a DIY corner desk.

IKEA HACK: Create a Corner Desktop for Kids Using Besta Shelves

If you’re looking for a space-saving corner desk that offers a TON of storage, look no further! Keep reading to find a complete step-by-step tutorial detailing how to easily build a corner desk using off-the-shelf BESTA units from IKEA. It’s been a couple weeks since we finished our corner desktop in the schoolroom, and I …

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