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(Above) A lower-elementary student at work with the Time Line of Life on the Earth. The children also study the emergence of the first civilizations and the universal needs common to all humanity. For older elementary students, the focus is respectively on early humans, ancient civilizations, and early-American history (in the USA).

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The Teaching Clock (above) Before a child can begin to understand history, she needs to begin to grasp the concept of time. The child pictured above is learning to tell time, along with the other concepts of the passage of time, such as: How long is a minute, an hour, a day, a year? How old are the people that I know? ©Tomorrow’s Child Magazine Montessori 101: Special Issue • www.montessori.org

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Montessori 101 and Guided Tour of Montessori Classroom  

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Montessori 101 and Guided Tour of Montessori Classroom  

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