Friday, June 10, 2011

Free Friday!!!: Leaves

So we all know in reality nothing is free.  But it is my goal to share something every Friday that you can either get for free or do/print at a minimal cost.  When possible these will be my own creations. Let's face it though,  I am not fast enough to create a kit a week so when I do not have something of my own I will find something of equal quality(in my opinion) to that which I would create and share a link to it!  To start off this I am going to come in with a bang  sharing my best work yet!!!!

It is an Upper Elementary Unit on Leaves in the Montessori system.  Including Wall Charts, Booklet, and 3-4-part cards. While I call this Upper Elementary many people would view the information in this set to be high school or even collegiate in nature.  It consist of 3 sections: Leaf Shapes, Leaf Margins, and Leaf Vein structure.  Students should have at least a basic understanding of the parts of the leaf before using this kit.


 Or you can down load it directly from here. 


  1. Wow! You did some amazing work, Kelli! Thanks so much for sharing it! I just featured your post at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page at

  2. These are wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing them. (Sorry for posting anonymously. It wouldn't let me leave any id!). My name is Vanessa and I'm a new follower.

  3. @ Deb Thanks for sharing it! I believe quality is important even when free. After all we are growing the minds of little bodies not little minds. I hope your many followers enjoy it!

  4. Great material I would love to use in my class, but I do not have facebook and it seems to me this is the only way to download your material.

  5. Susanne,

    So sorry I have abandoned my blog. I use Scribed to store my free documents because it is free. When I created this post you could click the download button on the scribed file. Is this not the case anymore?

  6. Hi Kelli,
    This is an amazing resource! I would love to feature it on my site , but I can really only feature items that don't require memberships to download and scribd does. Is there any way you can offer this printable for free. It really seems amazing, and I would love to feature it! Also, I apologize for not emailing, I wasn't able to locate an email address. :)
    Thanks so much!
    Chrissy @ TeachLearnImagine

  7. Hi Chrissy,

    I am glad you like it and honored you want to feature it. When I first wrote this you did not have to have an account to use Scribd. I have added a link for directly downloading it above.