What are the top 20 World Landmarks? I’ve selected a number of famous buildings from around the world and created a set of Montessori 3-Part Cards.
When we start back to school, we will be jump back in with some important geography facts… the largest countries, the countries with the largest population, the world’s largest cities… and more. We’ll also go over some of the impressive buildings of the world.
I made this set of Montessori 3-Part cards of some of the famous world landmarks to go along with our mini-unit. These cards are free to download! We are going over some basic world facts and I made these cards to help the kids (particularly my youngest, ED) learn the names of these famous buildings. There are no U.S. landmark cards in this set because I made another set of Montessori cards some time back that highlight some famous US symbols and landmarks (which are also free here on the blog). The cards in this set include:
- Machu Picchu
- Sydney Opera House
- Taj Mahal
- Great Wall of China
- Chichén Itzá
- Hagia Sophia
- Palace of Versailles
- and more… There are 22 cards total.
You can download these by clicking the link or photo below. I’d love to hear from you if you found these useful! ~Liesl
Your kids might also enjoy the Safari Around the World Toob (affiliate link) which includes the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Eiffel Tower, Taj Mahal, Arch of Triumph, Statue of Liberty, Temple of Inscriptions, Pyramids of Giza, Empire State Building, Big Ben, and the Parthenon. Some, but not all of these are included in our free set of landmark cards.
The Safari World Landmarks Toob (affiliate link) includes Mount Rushmore, Great Wall of China, Stonehenge, Buddha of Lantau, Easter Island, Sphinx and Colosseum.
You might also be interested in the World Fact Packet that I made for the kids. This packet is $6.99. You can find out more information at this post: World Facts Packet or you can purchase this by clicking on the link below:
World Facts Packet – (70+ pages) Do your kids know the 4 largest countries? Which countries have the most people? The longest river? the largest cities? the most well-known world landmarks? This packet covers basic world and U.S. facts. We often started out the semester with a review of this material. ?
The second part of the World Facts Packet covers geography land form & geographic feature terms from lakes, islands and peninsulas to the difference between bays, gulfs and sounds or between deltas & estuaries. Students will also study the deserts of the world. Plus, it also includes a brief study of topographic maps. Quick Preview for the World Facts Packet
We also have a packet I made for the Civics and Government Unit that we did last spring which includes worksheets on the 3 branches of government, the structure of state governments, the presidential cabinet, how taxes work and also a set of civics review cards (which include questions about government and history like: What are the first 10 amendments called? Why was the Declaration of Independence written? etc). Find out more here: Civics and Government Unit
- U.S. Landmarks and Symbols: Free Montessori 3-Part Cards
- World Biomes Pin Map — This is perfect when you are studying the biomes — savannah, grasslands, tundra, deserts, etc.:
I made the “Famous Rocks” Montessori cards to go along with our Rocks and Minerals unit a couple of years ago. The Rocks and Minerals packet is also free. 🙂
- Various Free Montessori 3-Part Cards: This post has links to a number of the other free Montessori resources and printables we have. 🙂