Illustrated Botany for Children - Fruits
See the complete set for a full description of Illustrated Botany for Children, a Montessori-style botany nomenclature. The fruits section includes files for printing nine booklets and matching cards, nine pages of wall charts (summary charts with the images and labels), and one blank diagram for the parts of a fruit.
The titles of the booklets in this section are: Parts of a Fruit; Dry and Fleshy Fruits; Simple, Aggregate, and Multiple Fruits; Kinds of Dry Fruits; Dry Fruits that Split; Dry Fruits that Stay Closed; Kinds of Simple Fleshy Fruits; Accessory Structures in Fruits; and Seedless Fruits.
For lessons that use this learning material and information for integrating it into biology study, see Life Science Lessons for the Montessori Elementary Classroom by Cynthia Brunold-Conesa. https://georgeconesa.wixsite.com/lifesciencemont and email@example.com