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The first lessons center around how people have
developed a culture because of the place where they
live. How and why are the clothes, house, food, and
transportation of a group of people living north
 of the arctic circle different from those of a 
group of people living near the equator? 

This gives a healthy, non-judgemental, 
non-ethnocentric, non-nationalistic,
basic of exploration of peoples of the world. 

  The seeds of the study of history given through
experiences, such as ethnic foods and music,
and through objects, pictures and books.

 Later children will use these impressions taken
in during this time of the "absorbent mind,"
the age when they literally become all of the
impressions taken in from the environment,
to make sense of the history of the world.

Angels graphics
Pinegreenwoods Montessori
Montessori Inspired (3-6)