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This is an annual international day on Mandela’s birthday, on 18 July, adopted by the United Nations. Individuals, communities and organisations are asked to donate 67 minutes to doing something for others, commemorating the 67 years that he gave to the struggle for social justice. Why not join this celebration of Peace by finding an activity to donate 67 minutes to others…and then share it by posting it on this page ?
Children can also learn more about Mandela when presented with these Free MontessoriHelper “Mandela Day” Printables.
It’s our way of promoting the Montessori Philosophy of Peace Education.

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Feel free to Share below what you did to donate 67 minutes to doing something for others…

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Size: Each Page is A4 in size and has two nomenclatures per page

Number of Pages : 30

Age : 3 to 9

Instructions for use :

  • Download the Montessori Nomenclature PDF file from your MemberZone to your PC and then print it out.
  • Once you have printed the Montessori Nomenclature Cards, then cut them along the perforated lines.
  • For each page you will have cut out one card that has the description included in it and one card without the description.
  • You will also cut out the separate description tag, which is used for sequential matching.

Montessori Resources and References to learn about Nelson Mandela

Mandela’s life’s work has been celebrated for decades and has brought hope to people and countries around the world with the hope of peace and reconciliation. While he has receded from public view over the past few years, this hasn’t stopped people from paying tribute and celebrating his life as an icon of our modern times.

The Montessori Materials above will take one on a journey through his life and the cornerstones of his philosophy.

In 2008, a social media movement was created to create a Nelson Mandela International Day on July 18 to honor his life and celebrate his work. The mission of the day is fairly unique. It asks participants to work for 67 minutes to support a charity.

The Mandela Day campaign message is simple: Mr Mandela gave 67 years of his life fighting for the rights of humanity. All we are asking is that everyone gives 67 minutes of their time, whether it’s supporting your chosen charity or serving your local community.

Mandela Day is a call to action for individuals – for people everywhere – to take responsibility for changing the world into a better place, one small step at a time, just as Mr Mandela did.

In 2009, the day was officially adopted by the United Nations.

If you are considering covering Mandela for a Montessori lesson or presentation, here are some resources to save you research time.

For quotes by Nelson Mandela to use in articles and tweets, see Nelson Mandela – Wikiquote and Nelson Mandela Quotes – BrainyQuote.

For videos, Search – C-SPAN Video Library for Nelson Mandela videos and interviews and YouTube search, though many of these are tributes. Look for interviews, speeches, talks, and presentations to narrow the search.

Biographies of Nelson Mandela for Montessori

News Stories and Editorials on Nelson Mandela for Montessori

Interviews, Speeches, and Documentaries with Nelson Mandela for Montessori

Nelson Mandela Organizations, Foundations, Museums, and Archives

The social web is alive with concerns of the world towards this iconic humanitarian and honouring his recent passing. It also says something about the man and his impact on that world, that so many would care to Tweet, blog, report, and Facebook about someone they’ve never met and yet were touched by his legacy.

  5 Responses to “LessonIdea => Free Mandela Montessori Materials”

  1. Please do let me know when I can access the Classified Cards ordered and
    paid below. I am so excited to get planning with this topic.
    Last year our children made vegetable soup and on their way home gave a cup
    of soup away to a person they thought could really use the food.

    Thank you and kind regards

  2. Nelson Mandela remains my hero . A very selfless and patriotic leader who stands for justice . He has great love for humanity ,in general. May all leaders read about him and emulate his sterling qualities .

  3. Mandela is indeed an icon and am happy things are done to celebrate him.

  4. Well informed,lot of views a good compilation of different sides of Mandela

  5. I really appreciate this great opportunity to view this information about Mandela.

    he Forever Lives

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