I have been looking for ways to add Bible into our Letter of the Week Montessori inspired tot-school for this year. If you are looking for something to go along with your letter of the week theme, then today’s free printable will be a great help. Letter of the Week Bible Verses for Kids I […]
Children learn by doing. Encouraging independence, really does take one activity at a time. Here are some hands-on activities to get you started!
We’ve been celebrating the upcoming 4th of July holiday with all kinds of Independence Day themed hands-on activities. Today we made some Red, White, and Blue homemade play dough with our easy scented no-cook play dough recipe. Ingredients for Red, White, and Blue Homemade Play Dough Recipe 1 cup of all-purpose white flour 1/4 cup […]
Are you looking for a super easy and fun sensory play activity for Independence Day? Look no farther than this 4th of July Discovery bottle that you can create with your kids! A great way to work on some fine motor and sensory activities with a fun theme. 4th of July Discovery Bottle Items To create […]
While researching Montessori education, you have probably come across different versions or directions for including the Montessori Silence Game in a classroom or home setting. Listening is also a great sensory activity that does not require a lot of set up. One of the best ways to practice being still and quiet is outside, listening […]
Flowers are everywhere this spring. I love the newness spring brings and this year my kids have been in love with the beautiful flowers popping up all over the place. It’s a great time of year to share 25 Flowers Hands-On Activities for Kids. 25 Flowers Hands-On Activities for Kids Flowers are great for sensory stimulation […]