I adore snowmen, I actually collect them and get them all out during Christmas time. My daughter Ellie loves playing with them, so I made her her own build a snowman busy bag. It is really easy to put together and you can keep it in a plastic zipper bag afterwards to have for quit […]
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 were on a walk one beautiful fall afternoon, when my 4 year old daughter and I spotted some acorns. We don’t have trees with acorns near our house, so we spent the next 15 minutes or so picking up acorns and I began planning some activities in my head. She really enjoyed the acorn […]
It’s fall time here in the US and that means lots of fun fall activities are in store for us. My daughter Ellie has been looking forward to the trees changing colors and the leaves falling so she can jump in them. I decided to make some fall leaves cutting strips for her to practice […]
I have been on a Montessori 3-Part cards kick lately. We managed to snag a set of the Safari Toob Famous Architecture set and so I decided to make some 3-part cards to go along with them. I am also including the Famous Architecture Around the World 3-Part Cards Printable in this post, so keep […]
Ellie will be 4 years old this year and so I have been wanting to introduce her to more structured Montessori activities. This week we are working on letter L for our Letter of the Week theme and so I decided to make these leaf identification 3-part cards for our Montessori activity. I am including […]