A fun addition to pretend play shopping for toddlers. Here are 2 variations you can do with this activity. Shop the items from list A fun little activity to collect items on list to go along with our pretend shoppings. Scatter the items in different areas of house for them to find if you want to make this activity last longer 😁 Count and shop A … Continue reading Visual shopping list
This is one aspect of Montessori that is always hard to digest since it’s so different from traditional parenting. Does the child always know better? They only have two three or four years experience on this earth after all! This is why we can’t imagine them as our equals yet and will surely interfere in their work. Children are not refined humans yet, they are … Continue reading When the child knows better..
We drew an outline of Vincent Van Gohs starry night then cut out little strips of scrap paper and glued them on to create this art work. I have to warn you, this little activity can take few days to complete with little ones who most likely are not willing to do the same gluing and pasting for every inch of this art work. My … Continue reading Starry Night – Cut and paste art
Thanks to the one hour daylight savings time change that happened this past weekend, all our bedtimes and sleep routines went haywire. This one hour change that happens twice a year probably has the most impact on babies and toddlers (and poor parents). I thought this would be the perfect time to introduce “seasons” to little one and help her understand the four seasons and … Continue reading Four Seasons Activity
Baby K is 21 months now, and it’s such a delight to see her recognize alphabets and numbers. Now she starts pointing at alphabets she recognize on number plates, name boards, books and what not. I love seeing that twinkle in her eyes when she is able to recognize them, its like she is finally starting to make sense of the world. She started showing … Continue reading Simple alphabet recognition activities for toddlers