Toddler Schedule - That Make Your Day Go Smoothly | Every Day Above Dirt is a Good Day
In order for toddlers to feel safe they need structure in their day. A realistic toddler schedule and routines will help them get structure and sanity.
Shape Sorting Activity: Go Beyond Memorizing - Busy Toddler
Is your toddler or preschooler learning their shapes? Take it to the next level with this simple shape sorting math activity from Busy Toddler.
Rubber loom bands in a discovery bottle
Discovery bottles will bring wonder into your classroom! Last week I shared with you how we used rubber loom bands to make our own musical instruments. Well, I collected way more loom bands than I needed for that particular process so while home on spring break, my grandson and I came up with a way to
Toilet Learning — How to Potty Train Your Toddler the Montessori Way
Toilet training is actually something I kind of enjoyed when I was a toddler teacher -- I know, I know, it's strange. There's just something about guiding teeny tiny people on their journey to independence that is so satisfying! I toilet trained close to 100 children during my teaching years, plus one so far here at…
DIY Felt Christmas Tree
Looking for something to keep your toddler busy during the holiday's... this DIY Felt Christmas Tree will do the trick! The holiday's can be a hectic time for everyone. You may need a few minutes
Playful Playdough Activities! - How Wee Learn
Exploring, creating, and discovering is how we learn! Focusing on creative learning activities for kids!
Tactile Sensory Play with Texture Balloons
These tactile sensory texture balloons are a great way for sensory avoiders to experience textures without touching them directly.
Milk box - # to # Box # milk # recovery - # to # box - Arthur - Baby Stuff and Crafts
Milk box – to # box # #milk #recuperation – to # #boite – Arthur –
Quiet book, Christmas gift, Toddler Quiet book, Christmas Presents, baby busy book, xmas book felt, mini quiet book
Merry Christmas, Quiet book, Christmas gift, Toddler Quiet book, Christmas Presents, baby busy book, xmas book felt, Christmas Ornaments, Quiet book for boy, Quiet book for girl, Montessori toys, soft book for baby, personalised christmas gift, book for 1 year old, mini quiet book. Made to order.
Physical Health and well being - baby ideas
Physical Health and well being This activity is great for drop offs and pick ups. It gets the infant involved in and quick easy activity to help them settle into the classroom and get the day started. PW24: The young infant grasps a variety of objects for eating and playing in his/her environment, with and...
How to Start Montessori Homeschooling: Part 1 in a Series About How to Teach Your Child at Home
We are in week two of Montessori Homeschooling! It’s the beginning of what will surely be an amazing journey. As I’m just getting started, all of the preparation is fresh in my mind. I …
40+ Baby Activities: Fun & Easy Play Ideas - Busy Toddler
A collection of 40+ fun and easy baby activities for ages 6-15 months. Your baby will love these activities and you'll love how simple they are to set up.
Touch & Feel Colour Cards - Teach Me Mommy
In a non-planned Touch & Feel series, these touch & feel colour cards idea is the final post. And how fabulous are they? We have Shapes, Counting and Letters Touch and Feel cards, and now we have colours as well! These cards are great for kids from toddler age and up. My 7 year old sensory seeker still loves to …
What makes an activity 'Montessori'? [Infographic] | Racheous
What makes an activity ‘Montessori’? What is the difference between a Montessori activity and any other kids activity? I’ve seen this question and variations of it often recently. While I’m no expert, I created this infographic to concisely share the elements of a Montessori activity that set it apart. These are the aspects that I […]
Sensory Bottles for Little Ones - Plain Vanilla Mom
My little guy LOVES his sensory bottles. I started making them for him one day when I realized how much he was enjoying playing with my half-full water bottle. Sensory bottles don’t need to be anything complicated. His current favorite is this one filled with water, small balloons, and pony beads. At six months we …