Fine Motor Work Station or Centre Activity
Creating patterns, swirls or zig-zags with buttons, children will have so much fun playing with this fine motor work station or learning centre activity. Children enjoy hands-on activities and the bright colours and buttons are so engaging and motivating for children.
Learning Shapes With Toy Cars
The manipulative for this weeks #ToolsForLearning is small toys. I couldn't resist making a play activity based on Adam's favourite small toy of all time - the toy car! As we have very few shape adventures I decided to create a Learning Shapes With Toy Cars activity.
Weather Bath Activity for Little Kids
Help toddler and preschool kids explore weather with this fun themed bath with several fun weather experiments for them to explore. Weather Bath Activity for Little Kids Kids of all ages are curious about the weather. They wonder why it rains, they fear tornados, and they climb in bed with Mom when it rains. Here […]
Matching Colors When You Only Have A Minute - Liz's Early Learning Spot
This matching colors clip it wheel is a super fast way for your kids to practice matching colors. It's free, so you can download it now!
Summer Math That's Perfect for a Preschool Ice Cream Theme
Hands on summer math that is just perfect for a kindergarten or preschool ice cream theme. Great for working on fine motor skills and counting with kids.
Preschool Letter Recognition Activities - Planning Playtime
Prepare your child for Kindergarten with these awesome Preschool Letter Recognition Activities you can do at home for with stuff around the house.
The Best Montessori Printables | Racheous
Montessori Printables are everywhere online now. But finding good quality, affordable printables can be difficult. My favourite free Montessori printable resources are from The Helpful Garden. She has a brilliant range and quality (for free!) I love how it’s set up with every area covered: Language, Mathematics, Sensorial, Practical Life, Geography, Science. Imagine Our Life …
Coin Sorting: Montessori-Inspired Sensorial Acitivity | Rhythms of Play
Coin sorting is a Montesorri-Inspired Sensorial Activity because sorting coins can help children develop and refine the senses as they sort money.
Activities with Marbles and Golf Tees from Montessori at Home!
Today's activity of the week is based on a post from Pink and Green Mama and an excerpt from the eBook Montessori at Home by John Bowman.
15+ Montessori Inspired Explorations for Three Year Olds | Montessori Nature
Our Montessori days become more and more filled with learning and exploration. I aim to dedicate at least one hour each day to support my daughter is working with activities from our learning shelves. She recently turned three, and her inquisitive mind draws her naturally to it. I always try to respect her choices in … 15+ Montessori Inspired Explorations for Three Year Olds Read More »
Montessori Inspired Towel Folding Activity | Stir The Wonder
Teaching toddlers and preschoolers to fold towels is a simple practical life skill they can easily learn with a Montessori Inspired Towel Folding Activity.
Mixing colors and exploring color theory is a learning activity that never gets old. It is simple enough for preschoolers and exciting enough for older kids. To set up this invitation to play, I provided bowls of primary colored water (red, yellow and blue), empty ice cube trays and small plastic eye droppers. We have used eye droppers for other projects so the students are familiar with them. They are a terrific way to strengthen hand muscles and improve the pincer grasp. It always excites…