Adrian 43 months Feed

We are continuing our Practical Life 🙌 Activities 101 🎥 Series 🎇 with 💦WET pouring, but this time it is pouring 1:2, where a child will pour from one spouted pitcher into two non-spouted cups, and back. Make sure to introduce this lesson after a child shows confidence in pouring... Read more →

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This is a lesson on WET pouring 1 : 1, where a child will pour water from one spouted pitcher to the other and back. (Identical to our DRY Spout 1:1 pouring lesson- see a link below), but this time using water instead of dry objects like coffee beans, dry... Read more →

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This is a fun sensorial Father's Day craft which, besides advancing fine-motor control via the use of a dropper, will also teach your child ❤️💛💙 PRIMARY and SECONDARY colors. Adrian started by gluing ballon-ribbons and three white cotton pads to a piece of paper. He then added ❤️ red 💛... Read more →

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Lacing wooden geometric shapes (buy here or similar here) is a classic Montessori Sensorial activity. This is also an easy DIY activity to make at home with colored heavy-cardstock (buy here), scissors and a hole puncher. You can match the shoelace to the shape or use complimentary (opposite) lace color... Read more →

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June 8th is World Oceans Day, and we were inspired to start our Ocean Unit Study. As always, we begin any unit study by referring to books while exploring our animal figurines. Children love National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of the Ocean (buy here). The book is a... Read more →

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Today, we are exploring fractions. My children love LEGO. They are always either working on building LEGO or enjoy playing with it, so we have it out most of the time. Fractions are an abstract mathematical concept, and even Julia at seven-and-a-half is still not grasping it entirely. Making abstract... Read more →

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My children love LEGO! We are happy to find LEGO Juniors level for Adrian since DUPLO does not spark a fire in his eyes any longer and Julia's Friends and Creator series are too hard for him. Juniors level is perfect for Adrian right now at three-and-a-half years old. He... Read more →

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