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February 2016

This morning, as soon as Adrian woke up, he rushed to his water activity tray. Today we are trying a funnel. Variations of this activity are endless, but at a minimum you would need an apron, a tray, a cup to pour the water in from a pitcher while using... Read more →

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Today, we are continuing with the Water Activity Series by using a baster. You would need an apron, a tray with two bowls (one of which is filled with water). A child would use a baster to transfer water from one bowl to another. ... And, he gets to practice... Read more →

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Well, Adrian is finally able to assemble the Plan Toy Stacking Ring Pyramid in order, not by accident, & without any verbal guidance. It has been a long journey - he had stacked it in order in the past, but when I would ask him to repeat the activity, he... Read more →

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Today, we are starting our Water Activity Series. I only wished, I had introduced it to Adrian few months earlier :) While water activities were mainly confined to bath times, I saw how much he enjoyed them! What can be more fun for a toddler than water play in a... Read more →

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As soon as Adrian turned two years old, we began a more in-depth exploration of Alphabet letters. First, Adrian would go on a Letter/Sound Hunt, where he would walk around the house and collect everything that begins with a particular sound. We also play Phonetic Sound Game and "I Spy"... Read more →

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The first frame Adrian is able to do by himself is the Buckling Dressing Frame. He has to unbuckle it first. Tracing the open frame ... Time to buckle up! All done. Cycle of the activity is complete. And right after, Adrian went & brought 2 more fames. I personally,... Read more →

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Shortly after turning 2, Adrian finally mastered the Nuts & Bolts Activity. This activity is great for boys as they are more inclined to mimic seeing their fathers work with tools, but Julia occasionally would enjoy this activity as well. rolling out a mat to define the work-space He has... Read more →

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This morning, we were pleasantly surprised to see a fresh feathery blanket of ❄️snow. I felt like I was in Narnia Winter Wonderland! Exactly two weeks ago, we had a blizzard, which brought us about three feet of snow. However, the whipping winds and snow that was too deep to... Read more →

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Today, we are using a few traditional Montessori MATH materials to learn about quantity and numerals. In Montessori MATH curriculum, Numbers Rods are among the first math materials to introduce to a toddler at around two years of age (followed by Sandpaper Numbers and then by a Spindle Box). However,... Read more →

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