Find The Best Montessori Gifts for Toddlers

With the holidays approaching, I wanted to share a few ideas for some unique and beautiful gifts for toddlers. With the holidays approaching, many of us are really thinking about what to get our children. We want quality, engaging materials that won't just be thrown into a corner and be forgotten about. Don't worry, I'm [...]

By | 2017-11-17T19:48:18+00:00 November 14th, 2017|1-3 years old, Materials, Montessori, Toddler|0 Comments

Montessori forest animal printables

Do you have a child who adores animals? I know I have 2! They just love learning about different animals, how they behave, and where they live. Y is really interested in understanding how different families function, including animals. If we see a bird outside, he will me, "Where is the bird's mama?" I know [...]

Montessori Hibernation Activities

With winter approaching, children are starting to observe animals, changes in weather, and birds migrating to warmer places. I love setting up Montessori hibernation activities during the late fall or early winter. Today, I want to take a deep look at our Animals that Hibernate - Montessori printables set and show hands-on ways that we [...]

Feathers 3 Part Cards – Montessori Printables

Children are so interested in nature and learning about different animals. I created a simple printable material to help encourage this passion that my students have for learning about animals. Spring is always a wonderful time to learn about birds, but I know that talk about migration and winter is approaching! Montessori Feathers 3 Part [...]

Books about the Forest

I'm so excited to share some beautiful, beautiful finds with you today! We've been on this nature theme for a bit lately, and I want to share some gorgeous books about the forest with you. There are some lovely Montessori friendly books with real photos, detailed descriptions, and so many interesting topics covered that will [...]

By | 2017-10-31T22:01:24+00:00 October 27th, 2017|1-3 years old, 3-6 years old, Age, Books, Materials, Montessori, Reading|0 Comments

Tips for Making Your Nature Walk with Kids Totally Awesome

Learning about nature is a very important part of Montessori education. In fact, when parents ask me about where to start with Montessori at home, or what to do when their children are having a hard time concentrating, I often say to spend more time outdoors. There is just something inherently beautiful about watching children explore the [...]

Shades of Leaves Printables and Activities

Do you love fall? In spite of the rain here, I do love watching the leaves change color, the slightly cooler weather, tea, scarves! I love it all! When it comes to learning activities, it's also a wonderful time to study so many fascinating topics for children. They observe so many beautiful changes in the [...]

Farm themed learning activities

I'm really excited to finally show you an inside look into our learning activities! I feel like it's been a while since I've really done a post like this. This week, we spent some time discussing farm themed works and activities. Today, I'm going to show the works we used with Y (5 years old), [...]

How I am Teaching My Son and Daughter about Consent from Birth Because #MeToo

Before I say anything else, I am going to warn you - this article is raw. It's emotional. It's personal. I am sharing a part of myself, a part of my story that I have only shared with a small, tiny group of people that I know personally in my "real life". I never planned to share [...]

By | 2017-10-17T10:15:43+00:00 October 17th, 2017|Parenting|0 Comments

Farm Books for Kids

Books are a fantastic way for parents and caregivers to connect with children. I love snuggling with my munchkins on the couch or in bed as we read books, learn new things, and just get lost in an amazing story! That enthusiasm and excitement as children learn about new possibilities, see beautiful images, and are [...]

By | 2017-10-16T11:12:50+00:00 October 16th, 2017|3-6 years old, Books, Kids Activites, Montessori, Unit Studies|0 Comments