Winter Sight Word Printables

Do you have a budding reader at home? Learning sight words is not intuitive - you cannot sound them out like you can other simple words or CVC words. Sometimes, an extra activity to practice reading (or writing) these difficult words can really help children! Today, I am sharing our Snowman sight words cards that can [...]

Winter Activities: Hands-on Language Printables and Activities

Learning new vocabulary, practicing writing, and spelling is an important part of our language programs, of course. At school, I always try to bring out themed literacy materials to make sure I provide the children with opportunities to learn key vocabulary relevant to their lives at the moment. Right now, we are diving deep into [...]

The Mitten Addition Activity

Have you read the book The Mitten with your kids? It's a sweet favourite of ours and the illustrations are beautiful. I was inspired by this book to create some math works. Afterall, counting and adding just seem to fit the theme with this book, right? Using The Mitten as inspiration, I created some Mitten [...]

By | 2018-01-23T22:02:03+00:00 January 23rd, 2018|3-6 years old, Addition, Kindergarten, Math, Winter|0 Comments

Awesome Penguin Preschool Activities

Are you studying penguins this winter? There's just something about this time of year that I just think is perfect for putting together an amazing set of penguin preschool activities! We will be exploring penguins again this year in depth! It's such a fun topic! Children are so curious about animals. There's something so fascinating [...]

Christmas Tree Counting Activities

With Christmas right, right, right around the corner, I thought it would be fun to share a few simple and FUN Christmas Tree Counting Activities! You can build up the excitement for the holidays and work on a few fun math activities at the same time! We're still going strong with the Christmas theme at [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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), [...]

Montessori Russia Activities and Printables

I'm so excited to be sharing a new thematic unit with you! Today, I am sharing our Montessori Russia activities and printables! This is a theme dear to my heart because this is where I was born. At home, we speak Russian (and English and Frisian). I really loved putting together these activities to show [...]

Fall 3 Part Cards: Cones and Needles

You guyssss, I am just obsessed with fall! I am so excited to get all of our fall themed activities up on the shelves. We have been slowly working on them last month, along with our farm themed activities. Today, I want to share some of our beautiful fall materials - our Cones and Needles Montessori 3 [...]