10 Montessori Inspired Fun Activities Using Popcorn

After a while we went for a movie (as usual my hubby was busy handling the little one). Getting straight the point, one reason kids love going to the movies is a bag full of popcorn. Pop came in the idea, why not carry that excitement home and create some activities....

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Water Science Experiments for toddlers

Few nights back, I narrated the thirsty crow story to my son. He was fascinated by the crow but didn’t really get to comprehend how the water could rise and how easy was it for the crow to drink water after that. Then I thought it won’t take too long to pull together...

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Playdough Activities for Toddlers/Preschoolers

I am hosting a 30-day challenge in one of our facebook groups and I totally love it. Play-dough Play was our theme today. What does your child learn? This activity helps with prewriting skills, to develop the finger strength. These same hands which Roll, press, stamp...

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DIY Montessori Sandpaper Numbers

Lately we have been focusing more on pre-math activities. After One to one correspondence activities, we moved on to Sandpaper Numbers. You can choose to make your own sandpaper numbers or buy one from here Kido Toys Sandpaper Tracing Numbers . DIY sandpaper numbers...

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Montessori Inspired Dry Pouring Activities for your Toddler

If there is something that would hold my toddler’s attention for a max of five minutes, that would be transferring, spooning or pouring lentils/water. That is the specialty of Montessori; she exactly nailed what the child would be naturally interested in. And for a...

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One to one Correspondence Pre-Math Activities for Toddlers

“One for mom, one for dad and one for you”. Rings a bell? Yup, that is you teaching One-to-one correspondence,a pre-math skill with your toddler unintentionally 🙂 This one to one correspondence, a basic math skill is often taken for granted. But this lays one of the...

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Frog Activities for Preschoolers

It’s been raining cats and dogs here and we were lucky enough to spot a frog. Since then frogs have been our subject of interest 🙂 Honestly, who doesn’t like frogs? Yeah, the princess. But she eventually liked him 🙂 and I hear they happily live ever after. I...

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Montessori Inspired Diwali Activities

Let’s talk Diwali 🙂 Why am I talking about diwali this earlier? Yeah, I am excited to be part of “Montessori for the holidays” blog hop series along with other amazing Montessori bloggers.Please check out the previous blog post on this series here on when hippos...

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4 Easy Science Experiments for Toddlers

Science was my favorite subject all through my school days. Few weeks back, while I cleaned my pantry I got my hands laid on some baking soda. Voila, there was plenty I could do with that. I did a small R&D for some basic science experiments and found tons of...

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List of Toddler Art Supplies

So, you figured out your little one goes bonkers on crafts? Your little one drew something and you could see Mona lisa painting when you twitch your eye? That’s when you decided to have an art corner, but not really sure what must go into it? Then this list of toddler...

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What should I teach my one year old?

Do you feel that your little baby is growing up faster than you think? Do you wish you had some more patience when it comes to your kid? Do you think you are not doing much with your kid? Do you want to spend quality time with your kid, but run out of ideas? Did you...

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Sorting Big and Small-Toddler Activities

  We did celebrate little Jing Jaang’s second birthday two days back. Strangely, I feel odd to call him a baby after he turned two. He is starting to understand things and realizes when we discipline him when he does something which we do not appreciate....

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Teaching Toddlers Day and Night Difference

Lately my little toddler gets overexcited at night and I found it very difficult to explain it to him that it was night and the whole city sleeps including the street dogs. Man that was a Hercules task. He did not want to sleep and did not want to turn off the lights....

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