13 Fun Activities To Keep Your Toddler Busy
Toddlers can do so many things, they are so eager to learn about just about everything, they just love exploring and playing. But sometimes you need them to be quite for a little bit of time, So we brought you a compilation of fun activities to keep your toddlers busy while having fun at the same time.
How to Make a Foldable Pikler Triangle (climbing Frame)
How to Make a Foldable Pikler Triangle (climbing Frame): Emmi Pikler was a Hungarian Pediatrician who developed a new theory of child development in the 1930s/40s, based on allowing the child to move freely and develop at his or her own pace. (Magda Gerber, who founded RIE - the parenting philosophy to w…
DIY Wooden Balance Beam
A DIY balance beam perfect for toddlers. This cheap easy DIY can provide gross motor challenges for toddlers and preschoolers.
Montessori Toddler Trays -- How Do You Set Up Toddler Toys in a Montessori Way?
Montessori Toddler Trays -- How Do You Set Up Toddler Toys in a Montessori Way? Here are some tips to setting up toys and materials in your home to entice toddlers to use and explore them.
Introducing Montessori Rules and Routines to a Toddler
Montessori rules and routines are a natural part of Montessori schools. They're very helpful in the home environment, too. You can often start to introduce some of the basic Montessori rules and routines when your toddler is between the ages of 15 and 18 months. Introducing Basic Rules and Routines to Your Toddler You can introduce simple routines such as taking out and using a rug for work, carrying a basket or tray, and putting work back on the shelf after using it. Demonstrate each…
What Toddlers Can Do In The Kitchen (15 months to 3 years). (how we montessori)
Transferring food at fifteen months (from chopping board to pan), Using a vegetable cutter at 17 months, Using tongs at 17 months, Washing food (and independently making snack) at 18 months. As I've
What? Montessori for babies? - The Montessori Notebook
Montessori for babies -Sometimes people are surprised to learn that Montessori principles can apply from birth. And most commonly I hear people say, “if only I’d known about these ideas earlier”.