Most of us are familiar with the Christian Christmas story of the three wise men who presented the baby Jesus with Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh. Most pictorial depictions show these gifts in containers. Aside from gold which many of us … Continue reading Three Wise Men’s Gifts: Gold, Frankincense & Myrrh *Sensory Activity*
Once a month we are part of a Montessori Educational co-op – This month my friend used a wooden tree from Hobby Lobby and had the children do leaf pinning work with leaves glued to clothespins. I couldn’t find one … Continue reading Montessori Inspired Autumn Leaf Pinning Tree
Autumn is one of my favorite seasons, with the weather becoming crisp and cozy and everything starts having a holiday theme. I was inspired to make this fun little pumpkin activity by an Instagram post (forget the author, sorry!). First … Continue reading Pumpkin Fall-Themed Mosaics
As a nurse educator, I love to find creative ways to teach my little one about her body. At three, she isn’t able to grasp many abstract concepts, so I try to find hands on learning activities to make it … Continue reading My Body Unit – The Concept of Joints
Water beads are my go-to for many sensory and learning activities. I wanted an activity to visualize the different parts of the human blood, and water beads fit the purpose perfectly. I used red/pink beads for the red blood cells, … Continue reading My Blood & Kidneys – Sensory Learning Activity
I love the smells of fall. I also love spices and warm baked goods. My preschooler loves play dough and I make her a fair amount on a frequent basis. I started with this wonderful recipe I found at Domestic Superhero … Continue reading *Nature Fossils* w/Autumn Scented Playdough – RECIPE INCLUDED!