Its hard sometimes to come up with activities that can be enjoyed by both a preschooler AND a toddler – many of my printables or crafts the toddler destroys or chews on, which adds a level of challenge with various … Continue reading Jamaica Unit Study: Leatherback Sea Turtle Sensory Nest
Part of the fun of studying another country is not only what it is like now, but it’s history. As part of our Jamaica unit study, I wanted to do an activity that honored the indigenous people of the Caribbean, … Continue reading Jamaica Unit Study: Taíno Natives – Traditional House & Paper People
I remember as a young child, my mother taught me how to sew. Although my oldest is only three, I wanted to start teaching her the basics. I had seen some activities floating around Pinterest of sewing simple shaped projects … Continue reading England Unit Study: Montessori Practical Life Sewing Activity – Tudor Rose
Tea is very important to the English culture and for centuries they have been one of the world’s greatest tea consumers. While it is usually served with milk, it is not uncommon to drink it black or with lemon, with … Continue reading England Unit: Tea Dying Activity
We started studying ENGLAND for the month of April, and honestly we could have spent a lot more time than one month because England has such a rich and diverse history because it’s been around for so many years! My … Continue reading #TravelingThroughLearning – ENGLAND Unit!
For each of my country units, I like to have a sensory bin or small world play – I believe that imagination is one of the greatest assets of childhood and hope to instill this in my kiddos. For our … Continue reading Japan Unit: Zen Garden Sensory Bin
If you’ve been following my blog, I did an activity last month of tracing Hebrew numbers in salt as part of my Israel Unit. My 3 year old had so much fun doing it, I decided to do an activity … Continue reading Australian Animal Track Salt Tracing: Fine Motor Activity
Now that I’m a mom, I see everyday objects in a different light. My hubby likes to playfully accuse me of being a hoarder, but I like to save things that would otherwise be discarded to use in fun activities … Continue reading Pine-cone Christmas Trees – Mess Free Preschool Activity!