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Give the child a Mortar and Pestle!

Fresh herb sensory basket including handmade mortar and pestle at MELA playgroup. I am frequently asked for activity ideas, especially those that are affordable or use materials found around the home. My advice is always to look around your home and see what may interest your child and to involve your child in your day to day activities as much as possible. I love working with my children in the kitchen and will always look for new or interesting ways to involve them. Both of my children…

Montessori practical life activity at home to develop concentration and fine motor skills. Montessori practical life activity at home to develop concentration and fine motor skills. Montessori Preschool, Montessori Education, Montessori Materials, Montessori Practical Life, Preschool Special Education, Fine Motor Skills, Preschool Activities, Early Childhood, Kids Learning

Montessori Shelf Update – 3 Years Old

Montessori shelves at 3 years old. There are 5 areas in a Montessori classroom. Math, Language Arts, Cultural, Sensorial, and Practical Life.

Fresh herb sensory basket including handmade mortar and pestle at MELA playgroup. I am frequently asked for activity ideas, especially those that are affordable or use materials found around the home Infant Activities, Activities For Kids, Activity Ideas, How To Make Pesto, Making Pesto, Aspergers Autism, Montessori Practical Life, Superfood Powder, Montessori Education

Give the child a Mortar and Pestle!

Fresh herb sensory basket including handmade mortar and pestle at MELA playgroup. I am frequently asked for activity ideas, especially those that are affordable or use materials found around the home. My advice is always to look around your home and see what may interest your child and to involve your child in your day to day activities as much as possible. I love working with my children in the kitchen and will always look for new or interesting ways to involve them. Both of my children…

Montessori Sensorial Materials Every Child Will Love, Perfect Montessori Activities and Montessori Materials for Preschool, Sensory, Smelling bottles, Color Montessori Science, Montessori Education, Montessori Toddler, Montessori Materials, Montessori Classroom, Tactile Activities, Nature Activities, Toddler Activities, Class Activities

The Best Ways for Exploring Senses in Nature

The Best Ways for Exploring Senses in Nature, 5 senses with nature walks, scavenger hunts and hands on activities. Montessori Sensory with Natural Materials and an ocean theme, A DIY Mystery Bag for Kids for Tactile Sense that is Perfect for Special needs and Sensory Processing Disorder

Gardening with children. Montessori un-sensory bin Reading Garden, Benefits Of Gardening, Maria Montessori, Sensory Bins, Kid Stuff, Children, Kids, Young Children, Young Children

Gardening with Children - Villa di Maria Montessori School Blog

It’s officially planting season in St. Louis! The risk of frost has long since passed, along with a very wet early spring. The benefits of gardening on people of all ages are many; getting out into the garden on a regular basis keeps you active and improves hand strength and dexterity, can boost your mood, … Continue reading "Gardening with Children"

Washing vegetables, washing dishes, washing table Montessori un-sensory bin How To Wash Vegetables, Good Excuses, Washing Dishes, Maria Montessori, Teaching French, Sensory Bins, Children, Blog, Young Children

In the Kitchen with Children - Villa di Maria Montessori School Blog

With Thanksgiving fast approaching, many of us will be spending more time in the kitchen than usual. And what better excuse than that to include our children alongside us while we prepare the delicious food we will serve to our family and guests! Today, Sophie Andre, a wonderful Lower Elementary Aide (who also teaches French to … Continue reading "In the Kitchen with Children"

Peeling using fingers (egg, garlic, mandarin orange) or using a peeler Montessori un-sensory bin Maria Montessori, Montessori Activities, Good Excuses, Teaching French, Sensory Bins, Fingers, Garlic, Egg, Orange

In the Kitchen with Children - Villa di Maria Montessori School Blog

With Thanksgiving fast approaching, many of us will be spending more time in the kitchen than usual. And what better excuse than that to include our children alongside us while we prepare the delicious food we will serve to our family and guests! Today, Sophie Andre, a wonderful Lower Elementary Aide (who also teaches French to … Continue reading "In the Kitchen with Children"

Fresh herb sensory basket including handmade mortar and pestle at MELA playgroup. I am frequently asked for activity ideas, especially those that are affordable or use materials found around the home Preschool Activities At Home, Early Learning Activities, Montessori Activities, Toddler Activities, Montessori Trays, Montessori Homeschool, Montessori Toddler, Montessori Practical Life, Teaching The Alphabet

Give the child a Mortar and Pestle!

Fresh herb sensory basket including handmade mortar and pestle at MELA playgroup. I am frequently asked for activity ideas, especially those that are affordable or use materials found around the home. My advice is always to look around your home and see what may interest your child and to involve your child in your day to day activities as much as possible. I love working with my children in the kitchen and will always look for new or interesting ways to involve them. Both of my children…

Grating, kneeding, scooping, egg cracking (be sure to have a full carton of eggs to sacrifice the first day your child tries this… and plan to have a crunchy omelet to eat that day!), spreading, and shelling peas   Montessori un-sensory bin Good Excuses, Maria Montessori, Teaching French, Sensory Bins, Omelet, Your Child, Eggs, Children, School

In the Kitchen with Children - Villa di Maria Montessori School Blog

With Thanksgiving fast approaching, many of us will be spending more time in the kitchen than usual. And what better excuse than that to include our children alongside us while we prepare the delicious food we will serve to our family and guests! Today, Sophie Andre, a wonderful Lower Elementary Aide (who also teaches French to … Continue reading "In the Kitchen with Children"

And, the best part: using the senses in the kitchen: tasting, touching, and smelling! Montessori un-sensory bin Good Excuses, Maria Montessori, Teaching French, Sensory Bins, Children, Kitchen, Blog, Young Children, Boys

In the Kitchen with Children - Villa di Maria Montessori School Blog

With Thanksgiving fast approaching, many of us will be spending more time in the kitchen than usual. And what better excuse than that to include our children alongside us while we prepare the delicious food we will serve to our family and guests! Today, Sophie Andre, a wonderful Lower Elementary Aide (who also teaches French to … Continue reading "In the Kitchen with Children"

Pouring, mixing (with her hands, with a whisk, and with a spoon or rubber scraper) Montessori un-sensory bin Good Excuses, Maria Montessori, Teaching French, Sensory Bins, Spoon, Yummy Food, Hands, Blog, Delicious Food

In the Kitchen with Children - Villa di Maria Montessori School Blog

With Thanksgiving fast approaching, many of us will be spending more time in the kitchen than usual. And what better excuse than that to include our children alongside us while we prepare the delicious food we will serve to our family and guests! Today, Sophie Andre, a wonderful Lower Elementary Aide (who also teaches French to … Continue reading "In the Kitchen with Children"

Cutting and chopping (*make sure your child is using knives and other sharp tools properly, putting her hand in the right place. Remind her again and again that no fingers should be on the cutting board) Montessori un-sensory bin Good Excuses, Maria Montessori, Teaching French, Sensory Bins, Fingers, Knives, Cutting Board, Tools, Children

In the Kitchen with Children - Villa di Maria Montessori School Blog

With Thanksgiving fast approaching, many of us will be spending more time in the kitchen than usual. And what better excuse than that to include our children alongside us while we prepare the delicious food we will serve to our family and guests! Today, Sophie Andre, a wonderful Lower Elementary Aide (who also teaches French to … Continue reading "In the Kitchen with Children"

Let them play in the dirt and leaves. Montessori un-sensory bin 5 Reasons to Get Your Kids Outside in the Winter Weather Maria Montessori, Sensory Bins, Your Child, Playground, Children, Kids, You Got This, The Outsiders, Weather

5 Reasons to Get Your Kids Outside in the Winter Weather - Villa di Maria Montessori School Blog

It may be cold outside, but that’s not stopping the children at Villa di Maria from running, playing, climbing, jumping, swinging, digging, balancing, chasing, and burning some energy! We shared why kids need recess here; now let’s talk about why it’s important in any weather. Below, 5 reasons to get your children outside even when it’s cold! … Continue reading "5 Reasons to Get Your Kids Outside in the Winter Weather"

Let them play in the dirt and mud. Montessori un-sensory bin Maria Montessori, Sensory Bins, Your Child, Mud, Play, Children, School, Young Children, Boys

Why Dirt is Good for Your Children - Villa di Maria Montessori School Blog

Springtime is perhaps the muddiest of all seasons. And leave it to children to find the muddiest spots and make themselves comfortable! But aside from the inconvenience of cleaning up (or hosing off) a bit of dirt, it turns out that children are drawn to it for a reason; it’s good for them. From the … Continue reading "Why Dirt is Good for Your Children"