wet chalk & tape resist Easter eggs - a fun activity for kids

wet chalk & tape resist Easter eggs - a fun art activity for kids from Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas.

A week or so before Christmas we visited Ikea. For the first time - ever. While being overwhelmed in so many ways I loved looking at all of their items which would be useful for a Montessori home. Obv

Montessori at Ikea (how we montessori)

Natural resource creation at Tu Tamariki - Play Based Learning (",)

a bath mat stops loose parts moving around - Natural resource creation at Tu Tamariki - Play Based Learning (",)

DIY Lava Lamp Tutorial - Fun and Quick DIY Project Idea for Kids and Teens

DIY Lava Lamp

DIY Lava Lamp Tutorial - Fun and Quick DIY Project Idea for Kids and Teens (chrismas party food for teens)

Print photos at the Memory Lab and punch with a circle punch for simple photo ornaments--or make a family tree display! (Have old photos? Have them scanned at the Memory Lab and convert to digital images you can print.)

I love this idea for a family tree project using branches and old photos. A fun way for kids to get involved, too. great idea for parents anniversary party.

Self Portraits with loose parts

Making self portraits from loose parts. Translated from Dutch: "this was an introduction game, we made self portraits from loose parts and then we tried to guess who was who".

Outdoor Music Station: Xylophones Wind Chimes by OwensAdventures

Outdoor Music Station: Xylophones, Triangles, Cymbal, and Cowbells - Wooden Toy - Yard Art - Yard Games - Educational Toys - Waldorf

Outdoor Playground - Music Wall - Sensory Wall - Montessori Toys - Waldorf Wood: Xylophones, Triangles, Cymbal, and Cowbells

Dollar Tree (soap) Pump Paint Bottles I love the idea of separating the art…

Dollar Tree (soap) Pump Paint Bottles I love the idea of separating the art mediums by color to improve ease of finding just the right color to use.

32 Amazing Hacks To Make Life Easier on http://www.fullpunch.com

You will need: a jar and glow-in-the-dark paint! First, take one of the jars and rinse it out. Next, take a paint brush and decorate the inside of the jar with polka dots of glow paint. Finally, go into a dark space and watch your jar glow!

Here is a beautiful invitation to play and explore. The inclusion of this culturally specific way of communicating open a dialogue of the "many facets of natural language.." (Directorate for Education - OECD, 2004).

Listens to Aboriginal stories and songs and views Aboriginal artworks and dance. My preschoolers loved this today. Exploring aboriginal storytelling symbols through sensory play - ochre coloured sand. By Kelly Slip

Muziekhoek gemaakt uit bamboe-stokken, metalen buizen en een metalen deksel.

Sensory Gardens, today is the first I've heard of this. What a wonderful idea, especially for a lawn that just won't grow grass. My imagination is running wild!

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