On The Road to Reading: Eight Months of Montessori-Inspired Literacy Work
Ty hasn't really taken the typical road to Montessori literacy, mostly because he started on the journey himself, and continues to do so. I'm trying to get him on track a bit more with traditional Montessori practices, but while following his lead as well. This has been our journey so far and where we we are today, including new activities we've started working with to further his interests. There are many videos, mostly for myself perhaps, to log Tyler's amazing (to me anyhow...I'm his…
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Practicing numbers couldn't be more fun than when you're playing with glue and Fruit Loops! When teaching little kids you always need to find fun new ways to keep their interest. Gluing things to paper is high on the list in our house! All we needed was construction paper white glue and colorful Fruit Loops. I wrote the numbers on the paper with the glue and Annika went to town placing the cereal on the glue. She's known her numbers for some time now but she'd been having trouble remembering…
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D.I.Y. Name Puzzles - Make Take & Teach
These name puzzles are certainly a hit! There’s no better way to practice name and letter recognition than to use your child’s picture and create their very own puzzle. Making the puzzle is super easy. All you’ll need are large craft sticks (one for each letter or your child’s name), a picture of your child […]
5 Hands-On Strategies for Learning
Five hands-on activities to help young children learn to identify numbers and letters in preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten.
Number Writing Activity. Salt Tray Game.
Number Writing Activity. Salt Tray Game. Great idea for kids to practice number recognition and subitizing skills.
Make Name Activities for Kids from a Pool Noodle
Use a simple pool noodle to make fun name activities for kids. This is a great hands-on way to help kids recognize and spell their names. Directions for assembly and ideas for additional literacy activities are included. Pool noodles are pretty inexpensive and they are VERY versatile. You can use the foam tubes for all kinds of activities......outside of the swimming pool. Let me show
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Un blog de ideas y actividades que podemos realizar fácilmente en casa para mejorar los trastornos del aprendizaje y estimular su desarrollo.
Fine Motor Straw Necklace
Have I mentioned that I have a slight obsession with straws? Don't believe me? Well, we have made straw art, a color drop game using straws and a sensory rainbow with straws. We recently had fun making these Fine Motor Straw Necklaces. Stringing the straws on the string helps with fine motor practice and these necklaces can be created in any color combination you wish. You will need: Colorful straws that have been cut up Scissors String Tape I used milkshake straws for this activity since…
30 Name Recognition Activities
Help kids learn to recognize and spell their names with these fun, hands on Name Recognition Activities. Great for early learners.