Ultimately, I want what’s best for my kids, and especially as a working mom, I felt like I could offer more learning activities for them with the Lovevery play kits. We’ve had so much fun with them, and I’m so glad we invested the money. I’d do it again. Here’s why.
Every little one enjoys a game of peekaboo, and now they completely control it – all while developing fine motor skills and problem solving. Here’s how to make a personalized peekaboo puzzle with your Cricut Maker machine.
If you align with Montessori, I’ve found some great Montessori-inspired Easter basket ideas that you can order right on Amazon.
My kids LOVE helping in the kitchen, even if it makes a recipe take twice as long (and the kitchen gets twice as dirty). We pulled up our kitchen helper and dug into our first Kidstir box. Here’s our experience using the Kidstir recipe cards with a 2 and 3.5-year-old.
Do you really need the Benedykt and Sylvester Montessori subscription box? No. But is it nice to have? Definitely. Here’s why.
Looking for simple home learning activities for your toddler ages 1-4? This pom pom color sorting activity is probably one of my favorite DIY fine motor activities.
Explore Montessori-aligned gift ideas for ages 1-4 and for every budget. No batteries required! 🙂
Teach your preschooler the alphabet with this fun, free printable! Practice matching the upper and lowercase letters. This printable is ideal for laminating and reusing, and it’s developed using a classic Montessori letter order. An alphabetical, A to Z version is also available.