As promised

Ta-da-da-da!!!!  It feels so good to mark off #51 Finish the school room remodel off my list.  After we were done, I wanted to sleep on the school room floor to soak in the spoils of our efforts.  Does everyone remember what it looked like before? More individual posts to come.  Heading off to relax after all the hard work.

Diy Childs Desk

Here’s another sneak peek into our never-ending school room remodel. I never found a child size desk that fit my long list of requirements. It had to have clean lines, a great balance of neutral and bright colors, it needed to be mobile, have storage and be big enough for the boys to work without…

Knobless Cylinders

Children are miniature explorers who are always drawn towards fun and exciting stimuli present around them.  According to Dr. Maria Montessori, for the first six years of their life, the child is highly receptive to the stimuli that are present in the surrounding environment.  To take advantage of such periods of sensitivity, Dr. Maria Motessori…

Farm Animal Families

Happy Friday Everyone! Celebrating the end of the school week with a new Farm Animal Families work. Wasn’t able to find free 3-part Nomenclature cards and the ones we found for sale weren’t worth the $18. Including the cards in this post, but there isn’t anything fancy about them. What they will do, is save…

Best Artist In The Ocean

It isn’t surprising that so many artists find inspiration in nature. Sea Life, in particular, is very inspiring. There’s something mysterious behind the color, movement and shape of sea creatures. Today we read the book, I’m the Best Artist in the Ocean, which is a fun way to teach different art styles. The main character…

Jack O Lanterns

Sometimes, being a mom can be overwhelming. Due to the stressful day, we took it a little easy and did a fun art project. I saw something similar to this on My Montessori Journey. All you need is a paper plate, construction paper, a glue stick and scissors. I cut the orange construction paper into…