Are you looking for some cheap, fun, and easy activities that support learning for your toddler?
You’ve come to the right place. Every week I’m sharing 1-2 Montessori based activities that you can create and share with your toddlers.
Check out my first post here for an explanation of why Montessori works, as well as two other activities for your toddler.
Below are links to the rest of my activities:
Go check them out and tell me what you think!
1. Sensory Bin: Alphabet
Materials: Rice and foam alphabet letters.
Toddlers enjoy finding objects. It is one of their favorite things to do, and that’s why sensory bins like this one capture their interest. Each time my daughter found a letter, she would either say the name of the letter or ask me what it was.
2. Hanging Laundry
Materials: Felt clothes, wood plank, wooden dowel, twine, wood glue, and small containers for the clothes and clothespins. Below I will show you the clothes that I made with felt.
Underwear and Socks
My daughter thinks the bras are sunglasses. It’s pretty hilarious.
Skirts and Dresses
I decided to make some girls out of felt that my daughter could dress with the felt clothes. They aren’t perfectly symmetrical, but who is?
Here are the small clothespins. You can find them on Amazon or at Michaels.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, and I invite you to join me next week for another Montessori activity for your toddler.
*These activities are my own, and are not sponsored by any Montessori organization.