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✂️DIY, Crafts and Materials

Montessori materials can be 💰costly,  so I love finding an alternative or creating DIY extensions. Below I will show you some of the DIYs I have created to substitute some of the materials you would generally have to purchase. I will also be sharing some “hacks” with you ~ that is using Familiar Materials you have around the home:  be it a sieve or a whisk, buttons, pom poms or grains from your cupboard. However, you will be using these materials in a non-intended way ~ meaning that you will NOT be cooking and eating your pasta, and you will NOT be whisking your ☕️milk either! Buttons will NOT be sewn on a 👕T-shirt and you will NOT be using your sieve to drain your cooked🍝pasta. So, scroll down and see! 

TASTE SAFE Sensory TRAYS

🍫Breakfast Food 🚜Sensory Tray

DSC_0011-3Sensory trays need not be expensive or elaborate. Here, I am using a bamboo 4-compartment organizer tray (intended for the office or kitchen use) and I am filling it with breakfast foods: a larger compartment is filled with Irish oats, and the smaller ones with fruit loops, Chocolate Cheerios and whole wheat flakes. Offer your child favorite vehicles or tractors and let their imagination transform Chocolate Cheerios into mud, oats into sand and flakes into field while little hands practice pinching, transferring and pouring!  If you have an older child, turn this activity into a math lesson: with smaller ones just count one to five; with older ones, do simple addition: a tractor brought two bails and you had one already ~ how many do you have now? We also took this opportunity and counted Cheerios, using them as counters (instead of Montessori beads) for the Montessori Teens Lesson.


EMOTIONS

Emotions Puppets ♻️🚽DIY 

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I am sure you know that a recycled toilet paper roll (TPR) is not just for what you think you might use it for! Well, here, we made DIY 😃😮😡😢☹️😆Puppets to discuss how the child might feel and to reassure that all emotions are natural and need not be ashamed of. (See here a video of Adrian making Emotions (Body) • Feelings (Mind) ✂️DIY 😃😮😡😢☹️😆Puppets ♻️🚽Craft 🎥 101).

DSC_0070I also made this EMOTIONS puzzle where a child has to match the two parts of the face. Make sure you color-code on the back of each piece by placing the same-color sticker on each of the two halves that make the whole. (For example, the 😡angry face, will have two 🔴🔴red stickers on the back of each half ~ this way, the child can self-correct.)

DSC_0119-2Here is a little modifiation~ I hot-glued the EMOTIONS face puzzle to cut in half toilet paper roll (TPR) and color-coded on the back with stickers. For example, the excited face will have two green dot stickers (one on each half) and I also added the written emotional state “excited” to promote reading. For the presentation, I am using a bamboo dish rack and since the pegs are short, I “elongated” them by placing a cut recycled paper wrapping roll over. Present to your child all the puzzle pieces mixed up and offer to match the top of the face to the bottom and also to match the written emotion -word if your child is reading. (With smaller ones, start with just three emotions at a time). As a control of error, all TPR puzzle pieces are matched color coded on the back.

DSC_0120-2“All About Me” ~ have you asked your children how do they see themselves? Are they aware of what color are their eyes, hair? Would they draw their mouth as smiling or serious? There is so much a child can learn just by taking a moment to center within and self-reflect. So offer them a mirror, googly eyes, pom poms, pipe cleaners, Sharpies etc., and recycled TPRs the great to make puppets. Julia used a hole-puncher to be able to thread yarn-hair. And these “Me” puppets can be a great keepsake as children grow so fast and their perspective of themselves would change too!


Montessori Sensory ✍🏻️TRACING TRAYS &  BOARDS

Sensory Tactile Board/Puzzle

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To make this sensory board, I simply traced a larger circle and a smaller one (which is a ♻️bottle cap) inside. Apply glue to the “donut” shape within (leave the middle circle empty) and sprinkle whatever you might find in your cupboard or nature shelf. I am using millet, rainbow rice, pebbles from the beach and scented salt. Offer a child to match to bottle cap to its larger circle. To increase the level of difficulty, use a 🙈blindfold to isolate just the stereognostic sense of touch. Also, introduce language and discuss smooth, rough, roughest. (Buy traditional Montessori Rough & Smooth boards here.)


Shapes DIY
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Learning shapes hands-on adds a fun dimension to geometry. Simply draw shapes on a paper and offer your child to “trace” its outline with grain, pasta, nature finds or anything else small you have handy. With a circle and a square, I offered Adrian dot stickers and we discussed what is a pattern ~ when a segment repeats over and over. Smaller children can try to follow a simple two-color pattern: like red-blue-red-blue, while older might try to follow a lengthier pattern. Here, Adrian chose a six-color pattern for a circle that he had to follow. Thereafter, offer pom poms to place over the dot-stickers, matching the colors. Offer tongs to further stimulate those fine motor skills. Lastly, discuss each shape’s unique characteristics and  present a Three-Part Lesson: 1) “This is __” 2)  “Where is __?” 3) “What is this?”

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🍴 CUTLERY TRAY HACKS

DSC_0052We are also using the same 🍴cutlery tray which has the same amount of compartments as continents in the world, to color sort pom poms! In Montessori Geography, each continent is color-coded: North America is orange, South America is pink, Europe ~ red, Africa~ green, Asia ~ yellow, Australisa~ brown, and Antarctica is white. So we filled each compartment with corresponding color pom poms.  This is an awesome fine motor color recognition Geography activity that can be modified for ages 2yo +. Buy mini tongs here and spork tongs here. See here how we filled this tray with dinos residing on each continent ~  Dinosaur Themed Unit Study. 

Small Worlds • Animals of the 🌎🌍🌏Continents

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In a Montessori geography curriculum, each continent is consistently color-coded throughout the entire curriculum: North America is orange, South America is pink, Africa is always green, Europe is red, Asia yellow, Australia brown, and Antarctica is white. Here, we have re-created the continents using colored pom poms and the 🍴 cutlery tray. We also took this opportunity to sing Montessori Continent song ~ see a video here, in a post that includes the above  📽video of Adrian singing 🎤 the Continent Song using a Montessori Colored 🌈 Continent 🌎Globe at 29 months.

We then discussed the unique and exclusive animals of each continent. 

  • North America ~ Black bear is a medium-sized bear native to North America. It is the continent’s smallest and most widely distributed bear species. Black bears are omnivores, with their diets varying greatly depending on season and location.
  • South America ~  Jaguar is the largest feline and third big cat in the world after lions and tigers. The Jaguar is also the largest cat in the Americas, an ambush predator and a keystone species of Americas, with the strongest bite of any big cat: twice as strong as that of a Lion.
  • Europe ~ Reindeer, in North America called caribou, are species of deer (family Cervidae) found in the Arctic tundra and adjacent boreal forests of Greenland, Scandinavia, Russia, Alaska, and Canada. Reindeer have been domesticated in Europe.
  • Asia ~ Tigers are only found in Asia and they have never seen a lion! The Siberian tiger is the largest big cat in the world and can grow up to three meters long from its nose to the tip of its tail. The tiger’s stripes are as varied and unique as fingerprints. Even the skin underneath is striped. At first glance, the striking pattern hardly seems to be beneficial. After all, the tiger does not want to be discovered by its prey immediately. When the tiger goes hunting in the twilight, it is however perfectly camouflaged with the stripes. They appear as tall grass moving in the wind or like fleeting shadows. Unlike many other ‘cats’ and big cats the tiger swims well and likes it, too. Therefore, the water is not a safe place for many prey animals.
  • Africa ~ Lions reside only in Africa and are not found on any other continent. After birth, Lion babies have a sand-colored fur coat with dark, circular spots. They are well camouflaged in the savannah. Within the first four to six weeks, they remain in a den. At the age of three months, they are strong enough to follow their mother wherever she goes.
  • Australia ~ Kangaroos are indigenous to Australia. The word “kangaroo” comes from the language of the aborigines, Australia’s indigenous people. It basically means “I don’t understand”, which was the answer given to British Navigator James cook when he asked what the animal was. What a misunderstanding! these marsupials have a kind of rubber band in their hind legs. It propels them upwards with each jump. The faster a kangaroo bounces, the farther the animal is “catapulted” forwards, and the less energy it consumes.
  • Antarctica ~ Penguins, the only species that can survive a harsh Antarctic winter, have never seen a polar bear, that is each species resides on the opposite poles, polar bear, a native to the Arctic circle. Penguins are flightless birds with streamlined bodies and thick coats, making them perfectly suited for life on the ice. The emperor penguin grows to a height of up to 1.25 m and can weigh as much as 45 kg. They are excellent, fast swimmers. Emperor penguins can reach speeds of up to 30 km/h and dive down to 400 m, reaching astonishing diving depths. On land, penguins waddle or slide on their bellies, propelling themselves along with their feet or flippers. The penguin’s favorite dish is fish or squid but they need to look out for orcas to make sure they don’t get eaten themselves. 

Cutlery Tray Hack • Habitats Small World Play

DSC_0006I am using a bamboo cutlery organizer for this small world invitation to play. This wooden drawer divider has seven compartments (plus another two if expanded). I have created different biomes and habitats to discuss various animals and where they live.

  • 🌳”Forest” is made from green rice (add vinegar and food coloring to dry rice, shake well, and then lay flat to dry) and forest animals.
  • ❄️For “Polar Regions” which include both poles: Antarctica and the Arctics, I simply used dry white rice. A note: although a penguin had never seen a polar bear, they both reside in cold icy conditions, although on different hemispheres.
  • 🌊For our “Ocean” habitat, I used blue water beads! To store your hydrogels, simply add few drops of tea tree oil and store in a refrigerator ~ they can last for months if in an airtight container, or dry them and have them shrink to their original size. I also added small pebbles to resemble a beach (which we collected during our last trip to the ocean).
  • 🌽To make a “Farm” I used shredded packing paper and dried corn kernels mixed with other dried beans. 
  • 🏜Millet represents the “Desert” habitat with a Kangaroo and a Komodo Dragon. (You can also use yellow cornmeal which is a little finer.) Currently, Komodo dragons are found only on a handful of islands in Indonesia, including the island of Komodo which gives them their name. So, you might ponder, why is this Asian lizard dragon stands alongside a kangaroo, an Australian native? Well, scientists now find that the world’s largest living lizard species, the Komodo dragon, most likely evolved in Australia and dispersed westward to its current home in Indonesia, rather than developed from a smaller ancestor isolated on the Indonesian islands, evolving its large size as a response to lack of competition from other predators. Over the past three years, an international team of scientists unearthed numerous fossils from eastern Australia dated from 300,000 years ago to roughly 4 million years ago that they now know to belong to the Komodo dragon. (Read more here.) 
  • 🌧”Rain Forest” environment is made from the evergreen leaves that grow in our backyard and sticks to resemble bamboo for our pandas.
  • Lastly, “Savanna” is made from green lentils and African animals
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Please note, possibilities in creating small world play are endless! Open your cupboard and use what’s in it: oats, cereal, grains, beans, pasta! Let your imagination go wild! This sensory bin can be played for days! The only thing that will happen over time is hydrogels getting smaller, eventually shrinking to their original size. Otherwise, your little one will have hours of purposeful real-life simulated imaginary play! A last note: most Montessori activities are presented on a tray and are done generally on a mat. With sensory bins especially, you would want to contain any spills or “mess” so I strongly encourage to present this tray on a large mat or a blanket. This way you can just shake it off, minimizing the cleaning up part. 


DIY Threading

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Next time you receive a fragile package, do not be too haste to through away the packing peanuts as they make a perfect DIY threading activity!

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Yes! Packing peanuts are not just for protecting your fragile cargo in transit! Put them to use, along with yarn, large-eye needle, and a basket to hold your peanuts. 

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Threading is an amazing fine motor exercise, which requires patience and precisions; and it is purposeful as you will have plenty of necklaces to wear!

🔐Lock & Key

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🔐 Locks are not just for keeping things safe! This is an awesome fine motor activity presented on every Montessori Practical Life shelf. Those little fingers really have to work to get the right 🔑key into the little lock! Present this activity on a tray or in a basket and have mismatched 🔑keys on a ring and different locks 🔐 interlocked between each other in a ball. (Buy locks here and here.) Have more keys than locks to 📈increase the level of difficulty. Offer your child to solve the puzzle and exercise those problem-solving skills to find the right key for the right lock. As the key matches with the lock, the lock opens up and the child is able to separate that lock from the rest and place it aside on a mat. SKILLS: fine motor skills to fit the right key into the little lock, as the child will really need to work those little fingers to get the keys into individual little locks holes. Children are also developing patience as they attempt to problem solve the puzzle. Vary the activity depending on your child’s age. Most importantly, let it be learning through fun.

 📉Variation: for smaller children, offer an identical number of keys to locks and present the keys loose so that the child, once opens the lock, can put that lock and a matching key aside, having fewer keys to work with. 

📉Variation: Numeracy ~ label the matching lock and its key with an identical number.

📉Variation: Literacy ~place an upper case letter sticker on a lock and the same letter lowercase on its matching key.

 🍁🍂Leaves DIY Upper to Lower Case Puzzle

DSC_0097-2This is a very easy🍁🍂Fall inspired DIY Upper to lower case puzzle activity. First, collect some fallen leaves, clean and dry them and press under heavy books. Once pressed, arrange your leaves inside a laminating pouch (start placing leaves as close to the edge as possible and leave about an inch around each leaf for cutting around). Then, run the laminating pouch through the laminating machine. Once laminated, cut out each leaf, and write upper and lower case letter on each half of a single leaf. Lastly, cut each leaf in half. Offer your child to match the two parts of the same leaf. You can also present a Three-Period Lesson, starting with three letters ~ for example, A, B, and C assembled with both halves: Part 1: This is _ A, B, C; Part 2: Where is _A? B? C?; Part 3: What is this? For detailed instructions on Montessori Three -Period lesson, see here.

🐦Birds DIY Montessori Color Tables

IMG_4814  See here 🐦Bird 🌈Matching Montessori Sensorial Color Tablets

🍝Pasta✂️Cutting and Threading  DSC_0002

Do you have any dry pasta that is passed its expiration date? So, why not put it to use by creating this colorful fine motor activity! Start by cooking the pasta according to the instructions. Once fully cooked, add the desirable food coloring in a separate ziplock and shake it for a few minutes until the color absorbs fully. Then offer your child to exercise scissor skills by cutting the pasta, which will stay soft for a while. And once the pasta dries, offer a wide eye-needle and make it a perfect threading activity!

DSC_0077  See here ✂️Scissors • ❤️💛💙Primary Colors 🍝Pasta Cutting Activity 

 Intro to Montessori 💚Green Series 

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Montessori Language curriculum follows “PBG Scheme” ~ that is a “Pink-Blue-Green” Series approach, where the child progresses very gradually as s/he is first introduced to three CVC letter words in 💗PINK Series, then blends (st, bl, pr…) in 💙 BLUE Series, and finally learning digraphs (sh, th, ch, oi…) in 💚 GREEN Series. This is a very easy DIY intro to digraphs such as -ea, -o..e, -or, -ue and so on. I used paint samples from a local hardware store, and these wooden circles, which I primed with clear nail polish first, to prevent Sharpie marker from bleeding ~ that is spreading through the wood. You can cut the paint samples and offer a child to put the words together or offer to letter-match using DIY pegs, which I also primed with clear nail polish and wrote blue vowels and red consonants. 

 “sh” Consonant Digraph ~ 💚Green Series 

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See here  “sh” Consonant Digraph ~ Montessori Language 💚Green Series 

DIY Washi Tape Shapes

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This is a super fun DIY to teach your child shapes. All you need is washi tape and scissors. Trace different shapes on a piece of paper and offer your child to cover the outlines with washi tape. Count the sides and discuss each shape’s distinctive characteristics such as a triangle having three sides and three angles which need not be the same or a square which must have four identical sides and angles.

DIY Geoboard • 🔨MAKE 4+yo,🖐🏻PLAY 1.5+yo

Do you have small cutting boards which you can spear? (Smaller ones tend to be softer.)  What about any wooden board? (We are using boards Adrian breaks during his Taekwondo classes). So, put those boards to use and make a DIY geoboard. All you need is a ruler, a pencil, a child-sized hammer (from this set), push pins and rubber bands. Children (👦🏼4 yo & 👧🏻8 yo) had so much fun 🔨 making these!

DSC_0009-3-2Our wooden board size is about 5 x 5 inches. Using a ruler, children marked where they would hammer the pins in ~ about an inch apart. Once the board was ready, I offered Adrian to make letters while referring to this wooden Alphabet set.  Here, Adrian made “A” for 👦🏼Adrian with rubber bands. You can also make 2D shapes, or offer children to 🍃🌸Nature weave and so much more! This activity can be offered to children as young as 1.5 yo + and it’s great for developing fine motor control and improving 🖐🏻 finger dexterity and increasing hand strength! “Dexterity helps fingers and hands to coordinate for completing fine tasks like writing, sewing, and playing string instruments.” So put those little hands to use!

DSC_0011-3If you don’t have time to make a geoboard, buy one here

See more about Tap & Tack set here ~ in a post “Educational Materials, 📚Books and Toys 🎥 Review.”

DIY Craft Sticks Shapes

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Learning shapes with this invitation to create a shape from DIY magnetic craft sticks. This will take you less than five minutes to set up, or, why not offer your child to match the magnets and adhere them to craft sticks. We are using these jumbo wooden craft sticks and these flexible magnets 3/4″ round disc with adhesive backings. As a reference, we are using geometry Montessori Metal Insets (buy original here or plastic here or metal but without stands here). As an extension, offer your child to match the color of each shape to tablets from Montessori Color Tablets Box

Magnetic Wand and DIY Pom Pom Sorting Activity

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How about a pom pom sensory bin filled with magnetic rainbow circles and a magnetic wand to fish the circles out and color-sort on DIY paint swabs from a local hardware store! Take this opportunity and discuss magnetic vs non-magnetic while the child patiently fishes out the circles, color discriminates and sorts to matching paint samples. 

   ✂️DIY ♻️Recycled 📦 Cardboard Apple 💻Laptop 

DSC_0009 See here How To ✂️Make Apple 💻Laptop For Kids From 📦Cardboard 

DIY Seeds and Grain Storage

DSC_0059-2Are you tired of constantly buying trays and storage boxes! Well, egg- cartons are just awesome for storing and sorting small objects. Here, I have labeled different seeds and grains to study its nutrient and vitamin value.  See our 🌱🌼Botany Unit Study here

DIY ❄️🌸🌳🍁Seasons Trees 

IMG_2831DIY ♻️recycled 🍼BOTTLE CAPS ❄️🌸🌳🍁Seasonal Trees 

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All you need is cardboard, recycled bottle caps, brown construction paper and a glue gun.

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First, color the rice (see how here) and arrange in four dishes. Then draw/glue trees and glue the caps to the cardboard using a glue gun to resemble trees’ foliage. 

DSC_0542Offer a child a spoon to fill the bottle caps with corresponding colored rice: white for winter, pink for spring, green for summer and orange for fall. We also used Montessori Movable Alphabet to spell out the names of the season. Fine motor, literacy, spelling and a geography and botany lesson all in one!




DIY Color Matching + Fine Motor Pegging

 This DIY resembles matching Montessori Color Tablets ~ similar to Color Box 2 ~ a traditional Sensorial material introduced to toddlers starting at 2 ½ years old. 

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With this activity, besides simply matching color samples from your local hardware store, offer your child to practice fine motor skills by matching colored clothespins and also graduating pegs in order from smallest to largest or vice versa. And if you have plain wooden pegs, just color them either with Sharpies (what we used) or use tempera stick paints which are awesome too!

IMG_1020To learn more about Montessori 🌈Color Boxes, read here a detailed post with presentations on boxes one through three on my blog Montessori Color Box 1, 2 & 3 (Color tablets).





 DIY ♻️Paper Towel Roll 🔤Alphabet Matching Activity

DSC_0109I wrote with a Sharpie upper and lower case alphabet letters on dot stickers, making sure that lower and upper of the same letter were color-matching. 

IMG_1149Since lower case letters are more prevalent, I had Adrian match lower to upper case letters which were sporadically arranged on a paper towel roll. He would simply stick the lower case on top of the upper case.  For some introductory language lessons, see here our Letter Series post. To learn about Montessori Phonetical Sets of Presenting Alphabet letters,  (see here) Set 1:     First set: c  m  a  t  . For early reading, see here “Montessori CVC Picture Word cards with wooden Clothespins (💗Pink Series 🎥 Early Reading).”   Also, see here “Montessori 💗 Pink Series  “e” sound (Language 101 🎥 Series 🎇 Curriculum).”



DIY Color Matching + Fine Motor Pegging

This DIY resembles matching Montessori Color Tablets ~ similar to Color Box 2 ~ a traditional Sensorial material introduced to toddlers starting at 2 ½ years old. 

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With this activity, besides simply matching color samples from your local hardware store, offer your child to practice fine motor skills by matching colored clothespins and also graduating pegs in order from smallest to largest or vice versa. And if you have plain wooden pegs, just color them either with Sharpies (what we used) or use tempera stick paints which are awesome too!

IMG_1020 To learn more about Montessori 🌈Color Boxes, read here a detailed post with presentations on boxes one through three on my blog Montessori Color Box 1, 2 & 3 (Color tablets).




 DIY ♻️Paper Towel Roll 🔤Alphabet Matching Activity

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I wrote with a Sharpie upper and lower case alphabet letters on dot stickers, making sure that lower and upper of the same letter were color-matching. 

IMG_1149Since lower case letters are more prevalent, I had Adrian match lower to upper case letters which were sporadically arranged on a paper towel roll. He would simply stick the lower case on top of the upper case.

DSC_0202 PT Roll ABCFor some introductory language lessons, see here our Letter Series post. To learn about Montessori Phonetical Sets of Presenting Alphabet letters,  (see here) Set 1:     First set: c  m  a  t  . For early reading, see here “Montessori CVC Picture Word cards with wooden Clothespins (💗Pink Series 🎥 Early Reading).”   Also, see here “Montessori 💗 Pink Series  “e” sound (Language 101 🎥 Series 🎇 Curriculum).”




🐣EASTER INSPIRED DIYs

Language

DSC_0014See here 🐣Easter Inspired ♻️DIY Egg 🔠Alphabet 🔡 Matching Activity.

DSC_0124 See here 🐣Easter Inspired Montessori 🔉Sound 🔡Blending Game.

ARTS/CRAFTS

DSC_0111-2See here 🐰Easter 🐣Egg Bunting Banner Shaving Cream 🎨Marbled Paper ✂️Craft. 

🐰Easter ✂️DIY ♻️Recycled 🍡Popsicle Puzzle

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What you will need for this super easy ♻️DIY puzzle:

  • recycled 🍡ice pop/popsicle sticks (or buy wooden craft sticks here),
  • Easter stickers (or draw a picture),
  • a craft knife,
  • and a glue gun

See detailed instructions on how to make this craft here ☘️Shamrock ✂️DIY ♻️Recycled 🍡Popsicle Puzzle Skip Counting by 🔟.

♻️DIY TIC TAC TOE

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Do your children play tic-tac-toe? It’s a 🤗fun game and an easy ♻️✂️DIY if you have 💦water bottle caps and 🍡ice pop sticks (any craft sticks will do), and a glue gun.

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DSC_0032See here “Easter🐣Inspired Pipe Cleaner Beading Craft for Children.”

DSC_0107 InstSee here📽 video of Adrian making these Easter 🐣Egg Decorations.

SENSORIAL

DIY 🐣Easter Eggs 🔉Sound Cylinders

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This is an  🐣Easter Inspired DIY version of traditional Montessori Sound Cylinders ~ a material that isolates just one sense  – the sense of hearing. Today, instead of six matching pairs, we will be making three matching pairs. So, you will fill one red and one blue with identical filler: starting with the loudest/pasta (code that pair as 1) to the softest/rice (code that pair as 3). You will have a pair in the middle/cereal (code it 2). As with all Montessori materials, there is a control of error – numbers on the bottom of each egg must match representing a matching pair.

During this sensorial activity your child will learn:

  • auditory/sound discrimination by exploring one sense ~ the sense of hearing;
  • the sense of order;
  • matching the sounds since sounds made by the eggs are paired, i.e. the sound made by one egg in the red set matches the sound made by its equivalent egg in the blue set.

See the detailed presentation on traditional Montessori sound cylinders here.

👣Feet 🐣Egg Transferring 🌈Color Matching 💪🏻Gross Motor Game

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See here a 📽video about this super fun gross motor DIY using recycled Easter eggs (balls work great too) where your kiddo, besides exercising those little feet, will have fun learning colors.

For more on🐣Easter DIYs, see here our 🐣Easter 🐰Inspired Themed Unit Study for Kids.

Stay tuned for more DIYs …

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