Whether you call them discovery jars or sensory bottles, these little hand-held gems of sensorial goodness are quick and easy to make. And, you can DIY Montessori discovery jars on a budget to encourage sensory play and just plain good fun for your littles (without breaking the bank!)
Don’t get me wrong. I love a good beef stew. But my favorite raw food resources help me stay on track and eat the way my body craves: a diet high in raw foods.
This week marks my first time participating in the Friday Fictioneers prompt hosted by author Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. I’ve been eying it for a few weeks now, but I wanted to wait until I had the website transition complete. I’m so excited to be part of this community.
One hallmark of the Montessori method is that play is integral to a child’s development and how they learn. Here’s a book that helps you make it more fun.
How do you discover a new topic? Are you visual or more hands-on? I need to research and read all I can on a topic. Join me as I move through my very own Montessori reading list in an effort to really digest and enjoy this method of learning.
Dear Old Mothers: You know who you are. We’re the ones they label as “advanced maternal age” – which is code for YOU ARE OLD.