"Refreshing! Surreal experience!..." These were the words that escaped my mouth as we left Cintai Corito's Garden. Few months back, I solicited ideas at the glam-o-mamas FB page for local child-friendly vacation places where we can celebrate my birthday. I got an uncommon suggestion - "Cintai Corito". I immediately checked out their website … [Read more...] about Cintai Corito’s Garden with A Toddler (part1)
Gifts made with love are the sweetest! These two months we were celebrating his uncle's birthday and also Father's Day so I decided to let Little P paint on rocks which can be used as paperweights. Age when we did this activity: 18 and 19 months Materials: A rock with rough surface like the "codalo" variant on photo. We got ours at one … [Read more...] about Rock Painting Rocks!
Having a toddler taught me to always be creative in presenting something that they regularly see. Variety is the key. His foods and drinks are presented in different forms, placed on different plates, and cooked in different styles. Art is no different. We have been painting since he was a baby (future post) and I never stopped offering … [Read more...] about More Than An Ice Painting Activity
As a progressive preschool teacher turned mom, I take play seriously and it's probably one of the reasons why at 21 months, Little P's play area already went through more than 5 changes. It evolved from a plain play area to a Montessori-inspired one. These changes were based on the following factors: his developmental milestones his … [Read more...] about The Evolution of Our Play Area