At 22 months, Little P is not a big fan of puzzles. He does not dislike it, but it's not his choice of work most of the days. However, I continue making puzzles available in his shelf. I started out giving him these large-knobbed peg board puzzles which would sit for weeks in his shelf without being touched. There was a day though when he was 19 … [Read more...] about A Pegboard Puzzle We Love at 22 months
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!
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