We have travelled back to my home town for Christmas and bought along with us some new Montessori works. This puzzle was actually a Christmas present.
We love puzzles 🧩 from the pincer grip to the fine motor co-ordination and the visual perception needed.
The feeling of success when you get the puzzle piece to fit.
I’ve got my eye on some more puzzles because I can never resist!
This isn’t a long post, but since we just picked two marigolds from our garden our little display looked extra cute!
Our ‘days of the week’ gnomes were painted by us a while ago, but A seems really interested in knowing what the day is at the moment.
Before this they have been played with, and they look a little worse for wear but that’s what makes them extra special.
I love this aspect of Waldorf education. Each day of the week has it’s own colour, so it’s really helping A understand the weekly rhythm.
I bought the holder a couple of years ago from Dragonfly Toys from here.
2 Year’s 4 months
A’s babysitter bought him a set of second hand dominoes from our local Christmas fete.
He also bought A a few toys from the lucky dip as well. A is pretty spoilt 😆
I was trying to teach A how to get out the dominoes other then just overturning the box and dumping them out. Impossible task right now because he’s all about the dumping out at the moment.
We tried lining up the dominoes by matching the animals, but this was as far as A got before he lost interest in that game. So I let him free play.
He built ‘towers’ and a ‘snake’.
But at least we talked about animals, which is one of his favourite topics at the moment.
Hi, I'm Pamela. A nail crazy lady with green hair. I live in outback Queensland with my toddler and my husband. I love books, writing and crafting. For more info about me go to my 'About' page.