One of the most beautiful Montessori materials is the sets of color tablets. There is just something about the rainbow of shades sitting so neatly in the box that I find so inviting! I knew I just HAD to do my own take on them and create some DIY Montessori Color Tablets!Continue reading “How to Create a Stunning Rainbow of Custom DIY Montessori Color Tablets”
If you need to know one thing about me it’s this, I LOVE a good DIY project. Especially one that really isn’t too complicated and you can knock out in a day. My DIY semicircles and planks were just that kind of project. Simple and straightforward! Check out how I made them below. As well as some ideas for ways to use them!Continue reading “Super Simple DIY Semicircles and Planks for Extra Rainbow Fun”
When it comes time for playtime with your newborn consider some DIY Montessori Inspired Mobiles! I have two simple variations on some traditional Montessori mobiles that you can make at home with a few simple supplies!Continue reading “2 Simple Montessori Inspired Mobiles for your Newborn”
I finally finished our DIY stacker toys!!! Seriously this has been months in the making. These are going to be great open-ended toys to add to Bitty’s collection and I can’t wait to watch her grow and learn with them!
PSA: Buckle up baby. Long Post AlertContinue reading “Homemade Wooden DIY Stacker Toys”
Our open-ended loose parts are probably one of Bitty’s favorite toys but with that said she is still quite young and often needs some kind of invitation to play for them. Enter our DIY loose parts tools!
Our DIY sensory bin table began long ago, at least the idea of it did. Shortly after I started sensory bins with Bitty I got the grand idea to make a sensory table for the back porch. The idea was always for it to be outside. She would have her smaller indoor tray and then the large table outside. It also served as a way to avoid having both a sandbox and a water table for her to play in as the sensory table could do both!Continue reading “DIY Sensory Bin Table Walkthrough”
The first time I heard the term loose parts was last fall; and trust me, you and your kids have played with loose parts. You just maybe haven’t used that term.
Loose parts play is just providing random loose parts for kids to do whatever they want with. They might make them play food or make patterns out of them. They might see how high they can stack them or sort them by color. The idea is that it is entirely up to your kid and their imagination!Continue reading “DIY Loose Parts Toys”
Don’t let yourself get overwhelmed by the idea of building a sensory bin for your kiddo. They are super easy to do and only take 4 steps to endless fun!Continue reading “4-Step Sensory Bins Formula”