Dr. Maria Montessori developed the Montessori method of education which emphasizes mainly on the development of the "whole" child - physical, social, emotional, cognitive. Hereby, I am listing a few practices that should be a part of the daily routine and the baby should be encouraged to do on his own. Better is to "practice rather than teach".
Play Dates are so much fun and learning at the same time. It is very important for young ones to mingle and play with other kids. I am happy to have a group of same-aged toddlers.
I have been trying my hands on crafts and easy DIY stuffs to utilize the "ME TIME" after the baby. So tried my hands on "No-Sew" Felt Quiet Book (read Pages). The focus or aim in making these felt pages was to introduce some concepts and refine fine and motor skills of my toddler.
Motherhood teaches us a lot, which includes teaching baby more with lesser expenses. Also they teach us how to make things simple for quick learning! When it comes to buying gifts/toys for my little one, I am a minimalist. I prefer to buy low cost toys with some learning experiences, shop mostly when sale or... Continue Reading →
It’s truly said that baby makes you learn new things, and one who has never sat idle is more forced to try hands on new things. And I used to utilize my “me time” with an infant in DIY easy projects of home décor. Sharing some super easy and low cost ideas here. Cereal... Continue Reading →
The act of coloring improves motor skills in young children. The actions and grip involved in coloring can aid in development of muscles of fingers and wrist.