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Diwali Celebration

Our primary community celebrated Diwali today, India’s “Festival of Lights”. Diwali is celebrated in many different ways, depending on where one lives. This festival marks the last harvest of the year before winter, and also represents the victory of good over evil. 197 more words


Educational Light Cube: Sorting Colorful Plastic Circles

View the beautiful effects of colorful mylar shapes on the Light Cube! 210 more words


Pumpkin Explosion Sensory Play

I got this idea off of Pinterest from http://www.littlebinsforlittlehands.com. Addy was anxiously awaiting this day for so long ever since I had asked her if she wanted to make a volcano out of a pumpkin. 298 more words


Is Curriculum Covered or Uncovered?

So often the goal of education is to cover curriculum: addition of fractions, multiplication of large numbers, writing paragraphs, U.S. history, biology and so on. What if the goal is to… 321 more words


Implementing Montessori At Home

“From small beginnings come great things”

~ Proverb

As a new parent I remember feeling confused and overwhelmed. What did I know about raising a child and guiding one?

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No Cook Homemade Playdough (Taste Safe)

Recommended for children 12 months and over with very close supervision

Playdough is a always good investment for a toy that your child would love. You can add a lot of different texture such as adding oat / sand / glitters, etc. 334 more words


The Teal Pumpkin Project

This year, we’ve chosen to participate in the “Teal Pumpkin Project”, an alternative, new tradition for our young friends who have food allergies restricting them from candy or sweets that are typically distributed this time of year. 154 more words