Thursday, 26 April 2012

Montessori activities for my 5 year old

I realised that I haven't shared any Montessori inspired activities that we do with my 5 year old daughter for quite a while. 


We had a handmade geo board but I recently bought this. Great for fine motor skills and Defne enjoys creating patterns.

 I bought this lovely puzzle for 2 pounds during Chrtistmas sale. The inside  puzzle is okay but the outside puzzle is quite tricky. But we love challenges!

Transferring nuts using a spoon (for my 2 year old)

                       Transferring almonds using a clip handle tea strainer. Defne enjoyed it so much!

                                             These velcro shapes are great to form numbers!



Sensory play with jelly (gorgeous color and smell!)

11 comments :

  1. I love that apple puzzle! I bet my son (20 mo.) could start transfering the nuts into a dish like that...thanks for sharing your ideas! Pinning them so I remember to try them out! :)

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  2. Süper.
    İlk aktiviteye bayıldım.
    For my 5 yerars old girl.

    Best
    Çiğdem

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  3. Yes, perfect for fine motor skills and making patterns. Love the rubber band one. Brings back memories.

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  4. I love the tea strainer transferring and that puzzle looks great. I've pinned this!

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  5. What a great collection of activities! I especially like the sensory play with jelly!

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  6. Love all the Montessori ideas! Will be tweeting!

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  7. I love the rubberband board, and the sensory play with jelly looks nice and messy! Thanks for sharing these neat ideas.

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  8. Those velcro shapes look awesome! So tactile, too. Thanks for sharing with us at the Kids Co-Op this week. :)

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  9. Lovely idea. Where do you get the velcro pieces and elastic band board from?

    Love the idea of Jelly play!

    Thank you for sharing on Family Frolics. :)

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  10. Thanks for the comment love.
    Multiple Mummy,
    Velcro pieces are from Muji and geoboard from Amazon.

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  11. Great ideas! I love the Geo board.

    Thanks for linking to Fun Sparks xx

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