Montessori-Inspired Art: Bleeding Tissue Paper

We are getting fancy with our art trays this year!  This is actually something I learned about from one of our Kids Night In boxes, and I knew it would make the perfect work for our art shelves. I cut up some bleeding tissue paper (this will NOT work with regular tissue paper) and put […]

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Thanksgiving Traditions: Making a Thankfulness Tree [with free printable thankfulness leaf prompts]

This is the third year now that we have decided to grow a Thankfulness Tree during the month of November, and this year I decided to tweak it a bit.  In the past, we’ve had a tree with blank leaves that we could write whatever we wanted on — but after the first few days, […]

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Salt Dough Dinosaur Fossils

We dove into our new Dinosaur study in September and will be learning everything we can about the Mesozoic Era through mid-January!  I will eventually be sharing our entire study on here [of course!], but first I need to finish sharing our botany study.  So I’ll just share this fun work the girls and I […]

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Montessori-Inspired Pumpkin Activities

I’ll admit it:  I have a tiny bit of a pumpkin obsession.  Not in a “basic” way (whatever that means…) — I’m actually not a fan of pumpkin spice anything.  But when it comes to using them in the classroom, I’m obsessed! Every year I find new ways to use pumpkins to teach, so I […]

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