Montessori Monday~ Seed Collecting and Giveaway Winners!!!!!
Well today we went out on a seed hunt! This is one of the awesome ideas from the waseca study and I really wanted to do it. We didn’t get to it last week, so I thought we would extend our plant study a week! Bunny has been really interested, so I thought we would keep going with the plant learning and get into the plant classifications and stuff like that while we are on the subject! So after a bit of work here at home, we headed to the park to see how many different kinds of seed we could find. Before we left I found a chart online about the different ways seeds are spread and we took that with us so we could compare it to what we found. We found several different grasses, but since it is spring, there really wasn’t too many types of seed that were out there to see. But it was fun to look!
The sooner I hear from you the sooner you will get your prize! (I need to hear from you by Wednesday or I will have to pick a new winner)
Now I really wish I could give each and everyone of you a bundle, but I really cant. 🙁 I can however give you all a discount on buying this amazing book! I REALLY cannot recommend this book enough! It is an AWESOME resource for anyone who is trying to start or is using Montessori in their home! Plus its affordable, especially since John Bowman is giving it to my readers for the next week for $7.95!!!! What a deal!!! You can buy the book (or the bundle) here! I hope you will all go and check it out! Happy Schooling Everyone!!!!
May 23, 2012 @ 6:34 am
Thank you so much.
May 25, 2012 @ 6:03 pm
I am trying to figure out the best time to switch Froggy Boots to a two wheel bike with training wheels. She is almost 3, but has only successfully peddled her tricycle on the sidewalk without my help a couple of times. I think it’s a mix of a lack of great large muscle coordination/strength and probably mostly just not having the confidence to do it. I don’t know whether giving her a two wheel bike (like the big kids) would encourage her and boost her confidence or whether she just needs to get the hang of the tricycle first. Do you have any thoughts on this from either a mom or a Montessori perspective, or both?