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Learn the alphabets : Letter of the week series – (Letter Kk)

This week we are focusing on some easy, fun and hands-on activities to learn all about Letter Kk. 10 letters down the line, I am now “understanding” what my son is really looking forward to. It is now getting (sort of) easy to follow his cues (or at least I think so!). For this reason, you will see that the work trays on our shelf keep changing based on what my son likes :-) His current favorite interests are cutting and gluing works. He also loves to paint with washable colors. So I have included these works for letter K!

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K is for kitten

K is for karate – block play

K is for kimona

K is for king

Letter K practice

Letter of the week folder

LOTW Poster

These activities are a part of the “Letter of the week” collab that I am doing with my awesome mommy friend, Yuliya Fruman from Welcome to Mommyhood.  Do check her blog for some amazing activity ideas and brilliant free printables! :)

Love,

Amruta

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How to teach alphabets to children (Letter of the week series) – letter Jj

This week we are focusing on some easy, fun and hands-on activities to learn all about Letter Jj!

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J is for jacket

Japan unit study

Letter J practice

Letter of the week folder

LOTW Poster

These activities are a part of the “Letter of the week” collab that I am doing with my awesome mommy friend, Yuliya Fruman from Welcome to Mommyhood.  Do check her blog for some amazing activity ideas and brilliant free printables! :)

Love,

Amruta

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FREE activity planner / curriculum for Preschoolers (Montessori-inspired)

I am mighty excited and thrilled to FINALLY share a “work” that I have been working really hard on, for past couple of months – a comprehensive guide / curriculum / planner for you to design and plan activities for your child in a very hands-on, Montessori-inspired way!

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Sometimes we just get “stuck” and feel as if we are not giving right justice to our children’s exploratory , curious minds. Looking at pinterest and instagram gives me tons of inspiration, but it also leaves me overwhelmed. So I decided to chart down and plan a very informal, unstructured, fun, child-led curriculum for my son. Whether you are supplementing your school going child’s activities at home or currently homeschooling, this planner will serve as a great reference point. The planner is hugely inspired by Montessori, and hence it is completely flexible and child led. Follow your child always and tweak the activities accordingly :) That’s my mantra!

You can use bits and parts of this planner (or the planner as a whole) and / or tweak it according to what suits your child the best.

Catch this video on my YT channel as i take you through the planner in detail:

If you like what you see, and are benefiting from this, please don’t forget to leave me a message / comment. (I tend to reply faster on my YouTube channel..:) ). Also don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel so you don’t miss any of my upcoming videos (I have tons of awesome stuff coming up on my channel :) )

Download your FREE copy here : Montessori inspired Preschool curriculum – 2016

God bless,

Amruta

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How to teach alphabets to children (Letter of the week series) – letter Ii

This week we are focusing on some easy, fun and hands-on activities to learn all about Letter Ii!

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I is for Igloo

I is for Insect

Letter I practice

Letter of the week folder

LOTW Poster

Countries starting with I

These activities are a part of the “Letter of the week” collab that I am doing with my awesome mommy friend, Yuliya Fruman from Welcome to Mommyhood.  Do check her blog for some amazing activity ideas and brilliant free printables! :)

Love,

Amruta

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How to teach alphabets to children (Letter of the week series) – letter Hh

This week we are focusing on some easy, fun and hands-on activities to learn all about Letter Hh!

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My son ABSOLUTELY loved the works, and was super happy that we are back with this set of activities :-)

hedgehog

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H is for Hat

H is for Hedgehog

Happy children – Pre-reading cards

Helicopter and helipad number matching (11-22)

Helicopter matching cards

Honey bee pre writing practice

Letter H practice

Letter of the week folder

LOTW Poster

These activities are a part of the “Letter of the week” collab that I am doing with my awesome mommy friend, Yuliya Fruman from Welcome to Mommyhood.  Do check her blog for some amazing activity ideas and brilliant free printables! :)

Love,

Amruta

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How to teach alphabets to children? (Letter of the week series) – Letter Gg

This week we are focusing on some easy, fun and hands-on activities to learn all about Letter Gg!PicMonkey CollageCatch the entire video on my YouTube channel.

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Billy Goats – Story based activity

G is for Garden

Gumball machine

Letter G practice

Letter of the week folder

LOTW poster

These activities are a part of the “Letter of the week” collab that I am doing with my awesome mommy friend, Yuliya Fruman from Welcome to Mommyhood.  Do check her blog for some amazing activity ideas and brilliant free printables! :)

Love,

Amruta

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How to teach alphabets to children? (Letter of the week series) – Letter Ff

This week we are focusing on some easy, fun and hands-on activities to learn all about Letter Ff.

PicMonkey CollageRight from using play dough, to setting up a farm scene and learning about different types of Fish, this set of activities kept my son happily engaged :-)

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Letter of the week folder Ee

F is for fire engine – number matching

Farm Pretend play

Fish – Types (pre-reading or matching)

Letter F practice

Letter of the week folder

LOTW Poster

These activities are a part of the “Letter of the week” collab that I am doing with my awesome mommy friend, Yuliya Fruman from Welcome to Mommyhood.  Do check her blog for some amazing activity ideas and brilliant free printables! :)

Love,

Amruta

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Letter E themed Busy Bags for toddlers and preschoolers!

We love busy bags! I feel it is a really fun way to present an activity and do some play based learning. For letter E series, instead of shelf activities, I created these fun busy bags (and two busy boxes) for my son! Needless to say, they were a huge hit :-)

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Download the Letter E busy bag printables here:

Do-A-Dot Egg printable

E is for Egg and Geometric Solid

Egg poem

Egg Sequencing cards

Exercise command cards!

Oviparous animals

Catch the entire video on my YouTube channel.

Also don’t forget to hop onto Yuliya’s blog, Welcome to Mommyhood for more activities and printables for this Letter of the week series :-)

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Learn the alphabets! (Letter of the week series) – Letter Dd

Today I am excited to share some super simple activities that we did this week for Letter Dd. These activities are a part of the “Letter of the week” collab that I am doing with my awesome mommy friend, Yuliya Fruman from Welcome to Mommyhood.

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Download your Free printables for these activities here:

Days of the week color match

Daytime template

Dinosaur number match (1-10)

Diver & Doctor – sorting game

Doughnuts puzzle game

Letter D practice

Letter of the week Dd

LOTW – Poster Dd

Catch the entire video on my YouTube channel.

Also don’t forget to hop onto Yuliya’s blog, Welcome to Mommyhood for more activities and printables for this series :-)

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Easy & Fun Color Mixing activities for children!

Color mixing activities can be so much fun! It simply is magical for the child to see how two primary colors mix to form a secondary color! :-) PicMonkey Collage Here is a fun video where I take you through super simple and easy color mixing experiments that you can do at home with your children:

Also do not forget to download this Free printable that comes along:  Color Mixing experiment

Cheers,

Amruta