Here are some ideas from my blog:http://leptir-mojpribor.blogspot.com/2010/03/malo-vjezbi-iz-prakticnog-zivota.htmlhttp://leptir-mojpribor.blogspot.com/2010/01/jos-zimskih-aktivnosti.htmlhttp://leptir-mojpribor.blogspot.com/2009/12/grabljenje.htmlhttp://leptir-mojpribor.blogspot.com/2009/08/konacno-prakticni-zivot.htmlhttp://leptir-mojpribor.blogspot.com/2009/05/prakticni-zivot_08.htmlFor all practical life activities go here:http://leptir-mojpribor.blogspot.com/search/label/prakti%C4%8Dni%20%C5%BEivot
Hi Butterfly!Thanks for sharing your practical life activities. You are so creative...Can I encourage you to translate some of your card materials into English for download? They look promising!K.
Hi Kathy,I have tons of practical life work listed on my blog (and more to come in the next couple of days). Just wanted to let you know I linked back to you on my current post. Oh and I see you listed me on your sidebar - thank you!! :)Mari-AnnCounting Coconuts
You're welcome. Do you have a link with the practical life activities together? You are welcome for the sidebar...I like to include the blogs I am following or who follow my blog.Hey what do you think about an international list of Montessori bloggers? I notice some great blogs were missing from the top 50, mostly from other countries...gotta include these montessorians doing great things in Spanish, Croation, German and Italian! Some of the really wonderfulmaterials are from non-English speaking countries! (like Montessori herself!)
I don't know if you've seen this one:http://www.flickr.com/photos/35832724@N02/?saved=1It has lots of toddler ideas.
Thank you so much. I think there are a few there that are really good for a little toddler. I like the shoe matching and the big clear balls in the egg plate. I did make a set of huge colored bead stairs out of really big beads. The trick is to pick out beads big enough not to choke on and tie and seal the ends. I used super glue on the knots and that fused the ends so the strings would not come untied. This bead stair has gotten lots of use. Thanks for sharing...K.
Hi Kathy! Although my blog is in Hebrew, I categorize everything in English. You are welcome to take a look. I have also a Flicker account. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. You grandchild is very lucky...:)
Thank you for sharing this! I think that is so groovey that you are writing in Hebrew. My grandson is part Jewish (Dad), so I amvery interested in his heritage!I actually found some Judaica materials online which I'll include in the next post.Kathy
I am looking forward to this post. If I can help you with something on the "Jewish side", please let me know. You might be interested to know that there are Hebrew Montessori Materials available at http://www.shop.montessoriprintshop.com/Hebrew_c176.htm