Keeping little ones out of trouble and focused on something good can often be a challenge. More often than not, the solution seems to be more toys or activities or games- but then you’re completely overwhelmed by clutter and their attention can be short! Maria Montessori said, “To assist a child we must provide him with an environment which will enable him to develop freely.” Everyone wants that environment for their child- but how is that cultivated while keeping little ones engaged in active, beneficial activity that helps them develop maturity, life skills, and confidence?
If you are looking for a “menu” of ideas to give your toddler opportunities for independence and engaged play throughout your day, this is it. This list is low-stress, practical, Montessori-inspired, educational, and developmentally appropriate. Download it now for FREE by heading over to Life, Abundantly.
Erin is a joy-chasing homeschool mama to 4 babies, ages 13 down to 1. She married her grade-school sweetheart 15 years ago, and lives to love him well. Her abiding love for Jesus Christ, and her heart to encourage other women toward him dictates her days. Her tag line is: Jesus in. Joy out. Erin writes about homeschooling, taking hard moments captive for Christ, and loving her family well at Life, Abundantly.
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