This is what we are choosing from on our new shelves:
Sorting Spring flowers.
I found images on Google of crocuses, daffodils, hyacinths, snowdrops and tulips.
We are also growing these in our garden.
This can be as easy or as complicated as you want to make it.
This came from Montessori Print Shop and they are nice pictures.
This is a game called Insey Wincey Spider for learning about shapes.
From Orchard games.
I laminated this sheet of spring flowers and numbers he finds hard to write to use with a wipeable pen.
3 letter words that rhyme with hat.
Imaginative play with pond scenes.
Magic Painting books- paint with water only.
Really toddler friendly.
This is left over from Valentines.
I sewed a heart from felt and sewed on large heart buttons.
He has to put the small coloured felt hearts on the buttons,
or thread them onto the ribbon.
Inspired by Counting Coconuts.
Match the clothes on the teddies.
Feed the coins in the money box.
Little Seed loves this.
Spooning tulip flowers into an ice cube tray.
He has to spoon 3 into each compartment.
Little Seed likes this too.
Nice flowers from Ebay.
They make a nice tinkling sound in the ramekin.
Pouring real beans.
Sandpaper numerals with a notebook and crayon in the basket
(which you can't see as it was being used.)
We are also doing lots of Spring art, reading Spring themed books,
and sowing lots of seeds too.