Sunday, September 18, 2011

A Montessori/Waldorf-y Blog You Should Read Right Now

Okay, so, first of all, it was fun making my little newsletter, but out of 80 subscribers and 130 blog followers on blogger, I got feedback from about 5 people, so, forget it, I'm not doing it. It's too time consuming for that little lovin'. So, I'll just post things as I come across them.

I came across an awesome Montessori blog that has, among other things, a calendar system a lot like the one I just set up, the exact same play dough recipe we use, and  a post about making her own butter. I want everyone to know that I am not copying her. She just happens to have some of my more awesome qualities. (wink, wink). Also, she takes better pictures. My camera sucks and I have no photography skills, and I am convinced that this is why I don't have thousands of followers, and not because I am abrasive and post only infrequently.

Get to the blog, already!

Counting Coconuts (CLICK HERE) has this going on:

Free Printables including a few nomenclature cards and some calendar awesomeness.

Lego Math ideas.

This homemade calendar that includes moon phases and a prayer-of-the-day, which is a brilliant idea I may steal with inspirational quotes.

Also, knitting, a nature table, arts and crafts, theme units, and a brand new delicious baby to coo over. I'd post a picture of the baby but that's really creepy to post pictures of strangers' babies on your blog.

4 comments:

  1. Thanks! Need all kinds of ideas for homeschooling right now, feeling very uninspired.

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  2. That calendar is just what I needed to see! I have this old cork board that is just sitting around and now I know what to do with it. You are the bestest fairy goddess mother EVER!

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  3. Oooooo....I DO want to be a fairy goddess!!!

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  4. Hi, i am so into the lego math and the calendar. That calendar reminds me of when life was a little simpler and not plastic when i was in kindergarten. So, thanks for the throwback. And BTW I am your new follower. Thank you for sharing all of your great ideas and beautiful materials. Please check out my blog: montessoriworkjobs.blogspot.com and use anything you like.
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