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Webinar: Tuesday Sept 27 @7pm

How Montessori Fosters Every Child’s Potential
with Paula Lillard Preschlack, M.Ed.

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  • September 23: 12:30pm Early Release – Teacher Professional Development.
  • October 10: Teacher Work Day. No School.
  • October 19-21: Fall Break – LE/UE Only

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Indoor Activity Tips for Your Toddler

With Coronavirus precautions still in place, here’s Triangle Montessori Academy suggestion for activities for toddlers: 

  1. Shaving Cream Sensory DIY Shaving cream is a wonderful indoor sensory activity that toddlers love. Squirt some on a pan and just let them have fun. Add food coloring if you like. You might want to put them in an old shirt and maybe put a towel down, too. It does get messy.
  2. Cardboard Box Train Get out the cardboard boxes and create! Let the imaginations flow. A box can be anything: a train, ramps for cars, an airplane, a house. 
  3. Sticky Spider Web Tape up the doorway and throw some newspapers (or cotton balls!) at it to see if you can stick them. A great indoor activity for gross motor skills.
  4. Pop Bottle Bowling Indoor Toddler Activity Bowl indoors. Grab one of the kids’ balls. Set up a few items for pins. Lots of things will work for these, pop bottles, paper towel tube, or toilet paper works too.
  5. Straw Threaded Shoestring Necklace Create a necklace, toddler style! Use a piece of string (a shoestring works well because of the hard end) and something to thread on it. Big beads would be great. But other items such as straws or large pasta noodles work too. This would be a great fine motor activity. 
  6. Lines of Colored Tape Tape a line on the floor in different ways (zig zag, curvy or straight) and have a toddler walk along it, trying to balance their best. Can they do it forward, how about walking backward? Another great motor activity that can be done indoors.

Triangle Montessori Academy is a Cary preschool emphasizing art, mathematics, practical life, Spanish, yoga, meditation, and music. The private, year-round school was founded in 2008 and accepts children from 18 months old up to six years old. The school is a member of the American Montessori Society and all teachers are AMS-certified. Students at the school are exposed to Montessori-style teaching approaches, including individual learning according to each child’s style and pace, multi-age classrooms that allow children to advance when they are ready, and a nurturing of students’ natural curiosity.

For more information, call 919.463.7770, or visit our Website at www.trianglemontessori.org.