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This week we are learning about Endangered animals through our focus on the letter G. Sadly there are alot of animals that are endangered but we chose to focus on just 4. The Giraffe, the Gorilla, the agreen sea turtle and the Grizzly Bear. We’ve added some information cards for each one so you and… Read more
These are for those long car rides, plane trips, rainy days and no school days where you need some peace but don’t want to use a screen. These are for the imperfect Montessori and Waldorf moms. The nature play moms who just want a day indoors and the no screen time moms who are thinking… Read more
This post will be brief as I know all you busy moms have better things to do than read a long blog post. Covid-2019 is here and many schools are closed as a result. We know this. Even if Covid-2019 wasn’t a reality there are still days when you simply have to have your children… Read more
An Invitation to Create. This is a fun little shape activity that involves recycling and reusing. For this activity all you need is a piece of plain paper (maybe a couple pieces if your child enjoys the craft), a stick of glue, and some scrap paper. Easy resources and it’ll keep your kids occupied for… Read more
Learning about circles. While learning about shapes one of our crafts focused on circles. We also learnt about insects at the same time we learnt about shapes so this was a doubly cute craft. All you need is some paint and a toilet paper roll. If you have googly eyes, pipe cleaners and cotton balls… Read more
Content we explore.
- Science experiments
- Exploring new places.
- Sensory ideas.
- Play based learning
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Who we are?
We are teachers and explorers. We are currently living in Thailand with our two rabbits, River and Kohana. We are expecting another little explorer in December. We hope to inspire children, parents and other teachers to learn from the world around them. Our motto is “Messy hands mean we are learning.”