Thursday, March 10, 2011

March Activities

Actividades de Marzo

These are our March shelf Activities , our theme for the month is Rainbow colors but not all the activities are related to this theme. I have planned lots of rainbow activities for science and art that I will be posting next week.

Estas son nuestras actividades de Marzo, nuestro tema para el mes son los colores del arco iris, pero no todas las actividades están relacionadas con este tema. Se ha proyectado mas actividades del arco iris para la ciencia y el arte que voy a publicar la próxima semana.

Practical Life / Vida Practica


Woodworking Activity

Trabajo en madera

Sorting buttons by color
Clasificacion de botones por color
  

Sorting wooden beads by color
Clasificacion de cuentas por color

Transferring poms by hand

Transfiriendo poms con la mano

Spooning pasta

Utilizacion de cuchara




Beading a necklace
Haciendo un collar

Transferring   wet  felted  balls

       Transfiriendo   bolitas de fibra de lana


Transferring star beads

Transfiriendo estrellas de un embase a otro

Bolts and nuts

Tornillos y tuercas
 Science




Anatomy of a horse puzzle

Rompecabezas de la anatomia del caballo
 SENSORIAL


Red box of Knobless Cylinders

Caja Roja de Cilindros (grueso y delgado)


Mystery Bag

Bolsa Misteriosa




MATH

                                    

Rainbow color numbers I printed from here. Thanks Erika for your great work!

Imprimi estos numeros de aqui. Gracias Erika por tu hermoso trabajo!


Number Rods

Barras de numeros


Colored Bead

Perlas de Colores

LANGUAGE/ Lenguaje


Making Words Puzzle (favorite). There are 16 word puzzles and she loves working with them.

Hacer  palabras del rompecabezas (favoritos). Hay 16 palabras  a formar, C se divierte con estos.


CULTURE/ Cultura


This a cool set of matching  different flags with people..I like it. So sorry I can't remember where I found this set, if any of you know please let me know.

 Esta actividad  de emparejar  diferentes banderas con personas... me gusta. Disculpenme, no recuerdo donde encontré estas figuras , si alguno de ustedes sabe por favor hágamelo saber.


ART / Arte

                                         
Rainbow color stamps

Estampando colores del arco iris


Thank you! GRACIAS!

17 comments:

about a girl said...

Beautiful activities! I love how you have the goggles with the woodworking! I bet she looks super cute wearing all of her safety gear.
Did you sew the holder for your three part cards? I'm trying to figure out the best way to hold all of my three part cards for my continent boxes and yours looks great.
If you did sew it do you have a pattern?

Olives and Pickles said...

About a girl, thanks for your comment! She has fun wearing the goggles. I want to take a picture of her!
Yes I did sew the cards holder..I just measured the cards and create the holder with those measures. I don't have an specific pattern as much as I looked online I couldn't find any tutorial or ideas to make this one. But if you want I can create a pattern of my holder and e-mail it to you...but I don't know if your cards are the same size of mine..just let me know.I will be more than happy to do it.

C loved putting the cards back on the holder..she just looked so interested on them!

Big hugs.

Ewa said...

Great activities. I bet you will have a nice rainbow month. I love the word puzzles. We had a very similar set which has become also a hit in our house. Love.
Ewa

Discovering Montessori said...

I absolutely love the woodworking work! I am going to set this up for the kids. Thank you for sharing. Now I am on the hunt for some wood:)

Olives and Pickles said...

Ewa, Thank you for your nice comment.have a great weekend.

Discovering Montessori, I also love the wooden activity, I bought the goggles,hammer and the apron as a set at Lowes" child size" the hammer is very very light weight.I paid for this set $9. I think it is very reasonable considering that I was looking on line for child size tool and only for the hammer they are asking $10.
Hope this helps..good luck finding wood.

about a girl said...

Thanks Patty. I think I'll get my mom to give it a go. She's really great at sewing. I'm going to use yours as a model!

merche29 said...

unas ideas geniales!!! me las guardo.

Elle Belles Bows said...

Patty,

Great works as always! I am not certain that I can say that I have a favorite!

I also love your new header for your blog!

Kerri

Olives and Pickles said...

Thank you my friends!
Gracias mis amigas!

Deb Chitwood said...

Your woodworking activity is great! I was focusing on St. Patrick's Day activities for my post today, though, and your rainbow activities fit in perfectly! I linked to your post at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2011/03/14/montessori-inspired-st-patricks-day-activities/

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas said...

wonderful activities! we are doing a rainbow theme soon and your ideas have inspired me! Thanks

Bernadette
http://momto2poshlildivas.blogspot.com

Heather@Cultivated Lives said...

What great ideas. I'm really going to have to find some wood. I have three boys who keep eyeing my lightweight hammer and I know they would just LOVE to hammer away! :)

Marta said...

Great stuff like always!

Kids around the world and matching flags are from my favorite site :-)
http://kizclub.com/teaching.htm

Olives and Pickles said...

Thank you Marta for the info!Have a great weekend.

Karen said...

Wow!! que lindas actividades, me encantan!! bellas bandejas y materiales!! ay la pasta en colores!! hermosa, el caballo, matematicas y cultural!! Todo!!!! Gracias x compartir!!

Karen said...

ay se me quedaron las bolitas para abotonar!!! estan... ESPECTACULARES!!

Olives and Pickles said...

Gracias Karen por tus bellos comentarios!!