Activity Planner Month 3 | Themes: Human Body and Music
guided learning, low prep activities, fun & engaging printables, 4-week prefilled planner
What is guided learning? It is a form of learning that is grounded on the basis of the fundamental principles of early childhood development. We all know that children thrive within clear boundaries and when provided with a concrete structure. Preschool Activity Planner is here to help you and give you tools and very specific steps to create an environment where the child will receive just enough guidance to then use these skills to propel his or her development and progress further in the learning journey, encourage spontaneous activity that forms child’s personality.
I want you to stop wondering and stressing over having to plan educational and fun learning activities for your preschooler. So allow a professional early childhood teacher to give you peace of mind. I created a planner with activities that cover all main areas of a child’s development and support a child’s cognitive, emotional, and physical growth naturally and engagingly.
The total value of all materials included with the Month One planner when bought separately is over $100.
HERE IS WHAT'S INCLUDED
4-Week Prefilled Planner
Each day comes with low prep activities that cover major areas of a child’s development and foster independence, creativity, and critical thinking. No need to purchase expensive materials. Most of the activities are easy to prepare and set up.
Two preschool packs with hands-on activities
Pack #1. Human Body Preschool Pack
Pack #2. Music Preschool Pack
Fun, engaging, educational, Montessori-minded. This is what I aimed for when I was creating these preschool learning packs for children. Detailed instructions and activity variations are also included.
The bonus library contains downloads with hundreds of pages from my shop with Montessori-inspired printables.
About the Author
Anastasia is an early childhood teacher with 10 years of experience working in a Montessori classroom. Now she is a homeschooling mother of three. Her passion is to support fellow parents and help foster a love of learning and independence in their young children. Anastasia is not a stranger to the homeschool challenges parents face when they first begin to homeschool their children. She has been raising her three children with Montessori principles at heart from the very start. She stepped into a Montessori classroom for the first time eighteen years ago and has never looked back. The second-generation teacher, Anastasia was brought up in a school that at the time was called "experimental". Located in the forest, with a lake, acres of the wild forest for students to call their playground, innovative teachers, international summer camps, and eleven students per classroom, it could not be any further away from traditional education. At twenty years of age, Anastasia had a university degree under her belt, she pursued her passion for intentional travel. She continued to study in Europe and volunteer to work with underprivileged children in Russia. Later she pursued her desire to continue working with children and get her official teaching degree. She completed her Post Grad in Early Childhood in Australia and worked at the American Montessori preschool classroom in Russia and at Montessori Children's House in Australia. She also volunteered to work in a childcare center in the US and spent an unforgettable summer in the woods of Montana working as a counselor in a Summer camp.
However, nothing can be more testing and satisfying for Anastasia as working and investing in the future of her own children. Once her oldest turned three, she started to homeschool. Now she is very keen to share her experience and eager to help parents avoid mistakes she has made along the way.
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