Buddy turned three this year! Since we’re still on lockdown here in the Philippines, we decided to have a simple celebration at home. Buddy wanted a red cake and some macarons. I’ve been saving these birthday themed books that I was excited to read to him. I found these Debra Fraiser books from a second-hand
DIY FELT MOVABLE ALPHABETS or MA is a Montessori material used for writing. I decided to DIY this because it looked fun to do. Boy, I was wrong. Haha. It took a lot of research and resources for me to get what I wanted. I could’ve just bought an MA but it’s one of those
I’ve been thinking about this for weeks. After consuming inspirational and hmm documentaries that warn about the usage of social media. It pushed me towards defining what I really want to share and stuff I will keep for us from this point. I journaled about these Tagalog words amin vs atin how you interchange a
How do you show a child where he is in this vast universe? The cosmos is a very hard concept to grasp. So grateful that Montessori allowed me to see that there is a framework for us to understand the world and our place within it, which can and I believe should be part of
It’s hard for me to track all these Kindle books I want and if I check on Amazon, I’d get sucked into browsing other titles. Haha. So making this list for me, so I can click whenever I want to check if prices go down. Hope it helps you, I’ll try to update the links
Parenting can be a truly radical act. The way in which we raise our children can have a profound positive (or negative) impact on our families, our communities, and our world. Eloise Rickman The book Extraordinary Parenting by Eloise Rickman got released at a time when most parents needed encouragement. Staying at home during this
How are you and your notion planning? I’ve received several good feedbacks on my first **post**so that really inspired me to share more and plan out some regular content about Notion. Here is a quick one for you, a minimalist home page, with line drawing icons from Notion.VIP Click the copy button of the icon you want to use.
GTD, Trello, To doist, Evernote, Wikis. Just some of the productivity tools that I have used or explored to find THE app that will suit my needs. Some of these I’ve been using for more than 5 years like Evernote. Some, I abandon for a while due to app fatigue! I have not found a one-size-fits-all application.
I think Montessori Math is genius. When I first read about it, all kinds of wonder filled me. How I wish I learned math this way! I remember telling my husband that I’d prefer if he taught Buddy math cause I don’t think I can. But knowing about Montessori’s work gave me confidence to trust