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Oh Joy | Traveling w/ a Toddler: "Bring toys and games. One great trick is to wrap up little toys and games your kids have never seen before in tissue paper and unwrap one every hour of the plane ride. I love that idea. While I've never brought quite that many items, I usually bring a handful of little toys, crayons, a coloring book, stickers, lots of snacks, and the thing that saves us most of the time: An iPad (in a durable case) filled with educational games and shows."
A write up from a wonderful presentation at the American Montessori conference. I personally left feeling equipped with tools - as a parent and educator - to work better with children generally. I would love to hear your experiences, pieces of advice and additional points to add to this list. Thanks!
Zippy No Mess painting with a resealable bag and some sponges. Just dip some pieces of a sponge in paint and put inside a resealable bag with a piece of paper. Close the bag and let your kid press on the sponges to make a beautiful painting! toddler preschool