April – Our Montessori At Home In Pictures




water colours – flowers inspired art

herbs and spices tray

exploring sense of smell

matching different herbs

exploring and tasting different spices

‘Meet Peter Rabbit’ at Kew Gardens

ice-cream time

matching activity – sandpaper letters and animals

exploring green house in Kew Gardens

at the beach

looking into books

tent in the garden – play time

Mia’s tomatoe plant is growing

lunch time

snack tray

at Southbank, Underbelly Festival Aliens Love Underpants Show

more images: @mylittlekeepers


April in Books

Aliens Love Underpants/Spring/Vegetable Glue

Pairs! in the Garden/Where next, Teddy?/We’re Going on a Bear Hunt/

Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt/Lots: The Diversity of Life on Earth


I was quiet this month here! April is always busy in our home, Spring’s arrival brings many TO DOs and with warmer weather I tend to stay longer outside and soak all sunny days we possibly can. We are in a good daily routine at the moment enjoying the books, trips and activities. Enjoy the glimpse!


L, xo

  • carly


    such beautiful pictures!!

    • Leky83

      Thank you!

  • Meg


    Beautiful pictures, and I love how much of your learning happens with real-world, hands-on stuff. Looks like a fabulous month!

    • Leky83

      Thanks Meg!

  • Eevi-Sofia


    This is very impressive of how much hands on you do. I love it, though I am not sure if I had the energy to do it all. SO way to go!

    • Leky83

      Thank you so much!

  • Joanna Clute


    What an absolutely adorable and fun way to teach! It looks like you really make her learning experience memorable.

    • Leky83

      I’m trying my best. Thanks Joanna.

  • Julie


    Love the pics! Love the idea of exploring different smells. The tent is super cute. Love the multiple round tray that holds a variety of foods.

    • Leky83

      Thank you Julie so much!

  • Bridgid M.


    This was such a joy to look at. Awesome photos. I love this

    • Leky83

      Thank you so much Bridgid.

  • Eileen Mendoza Loya


    Sensory learning is a great way of teaching kids about things. It sure looks like you both enjoy this learning process together!

    • Leky83

      Thank you Eileen.

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