June – Our Montessori At Home In Pictures




strawberries from our garden

counting fun

green beans

soft felt play book – Tiny Town Picnic Fun

beach time

imaginative play – Mia’s Shop

bug bingo

preparing snack for herslef

sorting hard/soft objects

flower soup

1000 Things to Spot in the Garden– we spotted Slug

play doh fun

building the tower

introduction to literacy

baking time


June in Books

what the ladybird heard on holiday /animal actions/a summery saturday morning

what did busy bee see/tiddler/summer/at the beach/a busy day for birds


I often receive messages this time of year asking about our routine during the summer. For our home this summer, we will have a mixture of structure and unstructured time in our day. Like many homes, we plan to settle into the relaxed days of summer, taking a break from every day routine. One thing that always remains is reading. We always read, regardless of location and activity and season. You will find books in our car, in our bags, and almost in every room of our home. Enjoy the glimpse.

L, xo





  • Alina Orozco


    Love all of these ideas. How old is your little one? I wonder if my 2 1/2 year old is too young. So far he just destroys all of the activities I set up for him, ha ha!

    • Leky83

      She is 34 months. It takes time be patient and keep offering new activities ????

  • Jasmine Hewitt


    i love these ideas, i thik my son can get into them

    • Leky83

      Thanks Jasmine.

  • Tabitha Blue


    I just love all that you’re doing with her!!! Such sweet photos and great supplies too, thanks for sharing!

    • Leky83

      Aww thank you Tabitha.

  • Whitney


    As a preschool teacher I loved learning about thedifferent teaching styles Montessori is so inspiring!

    • Leky83

      I agree 🙂 Thank you Whitney.

  • Annemarie LeBlanc


    I don’t have little kids anymore but I do have a toddler grandson. He’s 30 months old and loves his number puzzles. He can identify and count up to 20. He also loves his magnetic alphabet board and he pretty much knows how to spell his name, and a few 3 letter words. We might start him on using play-doh soon so we can work on his fine motor skills and creative play.

    • Leky83

      That’s fantastic.

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