my white room


i never saw a moor—
i never saw the sea—
yet know i how the heather looks
and what a billow be.

e.d.



1/16/12

little by little
i`m creating these exercises for children -

the mistery bag,  as attractive as possible (by my mom)
- with little wooden objects, there are many games to 
do here, finding a pair, the exact one, putting your things
inside to sharpen skills of recognizing common things
by touching them.









and vases with paper flowers, for counting.
i thought it would be a right 
lesson if i add a vase marked `0` for
explaining the child true meaning of it.
like spindle box in montessori classroom.





hope you like it.


2 comments:

  1. Oh definitely! I like to play the first game with my daughters, it's funny. I hadn't thought about the second one so thanks! These little pots are adorable. Can I ask you where you found them?
    (about euonymus... I'm not sure... but thanks so much for your help!)

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    1. alma,
      these vases are non-finished candle
      stands - i have another set, so i can send them to you if you liked this idea!

      right, its not that one)
      did you try to look up at this seed box shape?
      if u find its name - then you find all of the plants with such a box - one of them may be yours

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