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Le Papier fait de la Résistance / Carnet de note Oh So Beautiful Paper - a celebration of all things paper how we montessori I want to share these two Montessori activities with you because they are super easy to set up, they use items found around the house, they explore scientific concepts and they are fun! Both of these could be used with toddlers (be careful with small items) right through to preschoolers. Otis loves both of these. To begin with I look around the house for useful items - here I have collected; pinecones, sponge, feathers, wood piece, button, branch, metal screw, bull clip, small padlock, rock, mini wooden peg, paper clips, shell and a glass gem. The first activity is a Montessori Sink Float Activity. For an older child like Otis (4 years) you can first ask them to predict (or hypothesize) if the item will sink or float and then allow them to test it. As many children love water play, this is often a very popular activity. The second activity is a Montessori Magnetic Non-Magnetic Activity. Both of these activities are really fun and simple. If you try these activities I hope you enjoy!

The Happi Empire simple pretty / the utilitarian luxe® lifestyle Speed Museum With a $50 million expansion planned through 2016, The Speed Art Museum is currently closed for construction. The new 60,000-square-foot North Building will help create one of the finest experiential art museums in the country and will double the overall square footage and nearly triple the gallery space from the existing wing. The expansion will create a state-of-the-art space for larger special exhibitions, new contemporary art galleries, a family education welcome center, indoor/outdoor café, museum shop, and a multifunctional pavilion for performances, lectures and entertaining. Additionally, the new Elizabeth P. and Frederick K. Cressman Art Park and public Piazza will be created for the display of sculpture that will engage University of Louisville students and faculty and museum visitors. Visit the Museum's Satellite Space, Local Speed, at 822 East Market Street, During the Expansion! It’s a wonderful way to experience art at a slightly different Speed. Speed About Town

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