Small Space Nursery for Two in London (and Montessori-fied Wardrobe Labels)

Our tiny shared nursery for two children, pieced together with renter-friendly items that cost a few dollars. You may have seen the rest of our London house tour, complete with landlord-approved tweaks– this is basically all that, compressed into a 2.3m x 2.1m space. Back in Singapore, the nursery was bursting with color and texture (see it… Continue reading Small Space Nursery for Two in London (and Montessori-fied Wardrobe Labels)

Montessori-inspired tips for bringing toddlers to museums

Jasmine: Many museums offer workshops, activity trails and audio guides- but these cater more to older kids than the youngest of the young. Sometimes, we adults want to go to a museum (and not just the kids’ exhibit/playspace) for our own personal enjoyment but have to tote our kids along. Andrew: In our technology-saturated world,… Continue reading Montessori-inspired tips for bringing toddlers to museums

7 (actually 10) Montessori-Inspired Activities on Japan 

Now is the time of year when I start seeing my friends on Facebook post about Japan trips (and Hokkaido in particular). I like the idea of continent boxes (explanation and my own Asia box here), bringing the continent to the child- but having visited the country in question and then working a unit around… Continue reading 7 (actually 10) Montessori-Inspired Activities on Japan