12 Replies to “This Week… 36/52”

  1. Love the weighted cylinders… where are they from?! You should earn a commission on the fabulous ‘toys’ you show! xx
    Beautiful pictures!

    1. Thanks Bek 🙂 I bought the weighted cylinders some time ago from Modern Teaching Aides. I looked it up and they don’t seem to stock them anymore. It’s a shame because they are a really good material.

  2. Alisha S. says:

    I was also wanting to know where to get the weighted cylinders. 🙂

    1. Hi Alisha, I looked up the weighted cylinder and the place I got them no longer stocks them. I did find these ones though, which look similar.

  3. Are the weighted cylinders a Montessori product?

    1. Yes, they are a sensorial material. They are intended to help the child differentiate between weights. They can be quite challenging as some of the cylinders feel very similar in weight. I like them though because they really encourage focus and concentration too.

  4. What a beautiful week your babies have had. I’m very keen to hunt out a light box for my poppets and those tiles look amazing. Thanks for sharing your world and I hope your week is a lovely one 🙂 x

  5. I LOVE that Sarah’s hands are blurry from movement in the chalk pastels picture 🙂

    1. haha of yes, those pastels sure do get a workout 🙂 I think she was blending 🙂

  6. Your weeks always look wonderful! My boy (almost 18 months) loves birds too and we do a lot of bird watching (although in England not as stunning as the birds in your garden!) and looking at the pictures in our bird book. I’m looking forward to more exploration as he grows. Thanks for all the inspiration, I always feel refreshed reading your posts.

    1. Thank you Jenni for popping by 🙂 What types of birds to you have come visit your garden?

      1. I’ve just seen this! We have lots of little birds -a family of blackbirds, a robin, sparrows, blue tits, bullfinches and chaffinches, wood pigeons, a lot of starlings and the odd buzzard flying overhead. They blend in well with the trees and hedgerow but the odd flecks of colour as they flit about is lovely. And oh the excitement when one hops along right next to the window 🙂

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