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8 Replies to “Contact”

  1. Hi, I have so enjoyed your site and you have inspired so many activities in my home. Thank you! I recently bought a light panel after seeing yours and I am curious how you went about protecting it–you mention you have some type of acrylic or plastic over it and the panel seems to have a frame around it. Did you purchase it this way or did you custom build the frame with acrylic? I would love to know what you did to protectyour panel before we set up ours for hard play.

    Many thanks!

    1. Hi Sofia 🙂 My kids still love their light panel and I recently purchased them a new one too. They definitely need protecting though!! Jack and Sarah paint all over theirs and do all kinds of messy things on it. We’ve had a few different covers for it but the one I’ve liked the best has just been some thick plastic sheeting that you can buy by the meter at a hardware store (I got ours from Bunnings if you’re in Australia).They can just pop the cover on and then when they are done, I just wipe it clean then roll it up and pop it away.

  2. Hey,
    Greetings from Oslo, Norway. We’re moving to Regina on 1 April and wondering how we can register our 3 year old into this kindergarten. any application process or can I contact somewhere.


  3. Justina Somal says: Reply

    Hello, my name is Justina and I have twin boys, Arjun and Rohan who are 18 weeks old.

    I am very interested in arranging to visit you if that’s possible to discuss some nursery time for my sons perhaps in September/October. I hope that would be possible to organise.
    Many thanks

  4. Hi Kate,
    I am interested in signing up for your 30 Days to Transform Your Play series. Will this class be available in the future?

    Thank you,

  5. Your contact form is not available, but I would love to reach you. My daughter has autism, like your son and many are telling me I can’t homeschool her following the Montessori Method, which is child led. I am feeling down and would love to hear more about your experiences. I found one of your posts.
    Please contact me. April

  6. Paola Antia says: Reply

    Hi kate,
    I have follow you for a while now. When im lacking inspiration I come back to your website. I have a 6 year old, December baby who is finishing grade 1. We live in vancouver. He doesn’t have a diagnose but I have a sense that hi has a hard time processing all the info from the environment, noise, heat. He is having a hard time at school socially and academically. He is behind in his reading and finds it very hard and not motivating. What have you find inspires jack to read? I also find it hard to be his mentor as my mother tongue is Spanish, have you como across resources that include pronunciation of words ?


  7. I was wondering if you could share any creative explorations with infants. My question is specifically with the youngest ones birth to 6 mos. For example, what would a treasure box or exploration is safe for that age?

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