Montessori Inspired Toddler Activities

I love pinterest. My favourite thing about pinterest is finding DIY activities and ideas from all kinds of sources that I wouldn’t otherwise come across. Most of the activities that I do with Cameron and Lucy are inspired by or a variation of something I’ve seen on one of my favourite blogs or pinterest.

Montessori Toddler Activities

Lucy thoroughly enjoys repetitive and structured activities. She will choose an activity over a toy most times. I have watched lately that she is gaining more control and think that these activities will be a good fit:

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There are many blogs and blog posts out there that share some great Montessori inspired toddler activities, toys and environments. Here are some of my favourites:

What activities does (or did) your toddler love to do?

I often share at these great linkys.


14 thoughts on “Montessori Inspired Toddler Activities

  1. Some exciting activities you have there. A couple activities I had planned for Sixtine are pictured (water bowl and ball – she is really into water based activity these days). Can’t wait to try your ideas. Especially the coin one and button ones! Thank you!

  2. Hello! I just stumbled upon your blog and am really enjoying your Montessori posts! Could you tell me more about the color sorting activity you have pictured here? Is it something you made, and if so, out of what? Thanks so much!

  3. Thank you so much for sharing! I really love the ideas! I’m definitely going to have to use some of them with my almost 2 year old! I’ve pinned them so I don’t forget.

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  6. I love the matching cooking utensils activity. I’m definitely going to have to remember that for our cooking unit. I use a modified montessori method with my 3 kiddos, but have a toddler who’s just starting to get ready to join the fun too. It’s amazing how fast I forget what to do with them so little. Feel free to check out our activities and story at

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