Free Filipino numbers game for a fun way to learn counting in Filipino.
The fun things we do to learn Filipino.
It's now August and it's Buwan ng Wika. It would have been Mateo's first Buwan ng Wika school experience but we have this thing called pandemic. So we'll celebrate at home. We have inadvertently made English Mateo's first language, even if I still insist on saying that "Filipino is his mother tongue." He's a Filipino … Continue reading Learning Filipino Through Play: A Board Game
Sharing what we did to make our little one enjoy his vegetables.
Make colors swirl on milk!
Until just recently, we used to travel regularly by plane to go home (or vacation) to the Philippines. That was when we were still living in Singapore and travelling was normal. For such trips, I always prepare a busy bag for the little one to keep him *busy* during travel. I prefer DIY toys and … Continue reading Felt Shapes for Toddlers
Mateo wanted crowns for his birthday. Inspired by chess, he wants to be a king (not a prince). And he wanted all of us to wear crowns as well. I made the crown template on my own, and got the gem illustrations from Vecteezy.com. I tried to keep them simple so they would be easy … Continue reading DIY Crown Template – Free
Make a worm made of paper!
Get a free cut and paste activity on where you live (Philippines).
We've been regularly making homemade play dough back in Singapore and Mateo has been repeatedly asking me to make it here in the Philippines as well. Finally, early last month, I agreed to embrace the mess. He liked the idea of recording our activity on video and uploading it to our rarely updated YouTube channel … Continue reading Let’s make play dough!