The girls love their brain training worksheets - each one is different and they always look forward to to seeing what they'll do each day.
I like to dig through our existing board games and use then to make up new challenges and activities for the kids. In the photos above, first we identify the differences between each face (the differences are very subtle so the girls really have to invoke their observation skills), and then I show them only one and they have to pick the correct person from the lineup (these cards are from the game LineUp from ThinkLogic).
In addition to the typical preschool learning activities (reading, counting, etc..), I've been putting back some Montessori practical-life activities that the girls were doing when they were 2 years old - like using tongs and tweezers to pick up objects. The kids still enjoy these activities and it is good for their fine motor skills and concentration.
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