Montessori Inspired Rainy Season Activity With My Toddler

We did a rainy season activity to celebrate the rains. He finds umbrella fascinating these days so umbrella it was for the activity. At 17 months, he knows shapes & we are working on colors. So I did this quick diy activity to reinforce shapes & to learn colors. I drew four umbrellas freehand & colored them with sketchpen leaving out shapes in white. And I cut out those shapes from cardboard (amazon packing material zindabaad) to match with umbrella shapes. I also took out colored popsicle sticks to match with colored umbrellas. The umbrella paper was then kept in transparent plastic leaf

A had fun doing this activity. Costed me not more than 30 bucks may be?
What did you do in rainy season with your kid, do share?

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