I'm not a teacher by profession, but I enjoy fun learning activities with my kids at home. Our oldest son is in a Montessori Kindergarten, but we did and still do fun projects at home. Over the years I've developed a lesson plan grid that I use to organize my thoughts. I've posted a blank one below that I use with my 2 year olds. I also have one that has evolved for my 5 year old. I don't necessarily plan an activity for every row everyday, but we always read and always do plenty of gross and fine motor activities.
Gross and Fine Motor
Problem Solving Skills/Listening Skills/Sensory
Juiciness doing a transfer work using blue cotton balls and a strawberry huller as tongs. This is a montessori practical life skill. It covers fine motor and coordination as well as working with the color blue.