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Hunter is 27 months old.
We had a great week at Tot School this week!
Letter N activities:
We used several printables from COAH. Hunter lined up his counting bears on the letter N.
He traced the letter N with his finger.
Hunter glued noodles onto the N is for Nest paper.
He used his do-a-dot markers to dot the letter N.
I made a Nemo lapbook for Hunter.
Hunter enjoyed using his Nemo lapbook.
Hunter painted a letter N paper from 1+1+1=1.
We made an N is for numbers… and I found out that Hunter can identify some of his numbers.
Hunter sorted his bears.
Hunter worked on sorting his rainbow pegs by color. It really bothered him that there wasn’t enough room for all of the colors to have their own row. He kept taking pieces out and trying to make room for the purple pegs.
He liked making a necklace with the rainbow pegs.
He worked on pounding some nails.
Hunter did some building with some blocks.
I put sea shells in the sensory bin one day. Hunter was not very interested in the shells.
I put macaroni noodles in his bin another day, which he loved.
Hunter had fun playing basketball with Hailey at swim and gym.
Stop by 1+1+1=1 to see what the other tots were up to this week.
Last week our letter was N. Here are some of the activities we did:
Hailey made this N is for Nest from Totally Tots.
Hailey cut out some numbers for this page.
Hailey loves doing these playdough mats from Homeschool Creations for each letter.
She separated the capital and lowercase letters using this printable from Confessions of a Homeschooler.
Hailey worked on matching lowercase letters with the correct capital letter using this Gold Jumble from Musings of Me.
Hailey always loves doing this dinosaur puzzle with the alphabet on it.
Here are some of the things we did from Raising Rock Stars Preschool:
Hailey colored her verse for the week.
She cut her vocabulary words.
She practiced writing Nn.
Hailey really enjoys the power point part of RRSP! She’s pointing out her sight word of the week.
Decorating her craft- a treasure chest.
Adding some glitter glue.
Working on her Disney math workbook.
This week we are focusing on the letter N. This is an idea I saw over at No Time for Flashcards- it’s a “Number N.”
Here’s what you’ll need: letter N on construction paper, another piece of construction paper, crayons, glue, and some numbers.
Color the letter N.
After Hailey colored the “N” I cut it out and she glued it onto the other piece of construction paper.
I put the numbers out and we practiced counting.
Then Hailey glued the numbers onto the letter N.
The completed Number N.