Archive for the ‘Letter Y’ Category
Hunter is 31 months old.
Letter Y activities:
Hunter used colored pencils to color his letter Y paper.
Hunter loves the do-a-dot papers and has gotten pretty good at stamping the circles.
He added some letter Y stamps to his Y paper.
We glued yellow yarn onto the letter Y.
Y is for Yo Yo.
Shapes and colors:
Hunter used water colors to decorate his shape paper.
He colored the yo-yos the correct color with his crayons.
Hunter had beads in his sensory bin this week. He used a measuring cup to scoop the beads from one bin to the other.
He put magnetic pom poms onto the Y is for Yarn page.
The pictures in this post are actually from several weeks ago- and it was the week of our last official day of school for Hailey. So, we took some last day of school pictures and this is Hunter on our last day of school.
The top paper in this picture is one that Hunter did on our first day of Tot School back in September and the bottom page is the one he did on the last day of school. It was fun to compare his coloring and his answers to the questions.
Next week we will finish up the alphabet and then we have some other fun activities to do during the summer (until the baby arrives:-)).
Stop by 1+1+1=1 to see what the other tots were up to this week.
We made a Y for Yellow.
You’ll need paper, glue and as many yellow things as you can find.
Color the letter Y with crayons, markers and colored pencils.
Glue on lots of yellow things- we used pipe cleaner, pom poms, torn up paper, torn up tissue paper, feathers, and some yellow foam.
Cover up the Y and let the glue dry.
Our completed Y is for Yellow.