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Tot School

03
Nov

Tot School

Hunter is 22 1/2 months old.

We had a fun week at Tot School!

I just have to say that as you look at the pictures you might notice that Hunter is wearing the same shirt every day.  He has recently become quite attached to his Lightning McQeen pajama shirt.  He insists on wearing all. of. the. time!  I decided that if we are not leaving the house I am not fighting that battle with him.  So, that is why he always has it on :-)

Tot School

Hunter’s letter this week was the letter D.

Tot School

He made a “D is for Dinosaur” using an idea I saw at Homeschool Creations.

Tot School

Hunter loves the do-a-dot markers and had fun stamping the letter D from COAH.

Tot School

Hunter practiced his counting, using these fun dinosaur numbers.  (from COAH)

Tot School

I had Hunter use this printable to practice color sorting. (from COAH)

Tot School

We have been learning all about bats, so Hunter had fun making a bat craft.

Tot School

Hunter’s finished bat.

Tot School

We learned how a mother bat uses her sense of smell to find her baby bat.  I dipped cotton balls into different things like vinegar, vanilla, coffee and perfume.  I let Hailey pick a “baby” and then I blind folded her and had her find her “baby” using her sense of smell.  We had a lot of fun doing that, so Hunter wanted to be a part too.  He loved smelling the different cotton balls!

Tot School

Hailey just started a spider unit and this was our first experiment.  We learned how spiders eat their prey by injecting venom into it, which turns the insect into liquid and then the spider drinks the food.  So, Hunter wanted to do the experiment too!  We put our prey (a sugar cube) in a cup.  Then we injected it with venom (water) and drank our prey.  They both loved it!

Spider Glyph

We made a spider glyph, which you can see here.  Hunter made his the way he wanted and didn’t really care about the directions ;-)   I love how his spider turned out!

Stop by 1+1+1=1 to see what the other tots were up to this week.

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Bee Crafty Kids- Spider Glyph

01
Nov

Welcome back to the Bee Crafty Kids link up that I am co-hosting with To The Moon and Back and Look! We’re Learning.

We are starting a fun unit all about spiders… at least I’m hoping it will be fun.  I like making spider crafts, but when it comes to looking at real spiders it’s not quite so fun :-)

Our first spider craft was a fun spider glyph I got from Spiders: A Creepy Crawly Extravaganza.

Spider Glyph

I set up all the parts of the craft and the directions.
Some of the directions included- add a bow if you are girl, add stripes on the legs if fall is your favorite season, etc.

Spider Glyph

Hunter is happy anytime he can glue, so he had fun making his spider.

Spider Glyph

Hailey had fun creating her spider and following the directions.

Spider Glyph

Putting everything together.

Spider Glyph

Hailey’s finished spider

Spider Glyph

Hunter’s finished spider

Spider Glyph

Rich made one too, and when my parents came over on Halloween they each made one as well.

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