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Tot School

19
Apr

Hunter is 28 months old.

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We had another fun and busy week at Tot School!

Letter P activities:

(Printables for the letter P are from 1+1+1=1 and Confessions of a Homeschooler.)

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Hunter has been spending a lot more time on his coloring lately.  He really takes his time and then tells me what he is drawing.

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Hunter put together a little letter P puzzle.

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He really likes doing the lacing activities.

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Tracing the letter P with his finger.

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Lining up counting bears on the letter P.

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Hunter used his do-a-dot markers to color the letter P.

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He used water colors to paint the pencil paper.

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P is for Pig.

Manipulatives:

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I put Velcro dots on some colorful Popsicle sticks and then we practiced making different shapes with them.

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He was very proud of his tower.

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Working on lining up his counting bears.

Sensory bin:

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We only did one sensory bin this week and Hunter loved it!  He requested it several times.  He sat and concentrated on transferring plastic eggs from the bowl to the bin.

Other:

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Shape practice

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Hunter has been asking for paper to just color on a lot the last couple of weeks.  Then he sits and works very quietly on making a picture.

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13
Apr

Hunter is 27 months old.

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We’ve had a kind of crazy 2 weeks with the stomach bug going around our family.  It took us 2 weeks to do 1 weeks worth of activities, but we are finally all on the mend and back to normal (I hope).

Letter O Activities:

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I used several printables from 1+1+1=1.  Hunter always starts out by coloring his letter of the week paper.  Some weeks he puts a few scribbles on the paper and says he is done.  Other times he spends a very long time coloring every part of the paper.

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He tried his first lacing activity, and he did pretty well (with some help).

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Putting together the letter O puzzle

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Pointing out an O on the ostrich.

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Hunter glued foam letter Os onto the ostrich.

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We made an O is for Octopus.  Hunter spent a while using his do-a-dot markers to decorate the O.

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The finished octopus.

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After we sang the alphabet I asked Hunter to point to the letter O on his ABC board.  I expected him to (possibly) find the O flashcard.  Instead he pointed to an O on the boarder.  I was excited that he really recognized the letter O.

Manipulatives:

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Hunter is just loving his blocks lately!

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Working on a puzzle.

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More building with the blocks.

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Practicing his cutting with playdough.

Sensory bin:

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The only sensory bin we did this week was with foam letters.

Other:

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Painting with water colors… maybe all the other moms already know this, but I found a great way to do water colors with a toddler.  Before Hunter started painting, I took an eye dropper and dropped a few little drops of water into each color.  After a few minutes, the paint was all ready to use without Hunter having to remember to dip his brush in the water before the paint.

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Tot School

30
Mar

Hunter is 27 months old.

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We had a great week at Tot School this week!

Letter N activities:

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We used several printables from COAH. Hunter lined up his counting bears on the letter N.

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He traced the letter N with his finger.

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Hunter glued noodles onto the N is for Nest paper.

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He used his do-a-dot markers to dot the letter N.

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I made a Nemo lapbook for Hunter.

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Hunter enjoyed using his Nemo lapbook.

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Hunter painted a letter N paper from 1+1+1=1.

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We made an N is for numbers… and I found out that Hunter can identify some of his numbers.

Manipulatives:

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Hunter sorted his bears.

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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.

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He liked making a necklace with the rainbow pegs.

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He worked on pounding some nails.

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Hunter did some building with some blocks.

Sensory bins:

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I put sea shells in the sensory bin one day.  Hunter was not very interested in the shells.

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I put macaroni noodles in his bin another day, which he loved.

Other:

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Hunter had fun playing basketball with Hailey at swim and gym.

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Tot School

23
Mar

Hunter is 27 months old.

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We have been busy having lots of fun in Tot School!  We had 2 short weeks, with only 3 days of school each week.  So, this post covers what we did during the last 2 weeks.

Letter M activities:

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Hunter glued pom poms onto the M and the monkeys.  We used this and several other printables from COAH.

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Hunter lined up some Unifx cubes on the letter M.

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Hunter colored the letter M.

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Hunter used water colors to paint this M paper.  We also used this and several other printables from 1+1+1=1.

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He stamped the letter M on this mouse and then glued on some foam Ms.

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I’m pretty sure the M&M activities were his favorite :-)  Although he ate most the M &Ms instead of putting them on the paper.  I gave him a little pile of M&Ms and told him to put them on the M on his paper.  He said, “I can’t” and then stuffed them right in his mouth hahaha.

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He practiced color sorting with the M&Ms.

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We made this M is for Mike (or M is for Monster).

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We read 5 Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed.  Hunter loved this book and has been singing about the monkeys ever since.

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I made a Five Little Monkeys lapbook for Hunter.

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The inside of the lapbook.  Hunter loved this!!  We had so much fun with this lapbook.

Manipulatives:

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Hunter worked on his alphabet puzzle.

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These rainbow pegs kept Hunter busy for a long time!

Sensory Bins:

I have decided to do a couple of small sensory bins each week with Hunter.

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Hunter liked playing with the beads.

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The yarn was fun too.

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The bean seeds were definitely his favorite.

Hunter loved the sensory bins!!  They all kept him occupied for a very long time.

(I was closely supervising Hunter during the sensory bin activities as the beads and beans are both choking hazards).

Other stuff:

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Hunter had fun in our tunnel.

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Fun dance party :-)

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