~Bo is 27 1/2 months old~
See Carisa's Tot School Printables for the printables for this unit.
Sticker the Ff's
I taught Bo to say /f/ by biting his lower lip and blowing.
|I just thought this was a sweet picture. I love how intentional he is with his "work." 4.7.13|
Quilted Rag Letter Ff
Bo lined up the Bunny Grahams on the letter.
Letter Match and Lacing
Bo was having a hard time with the heart links, so I quickly grabbed the shoe string he was lacing beads on to lace with. The lacing was easier than the heart links.
Then he wanted to finish adding stickers to the foot.
Dot Sticker the Feet
Bo was showing me that the sticker is in the wrong spot...
And he was a little sad that it wouldn't come off without ripping the paper. . .
I said it was okay ~ that he could put the rest on the feet. . .
And he was happy about that.
Color the Feet
Bo is still learning the colors, but he likes to match them up.
I'm teaching Bo to draw a circle.
This is the most coloring he has done.
I cut the Ff's out, brushed rubber cement on the foot, and had Bo put the Ff's on.
This was an activity from Slow and Steady, Get Them Ready. I had it ready for last week, but we didn't get to it. I recited the poem, let Humpty fall, and Bo put him back together again.
This was a short, easy week for us both - Spring Break, and I wanted some art to brighten up our home (spring hasn't come to Wyoming yet), so I did some footprint art for the Letter F.
Footprint Canvas Art
Feet. Feet. Feet.
We had a family from out of state stay with us for a week. We had 11 kids in the house - 14 of us in all, and we made a canvas with footprints - one foot each. I had planned to write "Feet. Feet. Feet. Oh, how many feet you meet," on it to go along with The Foot Book that we read this week, but I can't decide if I should. I kind of like it how it is. Though, I think I should write in the kids' names on their feet.
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