~Corinne is 27 months~
Here's a look at what was on her trays this week.
She was all about sweeping up the silk leaves and dumping them out. :)
Leaf Sortpatterning printable for Corinne to sort. She needed a little help, but did pretty good. Not her favorite. She liked it fine while we were doing it, but once was enough on this one.
I helped her write a couple letter "L's" on the chalkboard, then asked her to draw me some lines. The chalkboard never gets old, she was more than happy to draw lines, "O's" and other "letters." She wants so much to be able to write and learn her letter sounds. She loves to write scribbles and pretend she's making letters. She often says random letters sounds while she scribbles or tell me which letter she "drew"-- "Mommy, I draw a T!!" It's so cute how proud she is of herself!
Abacusabacus. I'm sure it will come out again soon.
Gluing roots on a tree
For our Leaf Unit, we reviewed all the things we learned about leaves and trees on this poster. I let the kids dip yarn in glue to make the "roots" of the tree. Corinne definitely had the most fun with this. The boys surprised me with their lack of interest in it, and Corinne continues to surprise me with her enthusiasm for messy activities. It's a big change from last year. :)
Fall Tree Snack