Our “S” week was all about stars, space and shapes. We had so much fun!
Here is the link to our workboxes.
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Sweets is loving “The Friend” magazine. She loves to study in her book while I study in mine. One of the reasons I added our foundation bin was to help teach the babes some of our priorities. One of those is daily scripture study or inspiration time.
Kids bodies grow so fast and they learn so much at lightning speed. We wanted our babes to have the freedom to explore and also test their growing capabilities. Gymnastics was our answer. We had such a good time in our first class. The kids tried new things, listened occasionally to their coach and shook their booties during our dance time. I cant wait to see what they learn during this semester.
We still love puzzles! Puzzles of all shapes and sizes. We do ginormous ones and itty bitty ones.
Sweets is getting so much better at matching shapes. This Tupperware Shape O Ball is a little tricky as it rotates but we like a challenge.
Our language bin was all about letter recognition. Our space word page was trickier than I anticipated because the printable was a mix of upper and lower case while the tiles were solely uppercase. Oops. It was a good experience though and I was able to talk with Bee about the differences between the two forms of letters. During our third run though of this activity he only had a problem recognizing the letter “R/r.”
Our math bin also contained a space themed sequence activity. Each square had a different number of objects on it. We counted them and placed them in order. The graphics were great and introduced some new items that I didn’t even think about talking about. Such as asteroids, satellites and comets. We talked briefly about what was on all of the squares but none of them really peaked Bee’s interests so we moved on.
Life skills! We cant forget about those. Sweets is actually getting decent at stacking the dishes in the drying rack for me. Yes, we do end up covered in water but they are learning the importance of helping out. Both the kids enjoy rinsing and stacking our dishes. I don’t even ask for help anymore. I simply fill the right side of the sink half full with warm water and bring a chair in front of the sink. Soon enough either one of the kids or both we at my side splashing and stacking beside me.
Magic School Bus Lost in Space: Season 1, Episode 1
Magic School Bus Seeing Stars: Season 4, Episode 7