Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Tot School - Letter D

We recently completed our letter D activities, so here's what Meredith and I did!  (Meredith is 2 years 8 months in these pictures.)
Tot School
We are using Carissa's Tot School Printables and for this unit, she was really excited to color everything!
Apparently we did the duck twice!
Of course a unit would not be complete without using dot markers! ;)  I had to help her with the curves the first time, but the next time we did it, she tried the curve on her own.

She did pretty well with sequencing.  I think the ducks are a bit easier to see the sequence versus the apples and balls that we've done in the past units.  She also insisted on coloring the numbers as we talked about them.

Pre-writing skills...

For the color sheet we decide to match the crayons to the color word. 

It was going well for a few crayons and then just like any other two year old, she changed her mind!  This is her telling me she doesn't want to put the crayons on the sheet. ;)
 Instead, we colored their beaks.

Since I am working through the Raising Rock Stars Kindergarten with Mackenzie, we did a craft from the RRSP for our Letter D verse - Do all things without complaining or disputing.  Philippians 2:14

Dinosaur stickers + a chocolate snack!

We bought some dinosaur erasers quite a few months ago at the dollar store and Meredith was super excited to finally play with them.  We sorted by colors and matched the dinosaurs.

She also had to stack them several times!  She's really into stacking things lately.

After playing with the dinosaur erasers one day, she decided she wanted to use them and before I knew it, she had scribbled with her marker and was trying to erase it!  I had to show her that a pencil can be erased and then gave her a different eraser.

Stickers are always fun!
Saying the letter D is also fun! ;)
We also worked on shape matching from Confessions of a Homeschooler.
And last, but not least, we did a color matching puzzle from 1+1+1=1.

Summer has begun, but I'm hoping to continue with our inconsistent lessons throughout the summer! Ha! 

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