Here's our most recent week of Tot School!
Little Sis did all kinds of activities to learn the letter and sound of K!
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Letter Toddler K Activities
We also did an activity or two with our color, shape, and number of the week.
Actually as I am writing this up, I realize we didn't do anything with our number of the week. Ha! Oops!
Well, you'll see the activity in more detail further in this post, but I think when I was making her activities, 2 kites turned into 4!
I am pretty confident she totally understands two. For every night, as I say "Pick one more book for me to read"... she happily brings and says, "Twooooooo!"
Little Sis happened to pull off this button activity from her shelves all by herself; it wasn't something I had picked out for her to do.
However, it was perfect! She completed a King's crown with diamonds!!
Make a K
Last week she was ALL ABOUT her little colored teddy bear counters so I made up an activity for her to make the Letter K using the teddy bears, but she was not thrilled with this activity.
Obviously the teddy bears were sooooooo last week : ) DUH!
Find the K's
In hindsight, I should not have made this activity so difficult. Oops!
Probably should have only wrote K's all over the paper, instead. But with her Do A Dot markers, we found all the K's and then some!
Kite Do A Dot
Key Shadow Match
Little Sis definitely had more fun trying to be sneaky and run off with the keys instead of doing this activity!
However, she ROCKED it-- and I thought some of the keys were tricky!
Koala Cut and Paste
Little Sis LOVES glue, so this cut and paste Koala activity was a big hit.
I pre-cut the nose so she just had to glue it on the Koala's face, but as you can tell, she was SO excited after completing it!
Also working with Black, I created a sticky table activity using contact paper and a bunch of random black materials-- pom poms, feathers, beads, craft sticks we colored black, ribbon, etc.
Big Brother made a face for her-- can you see it?
Make a Diamond
I made an outline of a diamond using the pink foam sticks and had her re-create the shape.
Kite Sizing/ Counting Activity
I cut out 4 kites using scrapbook paper then laminated them and used some pretty yellow ribbon for the tails : ) Little Sis was to match the sizes.
We also practiced counting and reinforced Big/ Small-- or to her, "Mama/ Baby"!
Pattern Block Kite
I couldn't get the file over at Confessions of a Homeschooler to print, SO using Erica's activity as a guide, I created our own pattern block kite activity.
So after all this, I hope she remembers something!! Ha! If not, I hope Little Sis had some fun doing her activities instead of getting into Big Brothers ; ) Check out more Tot School fun while you're here!
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