Tot School Theme of the Week: Letter R

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I kept our week with the Letter R pretty simple.  Since we were on Letter R, I tried to incorporate some Rainbow themed activities.  

Tot School Letter R Activities

Letter R Sensory Bin:
 filled with colorful pom poms, R puzzle, rabbit ears, flashcards, red rose, etc!

Duplo Block Counting Tray:
Little Sis wasn't interested in this activity until the very last day!  Throughout the week I would say, "Want to do this?"  She'd look, and say "No" and move on. Ha!

Build the Letter R

Name Rainbow:
Little Sis matched the letters on the clothespins to the letters on the rainbow to spell her name.

Bleeding Tissue Paper Rainbow:
I drew a rainbow on some watercolor paper for Little Sis to use as a guide, although I should have wet the paper just a tad as our tissue paper often moved with every bump of the table!
I've had this bleeding tissue paper in our craft closet for quite some time and so glad I brought it out!  So neat to work with!  And who doesn't love when water is involved?!  
Little Sis's rainbow
Big Brother's rainbow

Felt Rainbow:
Little Sis didn't really understand this activity, but had fun taking it apart and then randomly putting them on top of each other : )
This week, and every Friday in October, I am co-hosting Fine Motor Friday with some other fabulous Kid Bloggers-- LalyMom, Craftulate, And Next Comes L, and Stir the Wonder and our first Fine Motor Activity for this series was Paint Chip Pick-Up.  This activity also correlated with our "Color of the Week," which was.... purple!

Color of the Week Tray
Little Sis also had fun playing with Baby Brother's Fabric Scraps Treasure Basket.

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