Here's what Little Sis worked on:
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Tot School Letter V Activities
Heart Do a Dot with heart gems
Little Sis didn't really get into this tray very much. She did place a couple heart gems onto the do a dot sheet, but she was more interested in cutting apart the cards-- which I didn't want her to do and was too late stopping her from doing.
Fine Motor Heart Activity
After seeing this activity over at You Are the Roots, I made a special $30 shopping trip just for these items.....
Baby Brother (13mos) enjoyed this activity much more.
Broken Hearts Math Puzzle
Little Sis was to match the broken hearts.
Sorting Heart Gems
With a spoon, Little Sis was to sort the colored hearts into two groups-- red and pink.
Find the "other Half" Matching Activity
I cut foam hearts in half and Little Sis had to match them together.
Playdough & Cupcake Toppers
A little free play, fine motor skills, and math rolled into one.
Color the Hearts Printable
V is for Vase Craft
We assembled an alphabet craft using cupcake liner flowers.
This activity had plenty of fine motor practice built in. We used cupcake liners for the flowers and I had Little Sis use scissors to snip around the edges to make petals. Little Sis put the heart foam sticker in the middle of the flower and finally used a glue stick to glue everything down.
This activity has a post of its own as we shared as part of Fine Motor Friday.
Click on over to read about Broken Hearts: Valentine's Cutting Practice tray I set up.
Will you be having some Valentine's inspired fun and learning?!