Sunday, March 27, 2011

Tot School

 When I saw this idea at The Activity Mom, I knew C would love it.  She enjoys numbers and stickers. She wanted to do more, so she did it again on the back.
 We rolled a ball to each other through a tunnel (We tried to include J, but she just wanted to crawl through it)
C loves mixing colors and is constantly asking me what color you get when you mix certain colors together. I knew she would love this, and I was right. I painted each of her hands a different color and then she rubbed them together to see what colors was made. We might do this again with other colors later. I saw this idea here, but have seen in on other blogs.


We did do this awhile ago but I wanted to try it again with her now that she has better fine motor skills. When she did it before, she just poked holes where ever she wanted, this time she had to poke holes on the letters of her name using a toothpick (I made dots on the lines where she was supposed to poke) I hung the letters in the window so she could see the sun light through the holes. Another Activity Mom activity 

 I made this "hungry green monster" using an empty elbow macaroni box. I took out the plastic window, turned it inside out, taped and glued it back together and painted it to look like a monster (I have tried painting boxes before and the paint would peel off). Both girls had to feed it. J fed it colored blocks (I said the color as she put it in the box). C fed it numbers from a puzzle (she had to say the number she was feeding him).

C wanted to do Tot School with Daddy, so he helped her play with some nuts, bolts and washers.

We made this jumping frog together,
find out how to make it at Book House Craft Projects



Tot School abc button No Time For Flash Cards

6 comments:

  1. I love the hungry green monster. What a cute idea!

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  2. The hungry green monster is very clever!

    Kerri

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  3. Love your handprint color mixing and the green monster is so clever! Thanks for linking up to me and I'm really happy she enjoyed the activities. =)

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  4. So fun!!1 I hope to see you link it up this week on Made by Little Hands Monday!
    Have a great day!
    Michelle
    www.delicateconstruction.blogspot.com

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  5. Love the hungry moster and the project where C has to poke holes to improve her motor skills.

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  6. What fun ideas! I agree.. the hunger monster is so adorable!

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