Friday, November 11, 2011

Tot School - Nifty "N"

Jadyn is 40 months old & Gabe is 21 months old.

Tot School 

This week we focused on the letter "N", number "10", color black, and bugs.  Here's our week in pictures.

 Jadyn's beautiful letter "N"
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 Queen Jadyn tracing "N"
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"N" is for Narwhal.
 The last paper of her color and shapes book !!!
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  She read her color and shape book to Gabe.
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Glitter on 10 stars.
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 Counting the eggs in the nest.
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Matching the eggs to the nest (Big "N", Little "N")
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We talked about the importance of brushing our teeth.
Jadyn made a frame for her room.
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Coloring her verse.
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And of course measuring her verse.  She loves when she is bigger than her verse.
Happy Veteran's Day!  We talked about our brave soldiers and why we are to be thankful for them.
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Gabe had a fun week, too.  I made him a fun new toy from Pinterest that he loved and played with over and over.  He's really talking now.  This morning I went in to get him out of his crib and he pointed to his diaper and said, "I stink!"  He's so funny!=)  Here's his week in pictures.

Hiding in a box.
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Playing with lacing beads.
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Of course, the beans came out again this week.
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And the toy I made from Pinterest was a hit.
Coloring the letter "N". He loves saying"Nah!" for "N"!
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Thanks to 1+1+1=1 and Confessions of a Homeschooler for the printables and ideas!

3 comments:

Beth (www.livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com) said...

N is for narwhal - LOVE it! You are going to have some smart cookies on your hands =-) I think your little one hiding in the box is too cute! Thanks for linking up to TGIF! See you next week,
Beth =-)

andthatsfamily said...

Your daughter always amazes me with her colouring!
Her frame is adorable - is it from a kit? I am sure my older daughter would love to make one.

Tiff said...

I think she's going to be an artist. She loves crafts and picked up coloring so quickly. The frame is from a kit. I think from Michaels or A.C. Moore.

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