Timothy and I have been in need of a little structure in our days now that we can't just head down to the park or go out to the yard whenever (it is a little hard when the wind chill is near zero). This kiddo loves to read and over the summer he started to ask what the different letters were, so now that we are spending more time inside, we have started a letter of the week study. We have a few coloring sheets and dot marker pages we do here and there, but it is mostly games, observing letters in the books we read, and scavenger hunts for things around the house that start with that letter.
Making a path a teddy bears on the "a" boxes to get from the apple tree to the bucket...
Pounding golf tees into styrofoam to review A and B.
Adding C and not using the blue marker (we was not too happy about this)...
Building a tower that uses all of his puzzle blocks. He was so proud of himself and wanted me to take a picture before it fell over. :)
Stomping like a "D" dinosaur and discovering that he could make prints in the blanket!
Checking out his footprints and making sure Tigger gets a turn, too.
Following the directions. I love how some coloring is very minimal, others was just scribbling, and some very precise. He is getting so big!