Preschool Homeschool Black Unit

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Black, week 8 of our 45 week preschool homeschool program, was such a fun unit!  There were animals, outer space activities, and a trip to the grocery store.  What's not to love?!?
Check out some photos from black week!
Did you know that most of our printables are available in black and white and colour?  I thought those adult colouring books were pretty crazy when they came out a few years ago.  "I'm 30.  Why in the world would I want to colour?"  I said to myself.  I totally get it now.  Adult colouring is amazing!  Save yourself some ink and print in black and white and colour your own worksheets!
Is anyone else as obsessed with Toob figures as I am?!?!?
These play-doh mats keep getting more fun!  This week gave us a make a selfie and build a spider!
We are taking a less is more approach to our theme boards.  By that I mean, less for me to clean up when Porter tears them off and more time for play-doh mats!
As we were going through each card and figure, reciting the word, Porter paused at the hand card and said "That's a high five."  I can't fault you there buddy!
Number mazes are a house favourite!
We reviewed our food flash cards this week.  We went to our local grocery store and matched our cards to the real products!
Arts and crafts block was a free form night time sky picture.  Cut out your own stars and moon or use our templates!
Porter was 3 for 4 on this size discrimination worksheet!
 Lets just say tracing isn't Porter's strong suit...
Porter wasn't really interested in this animal track matching exercise, but Kylie loved it!  I added some Toob animals to make it a bit more fun!

Some other highlights of black week included reading Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? 384 times, not buying blackberries because they were crazy expensive, purring like a cat every time we saw one.  It is never too late to start your preschool at home journey!  Click here to find out more about our 45 week program for 2-3 year olds!

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