Preschool Homeschool Circles Unit

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Porter and I started the second semester of our 46 week preschool homeschool curriculum for 2-3 year olds.  We will be learning about shapes for the next 9 weeks!  This week was devoted to circles.  Check out some highlights from our week!
I think a nice, circular snack plate is a great way to start off our week!
***Home CEO Hack*** Cookie cutters are a great way to combat a picky eater!  Porter won't touch kiwi when I just use a veggie peeler and slice it up. But for some crazy reason, they become magically delicious when I stamp them out with a mini circle cutter.
We struck out at the library this week finding the suggested reading materials, but I did manage to find this super cute Corduroy book from the 80's to use when we reviewed our flash cards.
What do you do with the coloring pages?  Do you add them to your theme board or do you staple them together and make a book?
Porter is making great progress with his cutting skills!
I did the cutting for this exercise, but Porter has fun building and re building the snowman!
Oh course I misplaced the buttons that I bought specifically for this art project.  D'oh! Its okay though, sequins work just fine!
 A nice day in nature is a perfect for our letter N sound cards!
Practice, practice, practice!
This little man is a clip (or in this case cover) card professional!
We tried something new with our number maze this week; I covered the "path" in glue and had Porter shake glitter on to "reveal" it.  Judging by his smile, I think he liked it!
I get a lot of emails from people concerned about the price related to the option Montessori activities.  Porter and I hacked the inset circle activity with a biscuit cutter!
 Porter had a great time doing the circle week and is looking forward to 8 more fun filled shape weeks!  Check out our website to find out more information on our preschool homeschool program for 2-3 year olds.  See you next week when we learn about squares!

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