Q: Where do horses like to shop?
A: Old Neigh-vy
Stop what you are doing right now and google "horse jokes." Porter and I had a great time laughing and learning about horses (week 26 of our full year preschool homeschool program for 2-3 year olds) this week.
"Go horse go!"
If you can, tape one of the 3-part cards to your little ones marker to they really make the horse "jump." YouTube has some great horse jumping videos too!
We talked about action words this week. Porter enjoyed finding the correct card and gluing it under the correct flap.
I'm going to be honest here. I had no idea Marget Wise Brown wrote anything other than Goodnight Moon and The Runaway Bunny. How could I have missed this gem!?!?
Color matching, number matching, and fine motor skills- this is the totschooling trifecta!
Porter went right to it with this activity! I didn't even have to give him directions.
Glue sticks and scissors make math days exponentially more fun!
It is only fitting to practice writing the letter H on horse week!
These hands belong to my 6 year old daughter. I got her a form drawing book a few weeks ago and she has really taken to it. So she has decided that the directed drawing worksheets are hers now. Lol!
Stick this yarn horse to a broom and have a little rodeo in your living room!
One of the great things about home education is that there is no "right" time to start. You can start in September, January, or on a Sunday night in April. Check our website for more information on our full year curriculum or feel free to send me an email.