Preschool Homeschool Orange Unit

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Orange week (and the first half of our first quarter!) flew by.  Here are some highlights from our week.
If you want to join in the fun, click here to learn all about our 45 week preschool curriculum for 2-3 year olds.
This week's manipulative shelf was a big hit!  We made bracelets with orange beads, used tweezers to put orange pom poms into an orange cup, and dined on lovely wool carrots made by the talented Sisyphus Creations.
Our fridge was a little bare this week so instead of having Porter go a scavenger hunt for these items, we turned it into a beginning letter matching game.
 Like I said last week, I had no idea how many different versions of the same color there were until I had kids. 
 ::Channeling my best impression of Anger from Inside Out:: WHY DO I NEED 5 DIFFERENT ORANGES?!?! WHATS WRONG WITH PLAIN ORANGE!?!?!?!
Coming from a non sporty family, I was fairly surprised when Porter just put this together!
  The sensory activity for this week was mess free paint mixing!  I would suggest adding some duct tape to the top of the bag just so nothing leaks out ;)
We got this gem at the used book store right before we left Los Angeles.
We love playing this game, but we call it "which one of these doesn't belong" in our house.
This week, we focused on the number 5.
Nothing better than play dough carrots!

I hope you enjoyed a peak into our preschool homeschool classroom (aka our dining room) as we learned all about orange.  Orange is week 5 in 45 week preschool homeschool curriculum for 2 and 3 year old that can be purchased here.  See you next week when explore purple!

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