Preschool Homeschool Ovals Unit

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Hi everyone!  Porter just finished week 13, ovals, from our 46 curriculum package for 2 and 3 year olds.  We had fun counting olives and watermelon seeds, making scrambled eggs, and revisiting some of our favorite Easter books!  Here are some highlights from our week!
We like to start our week off with the coloring pages for our theme board, but this week I decided to spice it up some glitter and glue!  Porter likes to keep me on my toes, but I turned the tables on him today!
This week, we focused on the sounds Y and Z make.  I added a few Yoda cookie cutters (yes, we do have more than one set of Star Wars cookie cutters!) and a few magnets from Yosemite and Yellowstone National Park.
I'm not quite sure how Porter discovered Twitter, but he said "Oh! Hi Twitter Bird!" when he saw this roll off the printer.
Let me take a moment and introduce you to Porter 2.0.  This fancy young man enjoys eating TimBits, playing in the driveway with his broom, and drawing slightly creepy Picasso-esque faces.
"So many numbers!" -Porter, 2 1/2.
***Home CEO Hack*** Trying using beans of Cheerios (I think real olives would be too messy!) and have your little one put the correct amount in each square.  Math + fine motor skills + an exercise in self control = a homeschooling super lesson!
We finished out the week by making scrambled eggs!  

 I hope you enjoyed my review of oval week as much as Porter and I enjoyed doing it!  Check out our website for more information about our full year programs.  See you all next week when Porter learns about...RECTANGLES!

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