Our pig week was full of fun, engaging, and slightly messy activities!
Our theme shelf was a big hit this week for three reasons-
1.We love Mo Willems
2. Any excuse to use our Schleich figures is a good excuse
3. We are currently obsessed with masks
I am pretty sure that if we still lived in California, Porter would have no idea what the bottom left picture is.
I dare you to find me a preschooler that doesn't like a good do-a-dot activity!
A "pink piggy" smoothie is the perfect snack time treat during pig week! If you are feeling cheeky, drizzle some chocolate syrup on the top and call it a "muddy pig!"
Porter did a great job helping the pigs on their space mission!
We LOVE our alphabet coloring pages!!!! Grab them a la carte here.
"The exercises of practical life are formative activities"- Maria Montessori.
Practical life skills are by far my favorite tenet of Montessori education. This week, Porter practiced opening and closing frequently used screw top items.
I thought the piggy bank would throw Porter for a loop, but I can't get anything passed this little guy!
We used The Big Red Barn by Margaret Wise Brown(one of the suggested stories for this week) as a reference with this activity.
I can't believe we are heading into the last quarter (All About Me) of our full year totschool curriculum! Head over to our website if you would like to learn more about either of our programs.