Porter and I just wrapped up week 14 - rectangles! Check out some highlights of our week.
We started our week outside! Porter made it about half way around the rectangle during our "walk the line" gross motor game before he felt compelled to read!
Please excuse Mr. Jelly face! I was setting up this beginning sound sorting activity while he was having lunch and he insisted on doing it before he washed up.
"Good night little girl. Stay warm with your blanket." - Porter
This week brought us a new activity! Our new A to Z funny phonics books will reinforce beginning word sounds, open up doors to new vocabulary, and just make you laugh!
Also new this week, your little one can start their "My First Alphabet" notebook!
For our sensory tub this week, we built a city out of Duplo blocks!
Porter took a bit of a circuitous route with this matching sheet, but he got it done!
Rectangle snack + rectangle worksheet = homeschooling win! I love the subtleties of homeschooling; the themed shelf, the themed books, the themed snacks. Our weeks are not spent with me yammering on "rectangles this, rectangles that." Our weeks are spent immersing ourselves in the subject using all of our senses. Usually by Thursday, Porter will say something like "Why did you cut my pancake into a triangle? Pancakes are circles!" or "Hey Mommy! I'm wearing all green clothes!"
I've said it before, and I'll say it again. One of my favorite things about our homeschooling program is the adaptability! Porter's fine motor skills aren't at a point (and its totally fine!) where he can color in these flags, so I brought out pom poms for him to place on them instead!
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