Preschool Homeschool Red Unit

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Some call it tot school.  Some call it mommy or daddy and me.  I call it loads of fun!  Porter (a little over 2 years old) and I started our 2-3 year old preschool homeschool curriculum this past week and we both loved it!   This program is broken down into 4 quarters and for the first 9 weeks of the year, we will learn about colors.  Check out some highlights from our  red week!
 This little guy has been watching his sister build theme boards for almost a year now and he was so happy to finally get his own!  These coloring pages can be added to your interactive notebook afterwards.
We snacked on lots of red things this week.   Raspberries, apple, beet, and carrot juice, and red peppers!
**Home CEO Hack** Do you have a picky eater?  Don't give up! Try presenting new foods in different ways.  Your little lady won't eat avocado?  Toss some in her next smoothie!  Your little dude won't eat white beans?  Puree them and mix it in with mashed potatoes!  And if all else fails, just call it something similar that they do it :)  ...Carrots were called sweet potato circles for a few months in our house.
We had a blast with out Montessori letter sound tub.  Feel free to add any household items that your little one is familiar with too!
I guess its good to know Porter has 44 more weeks to practice his tracing skills!
Both of my children (and I too!) love Eric Carle books.  We read The Grouchy Ladybug and then made a ladybug of our own.
Porter has watched Kylie do hundreds of mazes like this.  All I had to do was tell him to color in the 1's and he went to town!
Color sorting!  We did this one every day this week; mixing it up with some small figures and legos!
I believe there is a old proverb that says "teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime. But give a little boy a glue stick, and you will be able to enjoy your coffee while its still warm."

Goodbye red week!  We had a lot of fun!  Do you want to join in on the fun?  Click here to purchase!  Come back next week and see everything we do with our second week!

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