Friday, February 14, 2020

Gray Tot School Activities

Archer is 20 months

In August I posted our Color Themes Goals. Those are what I had in mind while we started Tot School this week, not actually learning the color.
His little shelf had a few books.  I got out two of his Non-Fiction Sight Words books, two of his Meet the Sight Words readers and two of his Meet the Phonics books (he likes those better than story books at the moment).  The poster was free from Isla Hearts Teaching on TPT. I also hung up the pages to his color book (free here).
Gray word cards (free here). Sometimes he really likes these matching activities, and other times he gets bored.  He can almost always read all the words (from watching the corresponding Little Reader lessons)
 Coloring his Gray Book (free here). Gray was a bit harder, so we only had crayons, a colored pencil and a marker.
Bin of miscellaneous gray/silver objects. Since many were metal, I got out some magnets also.
Playroom shelves this week.  The goal of the toys is to entertain him and give him some fine motor practice.  Things like building, sorting and puzzles also provide some spacial awareness (math and even physics). 

On top was Acorn Soup (we're trying to get in more games for him). The shelves had a wooden puzzle, Rollipop ball roller, two part vehicle puzzles, a basket of gray animals, a clear container with paperclips and magnets, a bin of silver/gray objects, Inchimals and his basket of vehicles. We also brought up the Hilltops, which usually live in the basement.

Honestly, I kind of forgot about our Inchimals, from when Xander was younger.  I shouldn't have waited so long to get them out.  Archer really enjoyed them!
Helping Mommy bake "taste."

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