Friday, March 6, 2020

Black and White Tot School Activities

Archer is 21 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 some of his "artwork."
White foods word cards (free here). He read all the words and pointed to the pictures, but wanted me to actually place the cards together.
Playdough this week had white dough, some dice, some large googly eyes and a textured roller.
I threw together a quick sensory bin with white rice and black beans. We put some of his black and white animals in for fun. He asked for it several times.
Stamping. I gave him a washable black ink pad and his shapes stamps.
Chalk and white paint on black paper.
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 Frankie's Food Truck Fiasco. The shelves had some black and white animals to sort, a unifix pattern activity, colored cars and garages, blocks from Pattern Play, 2-part puzzles, a wooden peg puzzle, black and white animal figurines, Magnaflex, a lacing cow and his basket of vehicles.
Frankie's Food Truck Fiasco. We still don't play by the rules, but he really enjoys finding the shapes for each "table."
Big and Little animal sorting. 
Unifix cube patterns.
Blocks from Pattern Play
2 Part Puzzles 
Black and white animals. Mostly from Toobs, but some bigger ones as well.
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