Tuesday, April 30, 2024

Tot School: Creepy Crawlies

For Tot School, we have been working on a shape a week, as well as doing other themed activities. The most recent theme was Creepy Crawlies (bugs)
Matching Insects and Bugs Vocabulary cards and our Toob insects. She insisted on doing it while holding a toy shot, despite that making it much harder.
Bug Jar Counting. We used a  six sided die and some bug erasers.
More counting with these sticker sheets from Confessions of a Homeschooler

Bug playdough tray with cookie cutters, beads, buttons and backyard bug rollers.
"Fishing" for bugs with this puzzle. She loved to pull them out, but wasn't great at putting them back in yet.
Wooden insect puzzles from this set. Some she can do more easily than others.
Bug matching game. I have her two boards and the corresponding cards. She had a fun time matching them up. When she's older we can try to play bingo with them.
Butterfly puzzle. This one she likes a lot and can pretty much do independently.
Sensory bin with Toob insects.
Bee dot page. I use pom pom magnets and had her match the colors. (printable here)
Bee line tracing. She liked trying, but couldn't actually do this well, yet.
Which is different bee page. She's a little too young for this, so we mostly just talked about it.

Toddler Bug Books:
You're My Little Cuddle Bug (one of her all time faves)


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