Monday, April 15, 2024

Tot School: Spring Flowers

For Tot School, we are currently doing both shapes and other themes concurrently. Here are the activities we did for "spring flowers." Juniper was 21 months.
This was a play dough tray I made for her to explore. It had chocolate play dough, little terracotta pots, Toob flowers, buttons and gems. It smelled wonderful but was messy!
She also used her flower play dough set(the price on this one seems to jump around like crazy, it was pretty inexpensive when I got it). It is one we get out pretty regularly.
Spring flower sensory bin. I used terracotta pots, various types of flowers and a springy base (green rice and spaghetti with multicolored star pasta)

Playing with her flower builders.
Flower paper punches. She loves the activity, but definitely still needs a lot of help.
She did the flowers out of her beginner pattern blocks.
Spring flower tray puzzles. Some of these she does fine on her own, some she needs help.
Flower matching cards and flower toob. She could do several, but lost interest quickly.
Books, of course! We got out lots of spring and flower books. Juniper surprised me in how much she liked some of the "older" books in addition to the board books.
Splat the Cat Oopsie Daisy (absolute favorite this year)
Here are some of the early readers I pulled for this theme. I pulled them from Meet the Digraphs, Meet the Sight Words Level 3, Non-Fiction Sight Words Readers Level D and a random scholastic pack.

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