Tot School- Letter K and Autumn Theme

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Abby is 39 months.

Tot School


Unfortuantly, a handful of pictures disappeared off my memory card with Abby's work this week.  But, I do have a few to illustrate what she learned about.

I pulled out my SSRW card with letter "K."  I said this week, we are going to learn about the letter...I was immediatly cut off with, "That's the letter K, Mommy."  So, great she knows it. :-) We went over the sound and some examples of words starting with "K."

She worked on Connect the Dot printable from Homeschool Creations.  We started at the number 0 and she counted to 10 with each dot she passed.


An increasing favorite, counting and number identifiation.  It's amazing how quickly she does these sheets now, I can hardly get a picture.




She worked on patterns and gluing.



And of course, finding the items that are different.  I also have her tell me why it's different..sometimes the reasons are pretty funny. :-)


She worked on several tracing sheets.  This particular one proved to be very difficult because of the complexity.  She was concentrating pretty hard.


This summer, Target had some different Bingo sets in their dollar section.  I had purchased the Alphabet Bingo game.  We played and she won TWICE!  

We also worked on letter sounds.  She flew through this pretty quick and started comparing letter sounds.  For example, she had a squirrel and scarecrow on the sheet.  When, asked what "scarecrow" started with..she responded with "s" like squirrel. 



She had some time draw on her dry erase board.  After awhile, she asked for me to write, "ABBY."  I wrote it and had her trace the letters and say them back to me.  


Then, she drew her version of her name.  And, every letter is there.


Towards the end of our school time, we worked on more counting and number recognition with clothspins.  She thinks this is the coolest thing and won't accept "Good!" as praise.  I have to say, "Great Job!" or "Good Girl!"  She's too funny.






Abby used the leaves in her Fall sensory bin to label as small, medium or large.  We also used various sized pumpkins.  She really enjoys activities like these.


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