Preschool Corner- RRSP: Letter E, YCR: Unit 2

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Abby is currently 3 1/2 years old. 

Preschool Corner




I am hoping this is my last WAY overdue post filled with non-existant/extended school weeks.  We have been two busy girls!

RRSP

Letter: E
Color: Purple
Number: 6
Bible Verse: Proverbs 20:11
Sight Word: Is

We continue to review past weeks Bible verses and she is still remembering, which is very good. 

Practicing for Letter E...


Sight word color by number...


Cutting her Bible verse..


ABC's, 123's, Shapes, Colors and Theme Printables

I did not bother with a theme, but she didn't seem to care...we did however do some pages in the mountains of workbooks I have and she found that fun and different.

We took a small trip back home to my parent's house to prepare for a garage sale.  While there, Abby used Starfall to do calendar, letter, number and reading activities.  She really enjoyed it!


She chose to work on her shape/color puzzle quite a bit.


Used a dot marker to find all the Ee's...


Tracing and following directions..


I printed this "Ee" sheet on cardstock so she could fingerpaint.  It started off so neat...


Then, she really got into it.  Needless to say by the end of the activity, letter E was hidden by purple paint. :-)


You Can Read

Unit: Two
I
Can
Me
You


This was our final review of Unit Two, as Abby is ready to move on.  We continue to review the previous unit and past sight words covered in RRSP, which totals to 10 words she has learned!  Our activities were mainly on the dry erase easel and on regular paper.  We made sentences, played word games..etc.  

Games and Toys

She has really been enjoying her Zoobs recently, designing dinosaurs and houses.



We also played a few board games, which she really loved including Busytown: Eye Found It and Sequence for Kids.




Playtime

To say Abby enjoys gymnastics would be such an understatement, she LOVES it!! She sings her Days of the Week song every day to figure out how close Wednesday is.  There are so many activities she gets to take part in--listening and following directions, hand-eye coordination, letter, numbers, shapes and non-stop moving PLUS she really enjoys seeing her friends each week.



She also picked up a new trade with the help of Uncle Brad while we were visiting at my parent's house...laying tile.  She still talks about what a "great helper" she was. :-)





 














3 comments:

  1. Abby is always very intent on what she is doing. Good job developing interesting lesson plans.

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  2. I've never seen the Sequence for Kids game. We have the State Sequence and also the adult version and love those!! :)

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    1. It was an "Amazon" discovery while browsing for Christmas gift ideas...definitely worth it!

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