Here he was jumping from number to number as I was calling them out.
Letter tracing, I realized that he probably needs a lot more PRE-WRITING before we can even start words.
Palm Sunday Memory, here's where I went wrong, didn't use card stock and he could see through them, thus this was over in about 30 seconds. Live and learn, right?
Creating Palm Leaves.
This was probably by far the most exciting activity we did. #1 did a great job following directions and loved the finished product!
Number Recognition game, this was fun until he realized he had to do 1-10, he was fine up until about 5.
Size Sorting. He put all the small ones in a pile, medium sized ones, then large ones, not prompted at all. This was way easy for him!
Another FUN craft activity, we used our homemade Modge Podge and recreated the "Triumphal Entry".
#1 thought that we needed to really reenact it, so he made a donkey (aka- legos) and Jesus (Lego Man). I was surprised with how involved he got in the bible reading of the story!
We also sung the songs included in the pack, and I'm happy to say that we've moved from a Christmas song (that #1 ALWAYS sings) to Easter Time - tune to Jingle Bells.We had a great week!
Next week we'll be doing some work with an Easter Pack I found online. If you want to know more specifically what I'm using for home school teachings you can go to my home school tab. I hope to have it more updated as we start preschool 3s in mid August.
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