It works well that my son is left-handed and my daughter’s right-handed, this way they learn to share and do one activity together!
After the paint has dried, we cut the part and placed them to their designated positions, as you can see on the next picture.
My son asked me to take a picture of this saying that it’s Mike Mulligan’s shovel!
Next are the activities we did for our Goodnight Moon book.
Got the printables from homeschool creations.
We used this for the story sequencing activity.
I cut each picture and asked my kids to arrange them in order of how it was mentioned in the book.
My daughter loved arranging the pictures with the help of her brother.
Some pre-writing activites.
My son’s already confident with writing/ tracing activities like this. So happy!
My daughter’s pencil grip is a work in progress, so glad to see her really do her best though. After all, it’s the effort that she puts into it that matters.
Beginning sounds activity
Here’s my son pointing to me his answer as he sounds it out to her sister.
My son pretty much knows his sounds well.
I also introduced the concept of single’s and pairs through this activity and they got it quite easily. The magic of play-based learning!
This activity teaches children to determine the syllables in a word by clapping.
Enjoying the clapping activity, they haven’t really focused on the syllables yet.
A simple memory game.
Cat rhymes with rat!
They help me sing the song and my kids get to read some of the word through the help of the pictures. Lots of laughs in this activity!
So much for the letter M!!!