I’m one of those mom’s that says every age and stage of a child’s life is the best. I can’t help it, each stage brings new fun, exciting things to learn and do. Activities are so much fun in the Fall, and so easy to put together. Check out how we worked on spelling, math, transferring and the best ways to share feelings and emotions.
Here is a peek into Little B’s Kinder learning this past week. If you are interested in any or all of the printable activities you can find them here, on our Fall printable page.
Math with Pumpkins (addition)
I just love seeing him write. We are working on his grip, he seems to get it right 75% of the time.
Practicing patterns with pumpkins and Jack-o-lanterns.
We worked on emotions/feelings this week reading the books It’s Hard to be Five, When Sofie Get’s Angry, Today I feel Silly, and many others.
We also printed out a cute book from 1+1+1=1 of pumpkins, that we turned into Jack-o-lanterns by showing their emotion.
Fall color sorting
One of the days Little B took a lot of time building up his Mr. Potato Heads, and then afterwards he decided they all needed a shower. What a great skill to learn (bathing). Plus it worked on his fine motor skills by using the sprayer.
Little B is only five and I believe in a lot of play based learning. We spend most of our days, exploring, reading, talking, laughing, going on walks, playing outside, and spending time together.
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