Samuel is currently 33.5 months old.
We had so much fun rowing the classic book, Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown. We also focused on the letter M this week.
What a hit this little sensory bin was all week long! Sam requested this little tub of goodies several times a day.
We continued with our letter M sensory bins. This week was a big hit because of the mailbox. He loved putting everything in his mailbox.
We did several Goodnight Moon themed crafts!
We did a simple paper craft one afternoon. Sam continues to love cutting and pasting. So we made a window looking out at the moon and stars.
This was his first real experience with glitter. I confess – I was nervous! But he did really well, and we had so much fun. We ended up cutting the moon and stars out and pasting them on black construction paper.
We pasted marshmallows (pretending they were moon rocks) onto a letter M.
This might have been his favorite craft. I told him we were going to make a mouse, and I’m pretty sure he didn’t believe me. When he saw the project completed, he was so excited – all grins! He was very excited to show Daddy his mouse that night.
We read the poem, Hey Diddle Diddle several times and made a little go along book. We also memorized the poem, I See the Moon. He loves this little verse and says it often.
Our REALLY fun activity was finger painting! We mixed blue and yellow to make green (great green room … get it?). Sam thought this was so neat. this was his first finger painting experience. He’s never been interested in getting his hand dirty before!
Stacking bowls were a big hit this week. He is really into lining objects up and then counting them.
We made moon and star shape cookies as a family one night. It was so fun and precious memories for our family.
You can see all the books we have rowed here.
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