Fudgelet Adventures (part 5): Lowercase Letters MNOPQRS

And here with are with another batch of lowercase letters to enjoy. As you can see, I stopped taking as many progress pictures…and often forgot to take pictures each day of the letters. So, some are group shots. Buying the googly eyes was a great investment. As you can see, eyes were added to just about everything. Easy for mom, fun for son.

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Let’s start with m…

For m, he picked mittens, and because he has a pair of monster mittens that he loves, we made these match.

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A little different, but the same idea.

Next was n, which doesn’t get its own picture…we did a ninja n. I think he picked it to use the eyes.

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You can’t tell from far away, but the yellow part of the n is actually a foam sheet I cut to add a little fun texture. For o, we had to do octopus.

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He attempted to color the tentacle circles as you can see above.

Next was p, and he had a few options but ultimately chose “penguin.”

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He made us use two eyes even though it was supposed to be a profile picture, haha.

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The letter q was tricky since there aren’t many q nouns he knows. We have a quilt covering our tv stand. Normally we just call it a blanket, but I taught him the word quilt so that we could use it. Then I cut up felt and foam squares for him to arrange on the q.

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For r, we mixed “rainbow” for the colored cars (the g one is camouflaged), and “road.” You could even go crazier and say they are “race cars.”

S was simple since we did snake. He chose to paint the snake.

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Here it is drying…we have finished all of the letters at this point, and have been doing numbers. Next time I will have to finish showing you the letters (and include the finished “s”) and then start showing our number line.

How many numbers will we do before I run out of ideas? Will we continue to have a craft everyday? Stay tuned!

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