Chiplet Adventures (part 21): Letters E and Z

Continuing the alphabet train here with two more letters: E and Z!

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Chiplet Adventures (part 20): Letters A, L, N and W

Lots of pictures to share today. Let’s go alphabetically…

and start with A! We did A is for astronaut.

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Chiplet Adventures (part 19): Letter Q

Here we are, back with a new letter. It’s funny what the Chiplet chooses to pick versus the Fudgelet. The Fudgelet didn’t have a clue what “queen” or “king” is at this age, but the Chiplet has an idea from reading different books. We had fun making these letters.

 

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Chiplet Adventures (part 19): Letters U and Y

In the interest of catching up a bit, today I am combining two of the letters we did…U and Y. Again, nothing fancy today. The fanciest is using a hole puncher for one of the Y crafts.

Let’s start with Y is for…

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Chiplet Adventures (part 18): Letter V Week

We need to speed through these letter posts! I also need to doublecheck which ones I haven’t shared on here, yet. I might start doubling up if there are a bunch left. It’s hard since we went out of order. This week I have letter V to share. It was pretty simple since he now knows the word vehicles and already knew about volcanoes (benefits of having an older sibling).

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Topic-Changing Thursdays: The Chiplet is 2.5 Years Old!

Sometimes it seems like I shouldn’t bother with a half year update, but there are always so many changes during these early years. We even have lots of good news from this set of 6 months.

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Tips-y Tuesdays: Homemade Bubble Solution

If you’re looking for more activities to do around your house, here is another idea. I have found kids of all ages like bubbles, especially if you’re able to make big ones. I have a big wand in the shape of a turtle that makes really big bubbles, but I always run out of bubble solution. I looked to see if I could have some shipped to us, but the only ones I could find were too expensive for the amount of solution, or were small amounts that seemed wasteful. Obviously I don’t want to run to the store just for bubble solution, so I decided to try to make some, after scouting around online.

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