Fudgelet and Chiplet Adventures (part 8): Fall During a Pandemic

I’ve mentioned how we have been trying to keep certain things the same for the kids as we celebrate holidays. Sometimes it can be a bit of a challenge to find workarounds, but we have managed so far this year. With Fall and Halloween activities, normally I plan lots of crafts, as well as a visit to the pumpkin patch (does anyone else feel huge relief after that trip? I always worry each year that we won’t be able to find a reasonably dry day, and this year we needed to worry about avoiding people), and of course trick or treating. What have we managed to do this year? Continue reading…

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Fudgelet and Chiplet Adventures (part 7): Spring into Summer

As we ended the school year and moved into summer time fun, I still had some activities for around the house since playgrounds remained closed.

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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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