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…Continue reading
Continuing the alphabet train here with two more letters: E and Z!
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…
My phone and my picture editor haven’t been cooperating lately, so I just discovered a whole bunch of letters we missed. So, again, I apologize if the Chiplet seems to be getting older and younger at the same time with these posts. Today I bring to you the letter D.
With this ongoing pandemic, you might be looking for some activities to help break up your days, so I am going to share some more random activities besides the regularly programmed ones I planned for the kids. Since we are getting close to Easter, I have been finding lots of egg activities to do with the kids. Maybe you will find some inspiration. It helps, even if the activities are short, to make the day a bit more exciting.
We are still here doing much of our usual routine, although the letter crafts have gotten spread out a bit more since I’m also working on the Fudgelet’s schoolwork while he is out of school for the next indefinite time period. We have also been going outside a bunch, partially since the Fudgelet normally gets two recesses a day, partially that we aren’t able to go anywhere and it helps to break up the day, and also because it has been so nice out. After a very dark January, we are still wanting to soak up sunshine.
But now, let’s talk about letter J!
Sometimes we go out of order, depending on what the Chiplet is in the mood to make. For this week, we started with lowercase r.