Ironic Adventures

 

Thing Two, Thing Two, What do You See?

I think we’ve finally found something to rival the Farm Tot Book: The Brown Bear Printable Pack. He loved it! In fact, we all did – such cute graphics and I really loved the real-life animal pictures. Adorable.

 IMG_0143 IMG_0145 He loved matching his “color friends” as he likes to call them. He did this every.single.day. this week.

IMG_0121 IMG_0142 He also really loved “reading” his little “What do You see?” book to me. And the great real life animals were a huge hit as well. He matched them up each day. And even funnier, there is a set of “cartoon” animals as well, but he didn’t want to play with those at all – he was all about the real pictures!

IMG_0169 He tried the line tracing, just drew straight lines to each object (some were zigzag or curvy), but hey – that’s cool too.

IMG_0167 He also decided he would play the roll & graph game all on his own. hehe Then he also played it with Big Brother.

Thing Two also enjoyed his Very Hungry Caterpillar Tot Book activities (we did this because the caterpillar becomes a butterfly).

IMG_0148 IMG_0149 IMG_0151 IMG_0153  This is a great pack – lots to do and he has played with it many, many times throughout the year.

He also enjoyed some of the LOTW Letter B games and some Bee Activities from 2 Teaching Mommies.

IMG_0132 IMG_0133 He couldn’t really get the hang of the spinner, but he still had lots of fun trying it out.

IMG_0117 IMG_0176 IMG_0122 He took out ALL out LOTW lacing. He said he wanted ME to do them all. HA HA HA not happening!

IMG_0157 IMG_0173  IMG_0137  I was surprised this week he was actually interested in trying to actually follow the lines and trace. He usually just scribbles these pages, and I don’t often give him a tracer activity unless he would ask. In the future, he’ll be getting LOTW all to himself and then I’ll be having him work on his tracing and counting more regularly. Right now he’s just having lots of fun during our school time.

Well, that’s it – our last week..based off of Thing One’s movement through the LOTW PreK/K4 curriculum. Stay tuned for what’s next for Thing Two. :-)

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4 thoughts on “Thing Two, Thing Two, What do You See?

  1. chelle says:

    Looks like they had alot of fun. I have some of the Brown Bear pack printed (love all her printables!)..but my lil guy hasn’t shown a whole lotta interest…yet..he will do the heads and tails matching..I printed them on magnetic paper and we have an oil pan on the wall…he’s done it a couple of times.

    Love your little mans idea that you do all the lacing…just trying to share the fun (?)

  2. Carisa says:

    I am so glad your son enjoyed the packs! I loved seeing them in action ;-)

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