Sunday, April 26, 2009

Tot School

Tot School

Miss O is 2 years and 9 months old.
This week in Tot School:
Miss O played with the pop beads. She didn't stick with this for too long:
Miss O, Little Bean and myself all took turns with the mystery bag puzzle:
She made up stories with felt. She actually did this one for a while. I rotated out the felt pieces this week, so maybe that is why:
She played with the magnadoodle:
And did the nesting dolls a few times:
She did some work with these foam puzzle pieces. I got these at the thrift store for 3 dollars this week. Unfortunately many of them are losing the sticker picture in the front, so I am refurbishing them as they fall off. Perhaps when I am done I will do a post on the new and improved foam puzzle blocks!
She did this heads and tails game printed from 1+1+1=1 (you can find them on my side bar):
And worked on our file folder puzzle:
Here she is working on a Tangram pattern card. She actually did really well with this!
DH snapped this shot--Miss O doing storytime with her dollies! Can you tell she's been to too many storytimes at the library to count??
Squeeze and Match:
And then Melissa and Doug puzzles:
A bit of fill and spill, this time with toothpicks. This turned out to be a little too pokey (compared to the popcycle sticks in a coffee mug) for my taste. I don't know if I'll bring this out again for a while.
The open and shut game I posted about earlier this week was a total success with the both of them:
And lastly, a bit of Hi Ho Cherri-O with Grandma:

What a week!


Christy said...

I love the way you have the magnadoodle on the wall. I am going to do that today! I think I'll put my magnetic letter boards up too. Great idea.

Terra said...

I thought we did a lot this week. You've got some great ideas! I hope to see more of them.

Christy said...

I just had to tell you that I put my daughter's magnadoodle and magnetic letter board on the wall, but my son would have no part of that. He threw a huge temper tantrum over me suggesting it (he has always had issues with change!). My daughter, however, loves the new setup. Thanks.

pucktricks said...

You could try broken up spaghetti noodles in place of tooth picks, she might like that better.

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