Sunday, October 31, 2010


Here is a peek at some of the fun we had in the months of September and October.
Dinosaurs make really cool tracks in the playdoh. They are also fun to hide in the playdoh.

All aboard the shape train. This activity helped to intoduce for some and reinforce for others the basic shapes.

In September we spent some time on Nursery Rhymes. We used egg shells to create our Humpty Dumpty, and then fixed his boo-boo with a band-aide.

More fun with dinosaurs. This time with finger paint and triangles.

Black sponge painted bats with orange beads. (colors of the month).

Itsy Bitsy spider(s) in the spider web. More color reinforcement here.

We read one of our favorite Halloween stories, 'Woo! The Not-So-Scary Ghost,' then created our own ghost handprints with a mixture of half glue, half shaving cream. Makes a nice puffy ghost and is great for sensory integration.

5 Little Pumpkins Sitting on a Gate. This is a great fine motor activity. Believe or not, tearing paper is not so easy for two year olds. They tend to want to pull it apart.

Thanks for looking!

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