L and E are doing great with homeschool Pre-K/ Kindergarten this year. We engage in learning activities 7 days a week, so some days end up being more formal instruction (activity trays that I set up for them to complete) while other days are filled with reading together and playing. Here's a recap of what we did this week:
My 4 year old twins are little artists, and in the search for drawing books for them I ran across the Draw Write Now series and bought the 1st (farm animals) and 8th (land animals) books for the girls. My kids have been enjoying learning to draw animals using this program so much that I felt compelled to write a review..
I'm still in shock that my little dude is 2 years old! My tiny helpless baby has turned into such a sweet, amazing, and independent toddler. I've been having a great time playing alongside him and watching him learn and grow in leaps and bounds. Here are some of the activities we've been enjoying together lately during our Tot School sessions..
During our study of Ancient Egypt last month (for Story of the World), I had a hard time finding activities for learning Egyptian Hieroglyphs that were appropriate for my 4 year-olds. After a lot of searching, I decided to just make my own worksheet, which I'm sharing with Learners In Bloom readers for free at: Egyptian Hieroglyphs Printable Worksheet for Little Kids . Here's what's included..