Showing posts with label thanksgiving. Show all posts
Showing posts with label thanksgiving. Show all posts

Thanksgiving Themed Rhyme and Beginning Letter Sound BINGO Game

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

My 4 years old absolutely loves our Thanksgiving rhyme and beginning letter BINGO game!  He loves rhyming words, so I just have to come up with some activity to feed this interest.  Since we’ve been exploring beginning letter sounds, I also added this to our game.

Thanksgiving Themed Rhyme and Beginning Letter Sound BINGO Game

HALLOWEEN and THANKSGIVING Learning Materials

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Visit my Sellfy store for some fantastic learning materials this Halloween and Thanksgiving season!  Click on the images below for the download link.

The Owl Nomenclature Cards

The Spider Nomenclature Cards

The Bat Nomenclature Cards

The Skeletal System Nomenclature and Definition Cards

The Turkey Nomenclature Cards

Turkey Nomenclature Card and Definition Booklet

Saturday, November 16, 2013

Look what I made for our Thanksgiving Theme activity this month!

The file contains:

  • 13 picture cards
  • 13 labels
  • 13 control cards
  • 13 definitions for booklet
  • activity sheets
  • title cards

Turkey Preview

Hope you like it.  Enjoy!

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Homeschool Wrap-Up

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Mavi is 38 months old.

These days, my son isn’t into homeschooling.  All he wanted to do was play-pretend Artzooka or Mister Maker.  Whenever I ask him if he wants to play a game, he would always say “No, I’m playing artzooka.”  And this is the reason why I, at the moment, postponed my planned homeschool curriculum and decided to whip out activities randomly whenever he wants to do some ‘schooling’.  I really don’t want to take that play pretend at the moment because he really really enjoys pretending that he can create crafts and stuff without me being there. 

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I am religious in reading books to him in the morning, but there were times that I get to be busier during the day so I would up reading books on him in the afternoon or during bedtime.  Sometimes, I also forget to read books because of chores and personal work.  So I decided to read at least one book everyday just to ensure that we have read a book.  And this week, we read Gingerbread Man (and The Very Busy Spider, The Elves and the Shoemaker, The Billy Goat Gruff and Kid’s Bible, etc).  Here  Mavi took out the animals that appeared in the Gingerbread Man story and in The Very Busy Spider.  We did some role playing using these animals.

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We made Gingerbread Man paper dolls and dress them up.  My son enjoyed this the most!

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MATH

Practice counting using the leaves as we were discussing about the season Fall the other day.

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Then we work with some patterns.  I downloaded this from here.

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In lieu of Thanksgiving, we made our Gratitude Leaves and hung them in his room.  While I wrote all the things that I am thankful for, my expressed his gratitude by drawing those things in the leaves! (He’s busy with his Button Snake)

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Counting from numbers 1 to 50 using these number chip cards which I made out of cardstock.

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I made these CVC cards so we can practice more of CVC words. We're done working with our pink series and before I move to blue series, I wanted to expose him to other cvc words, those that were not included in our pink series set.

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 PRACTICAL LIFE/SKILLS

I made this button snake for him to practice buttoning (and unbuttoning).  He got hooked! I was surprised to discover that it was difficult for him to insert the button in the felt squares. But after a few tries... he finally figured out how to do it.  I plan to make a few more, and vary the button shapes/sizes.

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He’s just into writing these days. His favorite sketch pad is my notebook even though there are plenty of paper around the house! Thank goodness he doesn’t write on the wall.

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Tearing paper and gluing them.  He wasn’t into this activity.

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I am still trying to expose him to painting.  For some reason, he lost his interest in painting.  He just wants to draw(using oil pastels) and write... and painting his least favorite. Maybe, it’s because he doesn’t have a suitable table to paint, and is not comfortable doing this activity on the floor :) Yep, we’re still looking for his work table.  And we left his Crayola Paints back in SG, so that means, I need to shell out a few more cashing(again) to get him some paints. DSC_0010

 

Playdoh free play.  Always a favorite :)

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A friend asked if we do outdoor activities.  Of course we do! We never missed an opportunity to go out when there’s sun! I’m an outdoor person and I wanted my son to pass that to my son :) It’s just that, well I wanted to keep those moments private so I try not to talk about it here nor post pictures of it.  So here’s the proof that we do go out.  This was when we took a day tour at the city center.  We visit this beautiful park where we get to see lots of ducks on the pond.  Then we walked our way around, do some sightseeing and just enjoy the crowd, the sun and mother nature.

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Gratitude Leaves for Thanksgiving

Monday, November 14, 2011

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My son and I started writing all the things that we are thankful for in these leaf-shaped cut-outs.  After, we hung them in his window. 

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