We took a break from our unit study on Monday and celebrated Seuss (although I still made them do work, it was Seuss based work!) I’m listing the books here instead of there for ease.
Most of their Monday stuff is listed in the link above, but they also…..
The Foot Book
One Fish Two Fish, Red Fish Blue Fish
Dr. Seuss ABC
Green Eggs and Ham
Go Dog, Go!
Oh the Places You’ll Go!
Calendar for March: Introduced Lion/Lamb- we decided it definitely came in like a lion. 6 year old wrote in the numbers for every day on the calendar and answered the questions. I may have the 3 year old write each number on the day as we go, or a week at a time.
Completed a maze to get the lion to the lamb.
6 year old:
Spelling words: March, Lion, Lamb, Pork, Beef, Beans, Peanuts, Meat, Chicken, Turkey, bonus words: Tofu and Quail
3 year old:
Colored Q for queen and U for umbrella color by number sheets
Matched sets of cards with the name of a shape on one, and the shape and name on the other (so she matched the words.) She had to do this face up, but I was still impressed.
Sign language letters V and W
5 senses oral worksheet- 5 things I see, smell, taste, hear and touch ‘in my house’…. we have a baby, just imagine the fun!
Music: Jesus Loves the Little Children, Somewhere over the rainbow (listening to 2 different versions), and On top of spaghetti
“Too much junk food” Berenstein Bears book and game kit (vegetable facts cards and sorting healthy/junk food)
Peanut by Selsam — this was a really awesome 1960’s photograph book, very detailed for the era– a must see for young kids. Black and white photos!
Store Sparkle Fun book (food groups)
The Magic School Bus Gets Baked in a Cake by Cole (this was mostly for the 3 year old)