We’re reading “Thankful” this week! On one page of the book, the poet is grateful for every good rhyme. This happy little book is a very well written poem, so we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to spend some time on rhyming words! We made […]
In “Thankful” there is a picture that depicts a little tent that the children have set up to be a pretend hotel, charging $5 per stay. Our math activity is inspired by that, using counting skills in a little toy store (that would be totally […]
We’re making a fuzzy honeybee this week, so go along with “Thankful” by Eileen Spinelli! Have you read this book? It’s VERY cute and PERFECT for Thanksgiving. I promise. We’re making a honeybee because in the book 1. The beekeeper is grateful for honeybees and […]
This sensory activity is GREAT for strengthening fine motor skills. Grab some foam, a hole punch, a darning needle, and some yarn and let’s sew some clothes! In the cute book we’re talking about this week, “Thankful“, the seamstress is grateful for her sewing machine. […]
We’re reading “Thankful” this week, and in the book, the fireman is thankful for putting the fire out. We designed our fun fire game to accompany this part of the book!
Time to get a good workout! Making butter is SO fun and very simple. Plus, it’s like magic, so it’s sure to be a hit with your little people. “Thankful” is about lots of things people are thankful for. In the text, a beekeeper is […]