Saturday, October 31, 2009

TOT SCHOOL WEEK FIVE - 29 MONTHS

Tot School

We started our week with Musical Monday and ended it with trick or treating. In between we did the Letter of the Week ("C"), stART, baking and Art Class. For a couple of the days, we had some of Ryleigh's friends over for Tot School.

Ryleigh working on the Letter C- I had them paint with large circles (toilet paper rolls) and small circles (straws). Letter C turned into a Caterpillar... :)




Ryleigh working on her name cards. (We keep this one in heavy rotation)


Playing Duck Duck 1-2-3 with Emily. This is a great game that helps with counting. The girls really liked playing with the ducks...a little more than playing the actual game...

Because Ryleigh likes baking so much, I thought she might like to bake with a friend... the girls made pumpkin muffins. The activity helps practice pouring, spooning, scooping, etc.


Braeden waiting for the girls to finish with school....

The girls playing with Braeden while they wait for their muffins to finish baking...

Ryleigh at Art Class at my friend Michelle's house...they were making a fall tree....

Trick or Treating with some friends....

Check out what others are doing for Tot School at 1+1+1=1

7 comments:

meredith said...

I like the caterpillar c. That was a good idea to make big and small circles.

Mari-Ann said...

Aw, all those little ones in costume - too cute! Looks like you guys had a fun week!

Virginia Lee said...

Trick or treating is a great way to end a tot school week!

Michelle said...

What a great week. I love that you had them make pumpkin muffins! We had so much fun doing totschool, music, art and trick or treating with you!!

Nicole {tired, need sleep} said...

Hey, I recognize that little Emily!:) You had so many great activities. The name cards are one of M's favorites too!

Adriana said...

The caterpillar activity is a great idea! I'll bet the girls had fun baking together too!

Susan said...

They did such a great job making the muffins. I love that you gave them the freedom to mix and spoon it into the pan themselves!