Our Valentine Preschool Trays
Here is our letter tray with little trinkets to identify the initial letter: M or N, that we worked on the last couple weeks…
Here is a fine motor transfer activity. They snuck and ate a few candy hearts in the transfer process.
This one was little heart boxes with candy hearts inside and they could eat them with the chopsticks.
Here is our rainbow rice and pasta in bins with heart spoons and scoops. I need to make lots more I am told.
Here are the little dears loving on each other and looking cuter than usual. :)
We did work on the Letter Z this week from Raising Rock Stars Preschool and Confessions of a Homeschooler along with Valentine’s activities from 1+1+1=1 and Confessions of a Homeschooler, along with Homeschool Share and Christian Preschool Printables.
They were little troopers as we took many of our more portable activities with us to two dental appointments for Elizabeth (she’s getting braces soon!). They worked diligently in the waiting rooms and were little angels. We did phonics and crafts from our a Beka curriculum too. We got lots of lovey books from the library (and are reading them and will maybe do a lapbook or two from Homeschool Share). They love playing on the iPods and get so excited with their games. We made Valentines for Daddy, Grandpa and Grandma, friends at church, and for a Valentine’s party on Monday afternoon. We’ll decorate our table and have a lovely meal later on, with candles and all!
The Adventurer says
Where did you get the little figure for the chop sticks. My kids love chop sticks but I always have to add paper and rubber bands to it and it is a real pain in the neck. I would love some of those. :)
Jenny Anne says
They are really awesome. I can’t remember where I found them…I think a grocery store, just on a hanging thing. I added a link for you! :)