We’ve actually been quite productive in our lessons…though you couldn’t tell from my lack of posting. But here’s a few things we’ve been doing in the last month:
I am so excited that Joey has finally taken to the spooning work. I’ve had it out before, but this was the first time he actually spooned from one bowl to the next and back again without any direction. Yay!
As part of studying transportation, we made this little shape train. He did all his own gluing and shape placing. Here he’s covering the red “wheels” with green ones.
I’m finding that Joey’s at the age where he can safely do the “big kid” things that I use to say “no” too, like climb a ropes ladder all by himself. He’s growing up so fast!
Sensorial is probably my favorite area in the Montessori classroom and I’m enjoying seeing Joey make up his own extensions.
Such a serious face, but he does love to paint. He often asks to paint with his fingers.
I love this picture. Our zoo recently revamped and reopened theirÂ arcticÂ exhibit. Joey was at the window when one of the grizzly bears came right up to him nose-to-nose! He was a taken aback at first. What’s also neat about the grizzly exhibit is they have an old pick-up truck with the bed built into the enclosure and the cab on the other side of the wall, so that when the bears sit in the truck bed you can sit in the cab and feel it move too.
And…Mother’s Day…hope you had a good one!
This post is linked to One Hook Wonder and Tot School.