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Saturday, January 14, 2012

Tot School Tag Along

Emory is 29 months old.

This past week was busy with doctor's appointments, car sickness, our first co-op, more doctor's appointments, and a little bit of craziness.  Emory pretty much just tagged along with brother's activities this week, since that is what he prefers anyway.

From our Winter Theme activities, Emory enjoyed playing with pattern block shapes...

...and lacing a mitten with my help.

He tolerated the clothespin variation of our original color matching activity.  He preferred the pompoms.

He liked the 1:1 correspondence, even though it was cotton balls and not cotton candy!

During the "The Little Penguin" Fun, Emory enjoyed his fish lunch...

...and freeing the frozen penguins in the icy sensory tub!

He also played with a few penguins and some pieces from our winter sensory tub while I worked on a difficult puzzle with brother.

Emory stretched out and built a little "city" for some of his men.

Exploring the color BROWN!

More Shapes
After his brother experimented with the Tangrams, Emory wanted his chance.  He immediately put these two triangles together to make a larger one!

He enjoyed burying the Penguins and rescuing them!

This was a monster!

Favorite Songs
I Am a Promise (we have the Veggie Tales version)

I am a C-H-R-I-S-T-I-A-N!

Favorite Books This Week

Tot School


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  2. Looks like a great week. I love the cute lunch and the frozen sensory activity. Thanks for sharing!

  3. What a fantastic week! The fish lunch is especially cute! Thank you for sharing! :)

  4. The winter sensory tub looks like so much fun! I will have to try that sometime! We are just starting with our tot school journey, and your blog was very encouraging! Stopping by from 1+1+1=1