Emory is 30 months old
I didn't get many pictures this week, but here are the few times I remembered the camera.
ArtEmory painted his car for AWANA.
He decided it needed to be a Toy Story car! As you can tell by the soldier's head, this picture is after the car raced and endured some child-play. The race itself was a little overwhelming for Emory, as the kids gradually get louder during each round, so we left after our boys were finished.
Then he experimented with color mixing and different paintbrushes...very fun!
While brother was doing his math, I gave Emory the linking cubes for his own explorations.
He made several groups of twos!
Sensory and Imagination
Emory has really enjoyed playing with this Dinosaur Land "sensory tub" and it has been fun listening to him feed the dinosaurs! The boys have played really well together with the dinosaurs this week, and watching and listening to their creative little minds is always a joy!
Here he's playing with part of his Dinosaur Train toy while still dressed up! He also enjoyed a few episodes of Dinosaur Train on PBS (or in our case Netflix), which is one of his favorite shows.
Food Fun...or not so much
This Dinosaur lunch was at his brother's request. Emory doesn't eat hard-boiled eggs or tomatoes, but I always offer him everything, because he won't learn to eat new foods if he isn't exposed to them. His brother has no problem polishing off what he won't eat. Emory did eat his sandwich (and scraps), grapes, salad, and had some more fruit.
Our field trips earlier this week included a trip to the Creation Museum...Emory loved the dinosaurs, and walking under the dinosaur in front of the building was apparently very fun!
Everything at the Newport Aquarium was a big hit! Emory was fascinated!
We had several read-alouds this week as usual, but Emory's picks came from the Autumn section of our bookshelf.
You can also check out Elliott's Year 0 (Pre-K) Weekly Wrap-Up to see what he's been learning!