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The Snowy Day is a simple story about a young child enjoying the snow. The sound, the feel, the games, and wonder of winter. It was the first time I'd read it with Eleanor.
I'm starting with this picture, because . . . this face!
She made a snowman from the The Snowy Day Lapbook from Homeschool Share, along with a couple other random activities from this printable pack.
We played with the sequencing cards and matched them up to the story.
We used snow balls (cotton balls) and stacked, and counted and built snowmen. That there is a snowman, can't ya tell?
So I found some other letters online, but she just colored the whole page.
We really like these pattern block mats. She made snowflakes this time, but we've done different animals and shapes. The preschoolers at co-op enjoyed them when I took them in last time too.
This was supposed to be like the art project in the manual. Gluing pieces of tissue paper in the style of Ezra Jack Keats. She wanted to "paint" them on, and I chose cool colors for winter. She filled the whole page.
We examined tracks . . . (from our dog)
My little Punky Brewster had fun playing in the snow and making her own tracks too.
Completely unrelated to the actual row, but these pictures were mixed in. She was completely into dress up this week. She also enjoyed coloring in her special school book (Count and Color from The Thinking Tree) with her crayon rocks.
Of course she also gets her crayons out at other times. A princess must make pretty art!
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