Friday, September 18, 2009

Ll is for Leaf

This week for Tae's Kindergarten we covered the letter Ll.

We've really been immersing him in reading. These were my Ll selection books for this week.

We sang, "Do You Know the Lettuce Man?
I'm pretty much tired of that song now.
Excuse my coffee smear across the page.

And Daddy stayed home today and interrupted, I mean helped with homeschool.

Tae cut out the letter Ll templates.

And starting LACING around two sheets of heavy construction paper that I punched holes into.

He glued the Letter Ll to the front and kept lacing.

When he was all done he had a really cool pocket folder to keep his Ll artwork in.

Morgan is very much the "gimme the assignment 'cause I have better things to do" kinda gal.
She likes to check of those little boxes to know that she's done.
And to show everyone else that she is done.
Ll is for learning while lounging.

I found these cute little tags at Lakeshore Learning.
Tae has been writing his numbers on them.
He made it all the way up to 29 and got stuck.
He loooooves to hang these on the wall.
And in case you haven't discovered Starfall yet-
It's a totally awesome sight that teaches the kids letters and sounds and calendars and phonics and games. Tae just loves it.

Ll is for log.

Ll is also for these really creepy lady bugs that wouldn't stop singing.

We painted these lovely leaves. The paper is made from cotton so when you use watercolors they absorb and spread. We gave it a little spritz of water and watched all the colors blend.

I love trays of water color paints. I have issues.

We hung our lovely leaves on our back door to our deck.
Aren't they just beautiful?

1 comment:

Jessica said...

Oh my goodness, I remember those creepy ladybugs on Starfall! In fact, many of the Starfall things are weird & yet somehow, endearing!