Little Sweets helped me make sensory bottles. We filled up empty soda bottles with water and added different materials to each bottle. I put beads in one bottle, glitter in another bottle, and vegetable oil in the last bottle. Then Little Sweets helped me add food coloring to the bottles. I used the bottles to help me teach Little Sweets about colors. I ask her to find the bottle with green water, or red water etc. Little Sweets also likes to shake the bottles. I think her favorite is the bottle with beads because it makes noise.
Activity Resource: The Encyclepedia of Infant and Toddler Activities
We talked about the colors of the coins as she put them in her piggy bank. (This was one of the new toys I picked up at the local consignment sale.)
I decided to make an "I spy" color book using pictures of Little Sweets Toys. I grouped some of her small toys together and then took a picture of them. I pasted the pictures into a homemade book. We looked at the pictures in her book and I asked her to find the different toys in the picture. She also likes to find the actual toy (from her toy box) that is in the picture.
Colored Picture Sort
Getting in His Word Wednesday Activity
Field Trip- South Carolina State Museum
Little Sweets loves pushing buttons.
Little Sweets uncovering a dinosaur bone.
We went to the South Carolina State Museum. Little Sweets enjoyed the discovery kids zone and uncovering dinosaur bones.
Little Sweets loved running around in the backyard after her ball. This of course was early on in the week before she broke her leg.