Well, our little one is still happily baking and has not made an appearance yet! So today, I’m spending some time finishing up a few blog posts, organizing summer learning activities for Bundle, baking, and praying for patience!
Make coffee. Sip coffee. Savor the first few (and possibly only) quiet moments of the day. Then embrace the chaos.
Our morning routine was…well, not so routine until this last fall.
So my goal was to post about our fun library finds once each month, but with baby on the way, that has proved a bit more difficult than once imagined!
Do you have any little dinosaur lovers in your house?
Ours is Bundle, our 4-year-old daughter. Every summer I ask her what she’d like to learn about during school, and for the past two years, dinosaurs have made the list. I’ve decided to dedicate 10 posts just to learning about dinosaurs geared toward the Preschool and Kindergarten age group.
Lately I’ve been working on a few sewing projects, and Bundle loves to “sew” with me.
That’s right, I let my 4 year old sew! Okay, well, not with a real adult needle…or a sewing machine…or pinking shears! 😀 But we have come up with a clever way for her to be “involved” when I’m mending or sewing.
Red Light Green Light has been a favorite game in our house for a long time, and converting it to fit our dinosaur unit study seemed more than appropriate with our little T-rex and roaring around the living room!
Prewriting on the brain? These dinosaur work pages are perfect for little learners figuring out pencil grip, line tracing, and fine motor skills.
Today is another free printable day for my Pre-K/Kindergarten Dinosaur Unit Study!
While working on this dinosaur post series, I thought it might be nice to add a list of our favorite dinosaur books and resources that we’ve found and used throughout our dinosaur unit study.
It’s time for another dinosaur post! 😀
Today’s activity is a DIY dinosaur dig designed for your little paleontologists.