Sunday, December 4, 2011

Tot School - 24 Months



My sweet little Baby is really getting into Tot School! 
 We all pile downstairs for our lessons, and she is right there, shouting, “Cool!” (School). 
She loves to be sitting at the table with the other kids doing her work. 
When she is finished with an activity, she signs “all done” and sings the clean-up song. 
 Then she signs “more”.

Here’s a look at some of what she did this week:
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She explored the blue box from our Color Discovery Box Set...
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Played with these cute painted wood builders,
 and practiced saying the color names…
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Did lots and lots of reading… "Olivia" is still her favorite.
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Did a little AquaDoodle …Winnie The Pooh Mini Mats….
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Played with this fun Chunky Animal Puzzle, and made lots of animal sounds…
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Stacked the yellow Knobless Cylinders
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She is amazing me how well she stacks these!
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Did a little coloring…
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And fishing….
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Had a tea party with The Diva…
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Stacked some alphabet blocks
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And when that got boring, tossed them into a big green bucket….
and sang the clean-up song!
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Did a little creative doodling….
(I’m impressed at how well she was holding the pen!)
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This was hands down her favorite activity of the week:
 Bead Sequencing Set by Melissa & Doug. 
 I wasn’t sure she was ready for it, but once I showed her how it worked,
she did it, and refused any help! 
 She requested this one everyday.
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I’m afraid I may have another l’il Diva on my hands…
She was found often this week, sans clothes except for this Tutu.
If music isn’t playing, she is singing and twirling to her own tune!
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With The Mad Scientist, her dancing partner.
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She turns 2 next week, I can hardly believe it!

2 comments:

Jenny said...

She's so cute dressed up for her tea party!

Happy Birthday to her in advance!

Stopped by from 1+1+1

Victoria said...

Your daughter looks absolutely delighted and her skills are amazing! I've just found Tot School and I'm looking for ideas to get started with my son (just turned 2) and your post was such an inspiration! Thank you!