Baby School's tagline: Let's play
I prepared these trays.
1. Small muffin tray with reusable ice (replaced them with porcupine balls later)
2. Ciggie holder/ashtray with unsharpened pencils
3. Faux grass with some miniature animals
1. Magnetic three piece animal puzzle
2. Magnetic ABC book (M&D)
3. Poker chips and raisin can
And the winner of the week is...........
Every time I watch her little hands at work, I am giddy with joy :)
She was also into the 'letter box'
She will open one, take out some letters, examine, replace them and close.
The tray for one-to-one correspondence.
She did well considering her attention span
It was great for sensory too.
Tiger saw a video of his ice cream shop in my phone and....
.........here we go again.
Can I be cheap and pretend this is Lil Dragon's first sensory box?
I was kacau-ing her with the pom-poms when the brother decided to copy cat.
We showed Lil Dragon
soft, big, small, red, blue, pink, many, few, in, out, scoop, etc
She was excellent at pour and throw
When she is doing it free style, it's messier :)
Maria Montessori would not be pleased with Tiger's extension of the broad stairs
She is also obsessed with my phone.
She swipes her fingers like an expert while looking for songs and videos.
During the weekend, she yelled and screamed to join us outdoors.
She is a very giving child but somehow they always end up slapping each other.
Occasionally, they play nice.
The teeny dimples and cheeky smile drives me nuts.
Oooh, the trays that I did not photograph, she ignored.
Tiger played with them instead.
So it was not a total waste of my time