I am a firm believer in making accomodations that help children feel successful. This activity requires a hot glue gun and large box lid. Big box stores have boxes and lids etc. Glue a few dozen tops and bottoms of plastic eggs on inside of the lid. Give children the other halves and have them match by stacking the correct top and bottom and sizes together. No difficulty and low frustration for little ones who cannot yet connect the eggs. I "accidentally" drop them and say, "Oh no!" Charlie and Alex race to connect them.
Bought a wind up chick from the $1.25 store. Made a BINGO game and then let the boys wind up the chick and watch it hop down the alphabet eggs and predict in which letter it would stop. Then we discovered FOR SURE which letter it stopped on and we made the beginning letter sound. They don't know they are learning to read. They think they're having fun playing games with Nana.
Sweet boys! 😊
They look like they're having a blast!
What a fun game you thought of to play with the boys. Looks like they enjoyed it, and their smiles are sweet. It looks closely related to Easter with the eggs too!
Still waiting for spring here, Linda. It's still cold and today it's also rainy, on top of the cold.
I also love the cheese broccoli soup at Panera. I could eat it for lunch 7 days a week.
You always have the best activities for the boys, Linda. Hope you have a good rest of the week. Hugs. Susan
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