He did get to start his week off with a horse (ok I know it's a pony but close enough).
Even when I give him worksheets I try to change them up. Some of the ones in his workbook I keep from letter to letter but hands on ones I change the rules on sometimes.
Instead of using dot markers we used beans this time but, first he had to make alphabet soup!
Hand eye coordination, patience and slowing down was all practiced with this page!
He was digging out the beans.
Pouring them in the pot to cook.
Now he had to use the pot holder because the pan was h for hot!
He found the letter H!
He also used his fingers to make the h on this worksheet.
Did you catch our h for hand turkey project?
He tried to make hearts for his h worksheet. I tried to show him with two fingers and one finger but that was the same unsuccessful outcome. He knew what it was supposed to be and kept trying. Maybe by February he will have perfected it.
Lastly we finished with playdough!
H is for happy! For this I asked for a face and he said he couldnt. I showed him a few and he realized a face needed more than just a mouth. I asked for 3 happy faces and I got them!