Tot School

Here’s the rest of tot school that you haven’t seen this week on the blog yet! :) It was a fun transition week as we eased into our back to school schedule.

Krash wasn’t too impressed with these new rings with streamers, I was sorta sad. He did jump over them a few times though! Maybe next week!
Stacker Pegs were much more his thing, he did this for a LONG time by himself.
We had outside *recess* consistently this week and the weather was great! The boys made a ball pit again…
There was lots of reading, especially by Pac-Man to Krash (here they are reading one of our favorite books, To Market, To Market)…

K enjoyed coloring some on his Rr sheet from his ABC notebook. His cousin Riley is on the sheet, he was very happy to *see* him!

The boys enjoyed Mega Blocks one day…
We practiced counting with K’s cars…
Krash worked some on his A to Z Lower Case PuzzleK’s friend Daniel gave him this cool toy (Melissa and Doug See & Spell) as a belated birthday gift, K loves it!AND, we painted…really painted–look at that mess!Krash was very into it and I got a few masterpieces for the fridge out of this little session! And I just happened to catch this at just the right moment…
Yes, he’s painting his hair!

Oh, yeah, I almost forgot–he learned how to walk in his brother’s big froggy rain boots. Certainly a skill all tots should master..
If you missed our Minute-By-Minute Tot School post this week, be sure to check it out so you can see that our Tot School probably looks a lot like yours :), screaming kids and all!

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