We’re finally starting to get into a routine around here. If you missed it, I published a few posts all about it last month including Creating A Daily Routine for Preschool Homeschool and What Our Weeks Look Like. If you haven’t already, make sure you take a few minutes and check them out!
The most awesome thing about Mother Goose Time, by far, is the fact that everything is more or less ready to go. Yay for little to no planning or prep! I mean, sure, there are occasionally things to laminate and we get a gathering list, but most of that is just stuff we have around the house.
I can’t even begin to wrap my head around how quickly time passes! It seems like just yesterday that the little guy and I were ripping open our very first little yellow school bus box from Mother Goose Time. In reality, it’s been almost a year. Hard to believe, I know. Each month means a new theme and lots of fun stuff to go with it.
Each month, the Mother Goose Time blog ambassadors focus on a different topic and this month it’s all about routines. If you missed it last week, you can read about how we created a daily routine for preschool homeschool here, but this week I thought it’d be fun to give you an idea of what our weeks look like now that the little guy and I are home full-time.
The little guy and I had an awesome first week of Baby Animals w/ Mother Goose Time. And of course one of our favorite activities was the Seahorse Invitation to Create. I’m sure that doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone who’s been following along with us for a while. We definitely love process art around here.
I wanted to do a quick post tonight to share what we’ve been up to with Mother Goose Time. This month is all about daily routines, so I thought it’d be fun to give you a peek at how we’re doing things now that the little guy and I are at home. Probably the biggest advantage to our schedule these days is that there’s no need to set an alarm clock during the week.
The little guy has been really lovin’ the math stuff that comes in our Mother Goose Time curriculum kits lately, so I thought it might be all kinds of awesome to put together a math workbox for him. As much as I’d love to be able to set up so-called centers, we just don’t have the space, so… This is of course the next best thing.
I spent lots of time brainstorming anything and everything you could possibly imagine about putting together an art space for little kids. We’re not even going to get into how many hours I spent on Pinterest in the process, but I digress. Yep, I definitely wanted to. Heck, maybe I needed to. After all, what little kid wouldn’t totally love having an art space of their own?
The little guy and I have been spending lots of time working on Math + Reasoning Skills. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Mother Goose Time definitely has it all figured out. One of this week’s activities was a preschool Counting Bears activity. What a great way to work on math + reasoning skills for little kids, don’t ya think?
Hello, hello! The little guy and I were at Michael’s last night and we stumbled across a package of mini Christmas ornaments for just a few dollars. At first, I was kind of like really? And then it occurred to me that we could put together a quick + easy $5 Christmas sensory activity. Keep reading […]