We’ve definitely had an interesting month around here. You know, because looking forward to Santa is all kinds of exciting. And since we haven’t done much as far as homeschool goes lately, I thought it’d be fun to mix things up a bit.
More often than not, we only do preschool stuff during the week. With me working on the weekends, it’s always been a challenge to do it any other way. Here’s the thing, though. It occurred to me that we might be doing things a little bit backwards.
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When the little guy woke up this morning, I had set out both a fun invitation to create activity as well as his sight word pointers and I Can Read books. I thought it’d be a blast to have a sort of Saturday morning pajama party with Mother Goose Time.
The little guy spent some time creating with his Faber Castell Gel Sticks. He loves these things and we use them with our Mother Goose Time preschool curriculum just about every day. Creative projects are something that we both definitely look forward to. He’s all about process art and I’m head over heels for art journaling.
After he finished his project, the little guy spent some time reading his I Can Read books. Each month, we get one of these adorable little early readers and I keep them all in one of his workboxes so that he can get them out whenever he wants to.
I love that so much of what we get with Mother Goose Time can be used over and over again. We keep all of the manipulatives, the storybooks, the magnetic storytelling pieces, I Can Read books, sight word pointers, etc. The list is practically never-ending.
The fact that so many of the things that we receive in each little yellow school bus box are reusable is just one of the many reasons that this curriculum is totally worth it. As a homeschool mama, I know that I definitely couldn’t live without it.