Tot School

We are in our 2nd year of homeschooling Little Lady and now that Big Boy is old enough he wants to participate more and more.  I set up small activities to keep him busy and he will eventually go across the hall to his room and play trains or cars.

For now we are doing Tot School and just focusing on fine motor skills, puzzles and sorting.  This fall we will start preschool and focus on shapes, colors and letter of the week curriculum.

IMG_1911a IMG_1916a IMG_1918a Here is one of his favorite things to do.  Sometimes I only put a few and others I use the entire set and ask him to sort them.  We purchased ours on Amazon-Splash of Color

IMG_1922a This is the only way I can get him to practice his writing.  Boy does he love thinking he is writing his letters.

IMG_1925a A little lacing practice and puzzles.  Big Sister is working on her Explode the Code workbook here.

IMG_1933a IMG_1935a Here is he putting our Melissa and Doug 4 in 1 puzzles together

And last, making soup….

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So those are just a few of the fun things I line up for him during the day.  Do you have things lined up for your toddler to do?


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  1. says

    I love those magnets. I added them to my list of things to buy. We love that puzzle set too. I laughed at the soup because no matter what my girls are “cooking” they call it soup. Not sure why everything is soup. These type of posts get me excited to start up Tot School soon with my littlest.

    Thanks for sharing with the Mixer. Hope to see you again this week.
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    • says

      Yes, the magnets and puzzles are a favorite around here! My oldest likes to “do school” and be the teacher to help him learn. Soup is always what we get but occasionally it’s cookies! So glad you enjoyed the ideas and let me know what they think of them!


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