These are the last of our I activities, and probably Hannah's favorite too. She worked through them very quickly and I was surprised that we had finished it all in a relatively short period of time. First, we played with some iceberg play dough.
|We used some white play dough, fake ice, |
and our arctic animals that we used in our ice balls.
|It was very cold for a poor lonely polar bear.|
|Hannah decided we needed some water for the whales to swim in|
and finally the polar bear found a friend in the walrus.
|Iguana craft (Totally Tots). |
We added a dewlap (chin flap) and some spines to our iguana.
|The glue master.|
|Hannah held up the scrap of paper and said she needed to glue on the eye brow.|
|Kisses from the baby iguana.|
|Letter disks from A-H, and the 2 small letters for each letter from A-H.|
|Looking for the letter. When she talks about E and F she counts how many legs it has to see if it matches.|
|That's right G and C are not the same.|
This is good activity to practice letter recognition. It was also very good review for Hannah. She enjoyed the challenge.
What letter activities do your kids like to do?