A fun flyer I designed for Patti Green to promote her new project Farm to Fork Urban Celebration. Who doesn’t want to celebrate fresh food and get excited for the growing season? Such a great program for families. You can learn more at passporttotheworldclub.com.
We are still having fun with blossoms over here. After reading a few books we covered some core lessons, line work, and symmetry. Then we made a clay flower, which Elliot painted and also pressed some flowers from the garden for another project. We love blooms
- The Reason for a Flower by Ruth Heller
- The Big Book of Blooms by Yuval Zommer
- Tracing worksheet from @the.silvan.reverie
This week we are studying blossoms! This morning we learned all about different flowers, how they grow, and their anatomy. Then reviewed letters F and L, used our count & clip cards for a counting lesson, completed some fun worksheets, and played a matching flower game. For our art sesh we both colored some pretty blooms, Wild Geranium and a Sunflower (Elliot’s favorite).
After we went outside and looked at how all the flowers in our garden are blooming. We even caught a chubby bumblebee looking for nectar Elliot was a big help with watering as well. Who doesn’t love flowers? They are so beautiful and fascinating
- Flowers by Gail Gibbons
- The Wonders of Nature
- Mini wildflower unit by Little Hands Learn
- Count & clip cards by @sosimpleabeginning
- Letter worksheets by This Reading Mama
- Flower dot worksheet by Twisty Noodle
A little more honeybee fun this morning. I read a story about how busy a bee can be while Elliot played with his leggos (this book is so cool) and then we reviewed some facts in our bug book. After, Elliot practiced the letter E and we had an art sesh where we colored and created a honeybee mosaic. Bees rule.
- Honeybee: The Busy Life of Apis Mellifera by Candace Fleming
- The Big Book of Bugs by Yuval Zommer
- Coloring sheet by @morningstogether
- E worksheet by Twisty Noodle