Raising Rock Stars Preschool ~ Letter B

~ Melody is 3 years and 11 months old ~
~ Emily is 20 months old ~

preschool cornerTot School

Below are only some of the things we do for school. I’m not able to capture too many photos when we’re out and about since I only have so many hands. Don’t know how you moms with more kids than arms do it! The main program we’re following is Raising Rock Stars with Carisa at 1+1+1=1. Using that format to teach the letters, I use Erica at Confessions of a Homeschooler‘s Letter of the Week curriculum. Melody also loves workbooks, so we end up doing a lot of that too. You can read more about how MELODY’S ADVENTURES all started. 

LETTER OF THE WEEK

Butterfly Cut and Paste – “It looks like a heart, Mommy.”

Do A Dot

OTHER FUN STUFF

Letter B Easel – They wanted me to draw stuff this time around.

Find the letter b Maze – Melody did this in her workbook without asking me for instructions.

Ice Skate Lacer – Lakeshore craft

MELODY AND THE LETTER B PowerPoint Slideshow

SISTERS

Carry Her – Melody wanted to carry Emily like she did when Melody was still small enough to wear the PJ bottoms that Emily is wearing in the photo. =p

TOT

Roar! – I picked up this Halloween costume from the freebie table at MOPS. Emily says, “ROAR!”

School Supplies – The whole week, Emily has been making me “quiz” her on which school supply is which. “Which one is the blue marker?” “Which one is the scissors?” She got mad when it was time to end the quiz. =p

Book: Love You Forever
DVD: Handy Manny: Manny’s Green Team
Songs: The B-I-B-L-E

Click on links for more:

~Raising Rock Stars Preschool at 1+1+1=1 with Carisa
~Preschool Corner at Homeschool Creations with Jolante
~Tot School at 1+1+1=1 with Carisa
~Letter of the Week Curriculum at Confessions of a Homeschooler with Erica

MY RAMBLING =p
We are slowly but surely getting back into things over here. Even though I had not prepared the materials for this week’s lessons until Tuesday, we still got through all of it. Seriously, any free chance Melody gets, she will ask to do school. She loves it so much and wants to do more. A friend of ours is homeschooling her older daughter this year and was saying how her daughter knew more than 75% of the sight words even though they are only halfway through the school year. Not to be competitive, but Melody has been super duper into reading everything lately so I wanted to see how many words she knew. I can’t say how many but it is a lot and even some of the words on the 2nd grade list. The other day my husband bought some spices, etc and the next day Melody was looking at them and said, “How come this is ginger Mommy?” Who in the world taught her the word ginger? She actually knows how to write all the letters but we have 8 more to work through going through RRSP and she also loves learning the verses as well, but I am so excited to teach her phonics so that she will start sounding out words for herself instead of memorizing them. Anyhow, that was a long-winded documentation of what Melody knows right now in terms of reading comprehension.

Emily is surprising me every single day too. She is starting to recognize letters. She got mad at me the other day because I wouldn’t ‘quiz’ her on the school supplies that we had out. She wanted me to ask her which one was the eraser, scissors, etc. The big thing for her is pottying right now though. She does not poop in her diaper anymore and goes in the potty at least 3 times a day and usually has a dry nap diaper. I hope I am not gloating/bragging but I sure am a proud mama these days. And really, the girls are the ones to initiate the learning and toileting so that makes me even more happy.

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