Letter of the Week Craft: O is for Octopus
I'm Anna from The Measured Mom, and my big kids (ages 3, 4, and 6) all loved this octopus craft for the letter O. I hope your kids have fun with it too! Be
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O is for Ocean & Octopus - Walking by the Way
If you are new to Read to Me & ABC, please start here. Read to Me We read multiple books this week without focusing on one single book (see book basket at the end of this post for ideas). Simon's favorite books were the books about octopuses. Alphabet Art- Ocean Scene O Supplies O Pattern sand glue blue finger …
Tot School - Letter O - Wildflower Ramblings New
We focus on a letter every week and do fun activities based on that letter. This week, I didn’t set out “Tot Trays” on our shelf for my son to play with — our setup is in the kitchen and my daughter has been throwing the contents everywhere. Also, my son is not engaged with...Read More »
Letter of the week ~ O ~ Oats
I was experimenting with this activity. I thought it would be fun to stick oats to a contact paper O. Apparently oats don't stick to contact paper. We brainstormed though, and the kids came up
Tot School - Oo
Tot School - Letter Oo is for Ocean and Owen! Owen and Eli: 41 months old We hit up the library before the week began and chose lots of Oce...
O is for Octopus MFW week 9
So I about 2 months behind posting this. We took the month of December off of school totally. Between sickness, Christmas, and family in town it was a good thing because I barley kept up with lif…
Boo (3 ) is just starting to learn her letter sounds, and I wanted to work on lowercase o today so we ended up with this craft. Kooks (almost 2) was not going to miss out on painting, pasting, and drawing so we all joined in on the fun. We talked about the orange, the octopus, the ocean, and our o stamps while we were crafting and so had plenty of time to practice our o sounds. Materials: paper (white, orange & blue), orange paint, googlie eyes, markers, glue and/or paste, scissors, and…