Homeschool Week 6 – Letter E

Letter of the week: E

Memory verse for the week: “Even a child is known by is actions, whether his deed are pure and right.” Proverbs 20:11  Periodically throughout the day, we will listen to this song.

New Toy: Puzzle Pieces and Box with little boxes

Mystery Box Items (choose 5 – one for each day): elephant, eggplant, egg, elk, eagle, eight, earmuffs, earth, envelope, eraser

Songs: There are a lot of songs this week, but here are a couple:Eensy Weensy Spider, Everybody Ought to Know / He Is Lord

Daily Story/Activity: (This is what we do to start our “learning time” each day)
Tell the story (with pictures) about the garden of Eden that Jesus made for Adam and Eve and the story of the fall. Go look at our garden outside.  Sing “In The Garden

Monday – LeapFrog Fridge Phonics (each week I will put a different letter in the fridge phonics toy.  I don’t usually like electronic toys, but Samuel loves putting the letter in this one and pressing the button.  I’m only giving him one letter at a time right now.) Labor day so spending time with family.

Tuesday – Elephant hunt. Hide a stuffed elephant or a picture of an elephant and search for it together.  Then, hide the elephant under a blanket.  Say “Where is the elephant” have baby help you find the elephant.  Try using multiple blankets (small blankets, no more than three), and see if the baby can find where the elephant is hiding.

Wednesday – Explore outside – take a walk and look for things. Take lots of pictures.  Look at the pictures when we get back.

Thursday – Play with a train or train engines.  Try to visit a train engine to get in.

Friday – The day of eights – stack eight blocks, count eight steps, read eight books, etc.


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