It finally came, my Canon Powershot, so I’m please to be able to blog again! Yeah! This is the one I got…its super tiny, super cute, and super pink! Now, the only bad thing is its super tiny, super cute, and super pink and my kids LOVE IT! Also, its small enough that I lost it in our homeschool mess a couple times today trying to capture all our work, LOL!

Tomorrow is our finale to our Letter O Prek Week, so here are the rest of the downloads and what we’re doing:

Letter O Magnet page downloaded from here, and pom-pom magnets. I’ve had lots of inquiries on these magnets, I made them from medium sized pom-poms and self adhesive round magnets from Wal-mart. Another reader said her store had a large pack of the self adhesive magnets for cheap! All we need is a cookie sheet and we’re set to go!

Lowercase “O” coloring page:

rOll the Dice Bug Race, downloaded from here, she’s got great games on her blog! A fellow digi-scrapper and designer! Reviews number recognition, your child rolls a die and counts the number of dots, then circles that number on the path. For example a number 2 is rolled, the child would find the line with the number 2’s and circle the first 2 in the line for that bug. The first number rolled 10 times wins. Draw a star or a ribbon in the box for the bug who won the race. I laminated mine so that we could do it a few times, then we just used the dry erase markers on it.

Octopus Counting game, comes with number tiles and 10 octopus to put on page. You can download a copy here.

Uppercase and Lowercase vowel sorting, downloaded from here!

Motorskills chopstick sorting, I used a paint pallet and foam lacing beads.

Chicka-Chicka Boom reading and an “O” and tape to put the letter on our alphabet tree:

Nature Walk outdoor study grid, she’ll find 6 things in nature and draw pictures of them.

Some of her work today, reading our bugs book:

Working her Octopus Size Sort game, you can download it here.

Capital O coloring sheet, excellent job staying in the lines! This is a HUGE improvement from the start of the year, where it was mostly scribbling all over the picture!

Her entire tub of lacing beads on the string, she’s very thorough! She said the letter as she put on each bead.

Tiny Tot School, investigating the sword sheath:

For all of my letter O stuff, please click here!

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