So, with baby boy’s arrival days away, this is a great stretch to think that I’ll get to do any Tot School teaching this spring; however, I wanted to go ahead and put some ideas together in hopes that we’ll get to do some of them? Or maybe you can just use them all and let me know how it goes?!
Either way, I’m starting with last year’s post which had several activities the girls weren’t fully ready for yet. Most of them are Easter-focused. Enjoy!
A great adaptation for the Easter Bunny.
I also love this toddler version of Resurrection Eggs.
Love this link of Christ-centered Easter books – hoping to find some on Amazon.
Other books I’ll look for at the library:
- Easter Bugs – David A. Carter
- Bunny’s Noisy Book – Margaret Wise Brown
- The Tale of Peter Rabbit- Beatrix Potter
- The Flopsy Bunnies – Beatrix Potter
- What Does Bunny See? – Linda Sue Park
Color Focus: Reviewing all colors (maybe introduce the idea of “pastel”)
Shape Focus: Oval – Stickers activity
Letter Focus: Ee
Music: Grooveshark Playlist
Felt Easter Basket – same as our Christmas tree/snowman
taken from this blog
1 ¼ c. flour
½ c. cocoa powder
½ c. salt
½ T. cream of tartar
1 ½ T. cooking oil
1 c. boiling water
Mix the dry ingredients. Add the oil and boiling water. Stir quickly, mixing
well. When cool, mix with your hands.
Color Matching (eggs with pompons)
Big/Small Sort of some sort
Would love to do a tonging activity of some kind
Pushing through styrofoam
Spring Lacing Set (Target Dollar Bins)