Robbie read some easy phonics readers to me this week and is progressing nicely.
He practiced writing the word "LOVE" and made some -it words. He only wanted to write capital T's.
He made a Valentine Doggy inspired by the one I saw on The Joys of Home Educating
He insisted that the small hearts that were originally supposed to be part of the eyes needed to be nostrils, instead.
Robbie really enjoyed playing with his "Pieces of My Heart" fractions puzzle.
We made oatmeal cookies together...
He was having fun trying to do the Rhythm Parade on Wii Fit Plus.
I forgot to link up on the first Lego Mania Linky Party. I hope I get this up in time to participate.
I try to give him a themed "working bin" when we're focusing on a holiday. He is always free to use ALL of his Lego bricks, but I love to challenge him to work with what he is given.
He built this large house for his Daddy (even though he destroyed it before his Daddy got home from work... I'm glad I got the pics).
He even included stairs leading up to the bedroom...lol.
putting things back as they were...
He played with Play Doh every day this week and this is the only photo I have. It's me and RockerDad on a heart because we're in love. How sweet!!
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