|Juice box Turkeys (this idea was taken from the blog Sugar Aunts)|
|Turkey crafts Miss C came up with. Awesome!
You put it in the oven and you wait, you wait, you wait, you wait, you wait.
(Humming Chorus While tapping foot)
You take it out the oven and you bite it, you bite it, you bite it, bite it, bite it
(sing like mouth full)
and you chew it, you chew it, chew it, chew it, chew it.
(Sing chorus like your mouth is full.)
Mr. Turkey’s tail is big and wide (spread fingers)
He swings it when he walks (swing hands)
His neck is long (stretch neck)
His chin is red (stroke chin)
And he gobbles when he talks (open and close hands, and gobbles)
Let’s Be Thankful
- Thank you for the sun so bright (whole hand “C” from face)
- Thank you for the moon at night (thumb & pointer “C”)
- Thank you for my family (F Sign to pinky circle)
- Thanks for friends who play with me (hook pointers, Y shake down)
- Thanks for everything I see
- I am thankful, yes sirree! (Hand to sky/mouth push forward)
|I read a Thanksgiving story to them.|
|Then, Miss C made some incredible cupcakes and the kids decorated them (and then ate them, of course). We had so much fun today! My kids and I feel so blessed to be in such awesome company! Thank you!|
Day 1: God made day and night.
Day 2: God separated the waters from the land.
Day 3: God made all plants and trees and bushes.
Day 4: God made the sun, moon and stars.
Day 5: God made animals in the air and animals in the water.
Day 6: God made land animals and man.
Day 7: God rested and saw that all He created was good.
|He’s doing ok with it, but I find that we still have to practice a lot to retain the information. It might be that he’s still young or that he is still not used to the software (or both). He loves it, though, so we’ll keep trying it.|
|This is the letter that K wrote for his penpal in England.|
I just wish K wasn’t so curious with scissors! He tried cutting his shirt! Ah!
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