Jonathan is 29 Months
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This week we focused on creation. We read the story from different children's Bibles and did crafts each day. Look for an upcoming post to see what we did!
We used a gorilla puppet to introduce the word for the week. We also played with our Little People zoo set (which includes a gorilla figurine).
To go along with our theme, we tried to walk like gorillas-- but Jonathan wasn't interested in playing along. He had more fun watching mommy try to walk like a gorilla. :)
A huge hit this week was golf. Jonathan has a set of golf clubs that we got from Oriental Trading Company and he just loves being out in the backyard and hitting the balls up in the air.
For fine motor skills, we did a pre-writing page I made. Jonathan did a great job tracing the lines.We also did a gorilla lacing card I made.
We did a printable in which we counted how many bananas to give a gorilla. Jonathan has gotten into counting lately, so this was interesting to him.
We also did a gorilla puzzle which I made. Jonathan did a good job matching up the top 3 pieces but had a little more trouble with the bottom 3.
We colored a gorilla and glued grass to the page in order to create a "habitat" for a gorilla.
Then we also did a gorilla coloring page I created and colored each gorilla a different color.
I also made a Kumon-style coloring page where Jonathan colored in a circle on a gorilla. It gives him fine motor skills practice and he has fun coloring.
I also made a Kumon-style pasting page where I cut out a square and Jonathan matched and pasted it to the gorilla.
We ate bananas (since gorillas eat bananas). We also enjoyed some grapes this week.