The stockings were hung by the fireplace with care…which is good, because I barely finished them the night before.
I’m not a crochet guru. I enjoy a small project here and there, but when I saw this pattern last year, I was determined to make enough for my little clan. I gave myself the year, but didn’t really make a go for it until talk of Thanksgiving was making itself around. 😉
Along with that project, I was able to put together this little binder of prewriting and shape activities for my little ones.
These wipe-off activity books are my younger kid’s favorite things to pull off the shelf when I need to work with Jovie on her studies.
Prewriting exercises are great for building fine motor skills, teaching basic strokes of handwriting, and simply allowing the child to become acclimated to using a writing utensil.
I also added shape recognition to this binder, simply because we have been learning more of that recently in our other activities.
This is a small activity notebook. I chose a durable 1/2 inch three-ring binder as well as, heavy weight, clear page protectors that could withstand the use of a three-year old.
I inserted the 30 page printable into the page protectors and enclosed them within the three-ring binder, and voila! Done!
- Clear Page Protectors
- 1/2 inch Three Ring Binder
- Fine Point Dry Erase Markers
- Printed Winter-Themed Prewriting Notebook
What does your homeschool or classroom look like in the month of December?
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