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Rice Scooping


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Caleb scooping the rice into the bottle using the funnel.

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He wanted to use a spoon so I switched out the ladle for a spoon.
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This activity quickly evolved into scooping water.
I made him sit in his booster chair.
Even with the tray,  I didn’t want the water to spill on the dining chairs.
There’s no such thing as too careful with kids around 🙂

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Caleb: Mommy take a picture.
Okay…I don’t know why he wanted to pose like this.
The thinker??? LOL!

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Our scooping activity finally ended up as a blowing bubble activity when Caleb requested to blow bubbles.
I think the colored water in a bowl reminded him of our bubble painting activity.


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Shell Scrubbing

Bought some shells for Caleb’s homeschool use.
They were still covered in some sand.
Enter the shell scrubbing/cleaning activity…HAHA!

Caleb put the shells into the bowl filled with water and dishwashing liquid. I just put a little–1 to 2 drops. I didn’t want it to be too soapy. Just a little bubbling action during scrubbing.

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Me: What are you doing?
Caleb: I’m listening.
(It’s not the right kind of shell for listening.
But kudos for remembering that we “listened” to the conch shell that we saw last year. )

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Put some elbow grease into that son!
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When he got tired scrubbing, he poured the shells onto the tray.
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We rinsed the shells and put them on paper towels to dry. Without being prompted, Caleb pointed out that some shells were the same and some were bigger 🙂 He pointed out the different kinds of shells.
Kids learning while doing an activity is always a plus in my book.
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Shell scrubbing is hard work!

Caleb resting after the activity.
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Glitter Glue

Caleb having fun with glitter glue.
This is a wonderful activity for hand control, squeezing, and tracing!

Here he is getting a feel of how to squeeze the glue bottle.

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Trying his hand with the letter T.
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Tracing his name with the glitter glue (I wrote it in pencil of course:) )
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Mixing the glue with his finger.
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