My Life of Travels and Adventures: Circle Themed Tot School

Circle Themed Tot School

12 February 2014


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This sensory bin was hard for me to come up with.  I just could not find any round items to put in it. 
Once I moved on to circles & balls, it was much easier. 
The hit of this sensory bin is definitely the three balls.  All I have been hearing all week is "sock-a ball, base-eh-ball and base-ka-ball".  
Supplies: Dot Markers and Printables from 3 Dinosaurs
Reid loves playing with the dot markers.  Loves.  This week's circle printable was a hit as well. 
Flash cards are hit and miss around here.  Maybe 5-10 minutes a day are spent playing with them.  I usually say what is on the flashcard, hand it to Reid and he either stacks or makes a line out of them. 
Supplies: Ice Cube TrayLarge Pompoms and Tongs 
Reid likes using tongs. So moving the pompoms from hole to hole was quite fun for him. 
Supplies: White PaperGoogly Eyes and a Glue Stick
Again with the glue stick.  A hit.  Reid filled a couple sheets of paper with these goggly eyes. 
Supplies: White PaperPaint and  Round Foam Brushes 
When I showed Reid how to dab the foam brushes into the paint and then stamp with them, I said "Dab, dab, dab... Stamp, stamp, stamp."  All week when we came back to this activity, it was "dab, dab, dab, stamp, stamp, stamp" coming out of his mouth.  
Supplies: White Paper and Stickers 
Another simple activity... I set Reid up with this while I was making dinner the one night.  Peel & stick. 
Supplies: Large Buttons and Pipe Cleaners
This was a quick activity for Reid... he lost interest pretty fast.  
Supplies: Shape Puzzle
We are definitely in a puzzle phase around here.  All day.  Every day.  I bought this puzzle in a pack of 3 for his Easter Basket this year.  But when I saw how easy his other puzzles have been for him, I thought maybe.  He took right to it but does need a little help here and there. 
Supplies: Circle Printables from Moms Have Questions Too and Crayons
I used a couple different printables from Moms Have Questions Too this week.  Coloring is always fun. 
Supplies: Play DoughClear Sheet Protectors and Heart Printables from Moms Have Questions Too 
Play dough!  Enough said. 
Supplies: Lacing Shapes
This circle came in a pack of different shapes (like last week's heart).  These are pretty hit and miss around here. 

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8 comments :

  1. I absolutely love all of your ideas. I'm going to try them out soon. Bingo dabbers would be awesome for my boys, I had never thought of it. Thanks for sharing on Artsy Play Wednesday. Pinned to our group board.

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  2. Those are wonderful ideas for learning about circles! I especially love the idea of using playdough around a printout of a circle. I imagine you could also use a coffee lid and play dough to make circles. Thank you!

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  3. I really love your circle trays! I am fixing to move on to some shape trays as a side work in tot school. and I love all these ideas!

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  4. I'm glad to see that someone other than me uses the shape dot marker printables!

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  5. Love this! What great ideas and great variety of objects that are circles. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  6. Love this!! What a great idea with the googly eyes.

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  7. Such fun stuff. I featured you at Meaningful Mama (Mom's Library) today. I hope you'll come on over, grab a button and link up again. Thanks so much for sharing your great content.

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  8. I LOVE this post! I bet your little one had a blast going through all the trays. So many ideas! Thanks for sharing. Oh and P.S. Love these colorful tins for color sorted crayons. Simply brilliant!

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