Amidst this pre-winter angst, we learned a bit about the letter L. We utilized YouTube again as a valuable resource and we also checked out books from the library. I realized that my oldest son does not carry my same overactive empathy gene. When I was sick with sorrow for the poor zebra being ravaged by the lion, Spencer was amped and wanted more. His daddy is proud that his son carries his same love for hunting.
We made lions for the bedroom doors. I cut little strings of brown fabric for the mane, which was a big hit.
We also learned about llamas since one of our favorite book series is the Llama Llama one by Anna Dewdney. If you've never checked out these books, I'd definitely recommend them. Ashton and I played a color matching game while Spencer was at preschool. The objective was to dress the llamas in matching colored pajamas. Ashton was more concerned with the llamas being cold than actually dressing them in matching jammies. Perhaps he inherited my empathy gene...? Spencer jumped in and played a round of the game after school.
Our final activity was a counting lady bug game. The boys placed the appropriate number of spots on the lady bugs according to the number printed on the bug.
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