So, on a quiet afternoon when I was on leave and everyone was sleeping and inspired by other homeschooling blogger mums such as homeschool creations, I started creating a Preschool pack from scratch just for the fun of it. 'Cos I know that Dumpling will certainly love it. I am creating a Chinese version but that will have to wait till later as my schedule is a bit packed with planning of some new ideas and initiatives.
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For easy convenience, I have decided to upload the printable here. The pack consists of:
- Pre-writing exercises
- Literacy exercises - starting consonant sounds, rhyming words, antonyms, etc.
- Math - one-to-one counting, patterning, etc
- Logic activities
and finishes off with a creative thinking page
Here's some pictures to share:
We have a DVD on one of the series and I also extended the rhyming exercise with a Learner Rod readers set which complements one of the rhyming exercises
For exercises such as these below, I leave her these days to attempt on her own while seated next to her
A "trick" question in one of the activities on "Prepositions" :)
For the pack activities, this was about how much we attempted this morning before heading off to church. So, this pack should last through 1 - 2 more days. :)
And inspiration struck! I extended to to the below
Dumpling loves to draw maze lately and I personally think it is a great exercise to develop critical thinking skills. So with a Geo board, off we explored. We did this together and I gave her a smurf figurine to "walk through".
Here, she made small amendments to the walls as she continues to develop her maze
And tada! Finally, the maze is completed with the walls and the routes she wanted.
Finishing off with "villians" for more thrills!
You can view some smurf clips on YouTube and here's one: