W is for White. In decluttering our home, we came across a pile of old magazines to recycle. But, first, Shayla found pictures of things that were white in color and created a white collage.
W is for Window. We have a tradition in our house of decorating for every season. So, today we cleaned the windows and put clings on in celebration of Valentine's day.
W is for Wiggles. Shayla was delighted to be able to bring out an old Wiggles DVD. And Mom sat down and watched it with her. Wait, did I say sat down? I mean to say we sang and danced the songs together. AND, it was part of her schoolwork! (music & movement)
W is for World. We sang and signed Jesus Loves the Little Children (music)
W is for Wife. We read Proverbs 31 and discussed. She is increasingly wanting to know the meaning of every word she hears. These verses were rich with vocabulary. (language)
W is for Wee Willie Winkie. Remember this old nursery rhyme? Shayla wrote it out and drew an illustration to go with the nursery rhyme. (handwriting, language, art)
W is for Weather. We read these cool books about weather and wind. We are tracking our weather over the next few weeks by placing weather stickers on a calendar page. *If spring doesn't arrive soon, I think we will run out of snowy stickers. LOL!
W is for Words. We talked about the importance of watching your words. Words can hurt or heal. We sang Sticks and Stones.
Then she practiced reading w words. I made a water shape for each w topic we have done and she pulled them out and read the words.
W is for Willoughby Wallaby Woo. We sang along to Raffi's song.
W is for Wishes. We watched Barney Three Wishes. And talked about what she would wish for if she could have any wish.