Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Toddler and Preschool Boxes Day 1




Today's focus is on our everyday boxes.  These boxes are available to be used everyday during school.  I update the boxes as things get used up or seem to not interest the child who is using the box.  Clark and Lissie can do most of the items by themselves or with a little bit of prompting.


Toddler Box - July 2013
 Clark's everyday Toddler Box currently contains the following items:
1 sheet of colored paper and stickers
new coloring book (from $ section at store)
dry erase workbook about colors (from our librarian)
board book about colors (from our book collection)
cardboard boy and girl (from Mimi)
cars and trucks (most were from Kent)
pom-pom and egg carton activity
colors & shapes flash cards ($ section at Target)
small doodle-pro (we've had this for a while)
3 board books (from our book collection)
small notebook (Clark picked it out at Office Max)
 sunglasses (from a package of 12 at Mardel's)



Preschool Box
Felicity's Preschool Box contains the following items:
1 sheet of colored paper and stickers
workbooks about shapes and mazes ($ section at Target)
new coloring book ($ section at store)
cardboard boy and girl (from Mimi)
dry erase workbooks about colors and shapes (from our librarian)
medium size doodle pro (we've had this for a while)
pom-pom activity
3 books (from our book collection)
2 kinds of animal flash cards ($ section at Target, these were in last year's box)
Guess What I Do? cards ($ section at Target)
small notebook ($ section at Target)
small doll (used to belong to Kaomi)
plastic horses (we've had for a while)
sunglasses (12 pack from Mardel's)
small tote bag w/ yarn, feathers, flowers, and popsicle sticks in it


*I'm always checking $ sections at various stores for items to work in our boxes.  When I find something that I think would work well I pick it up and save it until I am ready to use it.

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