Looking for clues in the dollhouse.
In the kids’ movie folder. See the letter hiding in there? No, it’s not the Inspector Gadget DVD, Ladybug!
The last one was hiding on their Lightning McQueen clock.
What does it spell? F-U-T-O-N.
The treasure included school supplies, pencil cases, games, a Veggietales DVD.
This Richard Scarry’s Cars and Trucks Game is very simple and very fun. Mostly because you get to count 1…2…3…FLIP! Which we do as loudly as we can. So perfect for Jitterbug to work on number recognition. Fast game, too.
Rory’s Story Cubes, didn’t get to it that day. Ladybug busied herself taking them in and out of the little plastic tray. There’s another version now to add actions to the games, we’ll have to get that at some point.
Skeeterbug’s treasure, all lined up.
Colouring their first day signs. These make great keepsakes. I love to see how their colouring changes each year. Jitterbug refused to do his at the same time as the others. I was surprised at how Ladybug was attempting to draw within the letters I wrote.
The first day of school pics. Hmmm, the boys don’t even have shirts on. You’d think it was summer in Australia! No school uniforms at our house! Skeeterbug is 7-years-old and starting Grade 2.
Jitterbug is 4.5. This year is all about getting him ready for next year when he will be Prep.
Ladybug is 2. She’ll participate as she shows an interest. Or as the need arises to keep her quiet. 🙂
My, how they grow!