This week is about all things three! Triangles galore fill these pages. You have a complete pizza parlor dramatic play set in addition to fun math and literacy printables and games suggestions that use all kinds of triangular-shaped things we find in our world today from cheese to volcanos to the petals of a flower. The optional Montessori practice this week includes the blue constructive triangles and we have a new printable version of this and some fun patterns to try that will really pique the interest of those children inclined to building.
We love these wonderful coloring pages!
They are a great lead in to building our theme board! Porter loves songs that come each week. I lost track of how many times we sang the triangle song this week!
We LOVE Lois Ehlert books in the house! Color Zoo is a lovely, albeit fragile, book filled with shapes, colors, fun animals!
***Home CEO Hack*** Add a spot on each side of the hexagon so your little one can have a place to go "up the mountain" to as they go around and turn it into a star.
Who is hungry? This pizza parlor dramatic play center was a hit this week!
Porter has been eyeing the tangram puzzles Kylie got to do during the Easter and May flowers bonus units. This week, he got his own! Well, kind of ;) He had loads of fun with these Montessori constructive triangles!
"Don't crash into the cones Mr. Crayon!" ~Porter, 3 years old
"My Christmas tree will be the biggest in the world!" ~Porter, 3 years old.
Number tiles (or even beans) are a great manipulative with this activity!
Our gross motor action cards are a good way to break up day!
We added some pizza themed new pages to our math notebook!
It is only fitting to finishing off triangle week with a triangle shaped lunch!
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