For a detailed list of all our stuff (in order) go over to my CC by Week page. I have songs and videos on there that will make some of this memory work a bit more catchy. But I warn you now, I'm not a singer. In fact I know I'm tone deaf. Shannon (from youth group can attest to this). However when it comes to kids they don't care! So Praise the Lord, my kids love me anyway!
Next I have a few things that I have been working on.
First is my 11's memory cards for my kiddos this week. I already have them on card stock and am ready to cut! These are to show the groups of 11 and teach them how large numbers can be when multiplying. Of course I'm not looking for mastery, just identification.
Next I made a wheel for Science this week. You can use it for older kids to read on their own. If they are older, I would trace a third wheel and have them attach it to the back of the two facing out. Then I would have them make lines and write in their own definitions of each group and characteristics of them.
Directions: Cut out the black lines on the title wheel and pin a brad in the stars after lining up correctly.
Lastly, I have a "Tic Tac Go" Memory Game that can be played with older kids or with an adult. I will show a video of how to assemble it this week. It is essentially going to be in a sheet protector with the top sheet cut out so you can flip through the questions and flip over on the back to see the answers. Clear as mud? Yeah I know, if you need more help, just comment and I will answer to clarify. This was a great project in my head until I realized how hard it would be to assemble without video instructions. :)
But it's 1:30 and I need to sleep- so here it is without the video demonstration. Which will be arriving in a blog near you...
As an alternate resort, you can just use two sheet protectors. One to have the Tic Tac Go grid and the other to have answers and questions facing out. Also, in this file I have weeks 5 and 7 as well. :)
Hope you have a great week! We will be posting pictures of the family doing what I love the most... learning!