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- I set out some play dough and the boys added their construction equipment and they were busy, for literally hours, creating a complete play dough construction site.
- A learning scavenger hunt! Matching up letters and numbers to their corresponding counterparts after they’ve been found.
- George tried a little water painting on the chalkboard. He’s quite the artist!
- I went on a hunt to find some more hunts to feature on It’s Playtime! this week. The I Spy book shown here is found at Beautiful Somehow, and three more hunts are featured!
This coming week…
I’m stepping out of my activity boundaries that I usually do [to write a parenting post] and going to chat a little about our ordeal with Night Terrors as part of The Golden Gleam’s “We Get It: Find Support for Difficult Childhood Behavior” series. While I don’t have a solution to George’s night terrors [yet], I’ve found some little techniques that we’re trying that seem to have some progress, and I’d like to share them with you [along with you guys sharing your expertise with me! I'm all ears for some tips, too].
I’ll also have a couple activities to share this week, I’m sure. I think I may throw in some ideas that will be really fitting for the boys, too!
Wow! Two weeks in a row I’ve got pictures of me with the boys! This is unreal!
A little snuggle time before bed, reading some books with both the boys. They were sitting so nicely this night [often a rarity], that I had to have my husband snap a picture or two.
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Have a great week!