Henry and I ‘got our toes out’ (as Henry says) – and traced our feet. Henry tried his best tracing mine. We even got George’s out too. And someone else’s too… can you guess? Blue Dog’s!
We traced all our feet on some paper (we have a nice big roll of butcher paper for this kind of stuff!).
We then talked about whose was biggest, smallest, a little bigger and so on. He had fun fitting his feet in the other footprints and seeing whose were bigger or smaller.
Henry tried to line up the cupcakes from smallest to largest and vice versa.
Is my toddler the only one that doesn’t get this?
Henry understands big and small. But can never put them in an order of biggest to smallest. When it comes to nesting or stacking, he doesn’t get that either.
Henry had more fun hauling the cupcakes with his backhoe - Telling me as he hauled them which one is big and which one is small.
Education.com is a new website that I’ve come across and have found loads of activities and printables! (I’m just a little excited!) We stuck to our theme this week and did a Big vs Small worksheet. Henry had no trouble with these – I mostly tried to get him to circle his answer on his own.
He circled one pretty good on his own – can you tell which one?