It was Rr week here at Kindergarten, but it was also a very busy weekend, so I am finally getting this post up! (Forgive me)
These rainbow cards came from Confessions of a Homeschooler.
The printable available at this site are amazing.
I am using these rainbows for reviewing the letters we have learn here in our home kindergarten.
The Kumon Cutting Puzzle book is still a very popular activity.
The scissor work around here has been improving rapidly.
Another addition to kindergarten this week was the Highlights Puzzle Buzz magazine.
Working on rainbows.
Gracie discovered it on Queen Ann's Lace out back. A black swallowtail butterfly caterpillar.
We made a Queen Ann's Lace rainbow.
We gathered Queen Ann's Lace in the field's out back and put them into water colored with all the colors of the rainbows.
After about 2 hours we could begin to see the rainbow appear.
You can see the complete post about our rainbow here.
These Pip Squeak markers to were too cute not to photograph during a coloring session.
Do A Dot is always fun.
Rr is for Saint Rose of Lima
We learned to play War.
It is safe to say that the kindergarteners in the house now know all the numbers from 2-10.
Rr is for raisins.
We made rainbow bracelets using the energy of the sun and Steven Spangler's Uv Color Changing Beads.
We put beads onto pipecleaners for a quick easy bracelet.
After a few seconds in the bright sunlight the rainbow began to appear.
And the good thing is that when you take them out of the sun, they return to their original white
color, ready to be used again and again.
This game is from Confessions of a Homeschooler.
I love Kimmy's dice rolling technique.
Check out the whole post here.
Rr is for rocks.
A back field full of rocks and a bunch of paint can keep busy for hours.....
and that is a very good thing..