Here is Finley doing her farm puzzle.
I made this file folder game to help her with her numbers. Super easy!
We're growing pinto and garbanzobeans.
I got this great idea from Maile. I wrote out Fin's name and gave her foam letters for her to match up. She did really well on this activity--great way to make letter-learning meaningful!
I found this book of reusable stickers really cheap at a going out of business Borders store. It has everything in it!
We used the stickers to "plant" a vegetable garden.
Here is our barn! Again thanks Maile! You can check out her blog to learn how to make the adorable pig and the corn. I found the duck craft here. I love that the feathers of the duck are made from tracing Finley's hands!! We plan to make more animals soon!
Here are some great non-fiction books we checked out at the library.
And here are some farm-themed books that we've collected. I got a few of these for about $2 at The Christmas Tree Shops---a fabulous store!
And here is the adorable soft veggie set I got for about $6 at IKEA--I love that store. Notice the $15 easel...it's also from IKEA! And the pig and duck, or "pig and quack-quack" as Finley calls them. They came from Hallmark. She LOVES these things. She carries them around and hugs them. It's so stinkin' cute. The little horse is a wind-up toy that gallops-very fun!!
We've also got some small plastic farm animals that I picked up in the dollar section at Target. I am having so much fun with this theme. Before this one we did a transportation theme. I didn't take many pics of the
activities-but we enjoyed it a lot. The farm theme however has more activities for Finley. We're using Bible verses about creation, growing plants, learning about veggies and animals and different farm equipment. It's a lot of fun. I'll post more pics as we continue!!!