Oldies but goodies-Week 8


Thank you again to all of you who have been checking out this blog weekly and sending in the Surprise Bags with three clues!  We have not completely understood the guessing part of this activity, but we are learning.

Classic children’s books have captivated children for years. Did you know that the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears was first published in 1837?  The original story was much different than the versions published today.  When you read this book with your child, the repetition of the three actions, three times(someone’s been eating my porridge, someone’s been sitting in my chair and someone’s been sleeping in my bed) allows them to ‘read along’ with you.  This is also a good book to reference respect as well as using/taking things that don’t belong to you.

Here is a recipe to make your own porridge Click Here

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A Fun Snack




2 thoughts on “Oldies but goodies-Week 8”

    1. Thank you so much for the kind words. I love the excitement in Chloe’s eyes when she’s learning! She is a wonderful role model.

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