THE HARD C or k-k-k-k-k-k sound
Cool/warm: Talk about temperature changes while in the tub.
Close/open: Close and open doors, lids, drawers, windows, your mouth!
Clean/messy: Clean the messy plates after dinner, clean your room. Spread some pudding on a plate and lick it off to get it clean (good exercise for speech articulation)
Books to check out
The book this week is Cool Cars but I am reading Who Sank the Boat? Click Here
Little Critter Sleeps Over-Mercer Meyer
Little Cloud- Eric Carl CLICK HERE
Caps For Sale-Esphyir Slobodkina
Crash, Bang, Boom- Peter Spier
Curious George- H.A. Ray CLICK HERE
Clifford the Big Red Dog by Norman Bridwell
In the Clouds-Laurie Berkner
Clean It Up-Laurie Berkner CLICK HERE
I’m Gonna Catch You- Laurie Berkner CLICK HERE
Drive my Car-Laurie Berkner
Blow A Kiss-Laurie Berkner
Pat A Cake
- Cut with scissors- Always work with your child and scissors. Teach: Thumb UP- Open, shut, open shut
- Make clouds after reading the Clouds book. Put a small amount (tsp) of paint in the middle of a piece of paper, fold it and press. Now open and look at the cool cloud.
- Mix 1 cup shaving crème and ¼ cup white glue in a zip lock bag. Seal and squish together. Cut a tiny whole at the tip of the bag. Squeeze onto paper. When this dries it’s like a cloud!
- Eat carrots. Cook a few and then have a taste test. Do you like cooked or raw carrots better?
- Make cookies Measuring, mixing and cooking are all great ways to build language: There’s more flour than sugar. You can see the egg when I add it to the bowl. When I mix it with the sugar and butter, I can’t see the egg, but it’s still there! Do you think that will happen to the chocolate chips? That’s called prediction.