Well it’s September already (how did that happen?) and time to put away the water wings in favor of pencil sharpeners. I mean, replace the kiddie pool with lesson plans. I mean… figure out what the heck I am supposed to do with my toddler all day long!
I hope to eventually add direct links to my website, but for now you can find many of my digital resources on TeachersPayTeachers.com under MommaAMommaB.
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Thanks for your continued support, it really means a lot to me.
Luckily, I started most of my lesson planning last year, slowly picking themes that would interest my then-twenty-month old, and which would carry over into the 2019-2020 “school” year.
My child is now 28 months old and attends a drop-in preschool 1-2 days per week. The rest of the time he is with me, as I stay home full time with him and our infant.
I have tried so many activities over the summer that I was sure were going to be a hit, which turned out to be a major flop. Or too messy. Or… whatever. I don’t even include those in my blog, so rest assure whatever I post has been tried and tested around here!
Still, I hope you and your student will take these ideas with a grain of salt, because toddlers, man!
I try to include additional play ideas and adaptations when possible, to get the most mileage from your materials.
Cheers to a successful school year!
*Click “Tot School” in my expandable menu to find resources to suit every month of the school year