I’m just so glad that while Marshall is learning at home, I can see that he is also enjoying, a lot! This week is play time! Well, actually most of the time is just play time for us. hihi. We are on our ‘M’ week, and we have another add on to
Feeding a toddler is one of the dilemmas of being a mom. I’m not sure how many can relate, but my 3-year-old son is always “mapili” when it comes to fruits and vegetables. Well, honestly, I used to be one when I was his age. hehe. But as early as
Guess what we’re making today? A “family snack” for our F week. It’s very easy to prepare and healthy for the kids, though there will be few sweets to add twist. All you need is: slices of banana cheese stick half slice of strawberry cookie some chocolate chips You’ll be
D. D for dinosaur. Marshall is very fond of dinosaurs. Good dinosaur is one of his favourite movie, especially the part when Arlo and Spot was talking about family., this is a sad part but he always remember the word “family”. grabbed from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_O5UO1nQfY Anyway, this day, I decided to play
Yey! We’re on the 3rd letter of the alphabet! C. C for caterpillar. We will need: -art papers (it’s your choice what color you’d like to use) -egg carton -wiggly eyes -scotch tape -glue -pair of scissors You need to cut the egg carton till you get this shape below. (Cutting
Hi! Welcome to our B week. B. B for Banana. Marshall enjoyed our previous apple tree activity and so, I just changed our fruit tree into banana-shaped cut outs. Again this is an easy activity. Actually, what we would need are almost the same things that we used the last time.
A. A for apple. Basically, you need: -art papers (red, green, and brown) -scotch tape -a pair of scissors Initially, I wanted to cut out some leaves for the apples, but never mind. 🙂 I used the red art paper for the apple cut outs. We do not have brown