What’s in a Workbox?

Here’s a peak into what we are doing today!

Note: Numbers 4 and 7 pockets are “Poster Center” Tickets; the kids come “play” with me, reviewing letters and numbers, flashcards, intro of new concepts etc. This week is the letter P and the number 13.

"P"ray from A Beka Readiness Skills K4
Wipe board review of G and P, transitioning to a tablet exercise tomorrow.

My toddler’s #2 pocket is a little different, featuring “p”rincess from Confessions of a Homeschooler Blog.

Toddler Pre-writing Practice
Tangrams and a word card (laminated sticky note!)

And my toddler’s pocket #3… (the ladybugs are from Letter of the Week letter L)

"p"rincess puzzle and "l"adybug shapes puzzle (not doing letter L, but she could use the shapes review)
Matching Upper and lower case (more Letter of the Week activities). Toddler is doing the same activity with vowels.
"p"opcorn collage! and, of course, snack time
Reviewing and Writing 9, from A Beka ABC-123 workbook
Garden Lapbook, from Homeschool Creations Garden Pack activities (click photo for link)

Want to see the inside?

shapes, flower and vegetable seed sort, basket of veggies
mini-book, stages of a bulb, stages of a bean plant

Toddlers Pocket #9… (The rest of the bears are in a huge ziplock bag; I’ll give them to her when she gets to that pocket.)

Three Bear Family Set Activity, compliments of Grandma (we love these!) Click photo for link.

That’s it for our work boxes. We’ll finish our day by heading to the bridge over our pond and playing “p”irate ship.

Want to see more workbox ideas? Check out this link.