The little kids and I have been doing preschool time every single day. But only this last week did I finally pull out our actual preschool materials to use. Mother Goose Time is so freaking awesome. My kids LOVE it. I think I might have to start ordering a monthly subscription again.
Payson is going to adore school. He’s my most social child, he’s super smart, and he loves learning. He loves hanging out at the girls’ school and is very friendly and outgoing when we are there. Or anywhere, really. My social, outgoing guy.
Ember loves being included in things. She loves it when more than one person is working on something and she’s a part of it.
We get a book every month with Mother Goose Time. The kids always love the books. Though, I’m pretty sure they’ve never met a book they didn’t love!
After they finished their boat craft we used this blue box of Payson’s as water and they pretended to sail. Then they had more fun pretending the blue box was a boat!
When I ordered Mother Goose Time a long time ago I made sure to get enough supplies for all four kids to do the crafts. I knew that despite being marketed for toddlers and preschoolers my big kids would love the crafts just as much as their younger siblings. And I was right 😉 After school the girls made each made a sailboat.
Payson interrupted them to show them his dollar store Halloween mask.
While working the girls would check out what the other was doing.
It reminded me of four years ago, this picture I took of them making pumpkins out of formula cans.
Brooklyn got upset when Payson wouldn’t let her color his entire coloring page.
This time when they were done with their boats instead of a small blue box I laid my didymos wrap on a giant box for the ocean. They loved that.
Do you see Sierra’s hand pushing Payson’s head down below the box? Payson was freaking out about that. And both girls were chewing him out about ruining their show.