Monday, March 11, 2013


I didn't have much time to blog last week and might not this week either. My husband and I realized that even after several hours per day of ABA therapy, our bright little Sweet Pea is still bored and needs more stimulation in the evenings. I'm hoping that doing some preschool activities with her in the evening will give her the stimulation she needs because even structured play just isn't cutting it. She honestly loves doing academic type things and showing what she knows, so I've been getting our homeschool room (the eat-in area of our kitchen) ready. I'm going to keep it low-key and stick mostly to simple things like learning to cut with scissors, pasting, simple hymns, Bible songs, and Bible stories etc. She is trying hard to learn to read her books on her own though and since she already knows her letters and letter sounds, I'll probably do some word families and sight words with her as well. I'll post pictures when I can. I have a lot of stuff prepared, but about the only thing I have up at this point is the banner I made baring the name of our homeschool: Legacy of Faith Christian Academy. I hope everyone has a very productive and blessed Monday! Mrs. P

1 comment:

  1. I think that's a great idea. It's amazing how much they pick up at that age. It's no exaggeration to say toddlers are like little sponges, they soak up everything. Even your baby will pick up on what her big sister is learning, making homeschooling easier for all of you in the long run.