whiteboard play (the one where he spells his name, counts to five and gets angry with the alphabet)
Posted Feb 19 2012 2:17pm
If I’ve said it once…
I’ve said it a gazillion times.
I my whiteboards!
I don’t want it to be too busy. But busy enough to keep him interested. My hope is that working together on these skills will spark some independent play!
A girl can hope, right?
Trevy’s Team (mommy, Miss. ABA, Miss. Preschool, Miss. HBTS, Miss. May May and more…) are concentrating on spelling his name.
Notice I have drawn the letters in for him.
He cannot spell his name without the visual prompts…but he’s getting the idea that these letters are very important!
I found this great simple little counting sheet and thought it would work perfect on his white board! (mommy hint: it’s a printable freebie!) I happened to have magnets already…but you could easily make your own with character stickers or whatever. I just stuck it in a page protector sheet and taped it to the board.
Bristel and I created the cutest little Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Tree out of flannel scraps. I’m very proud of my tree. Seeing that I’m not crafty gifted.
I just taped the pieces to our white board. But I like it so much I think I might hot glue it into one piece.
I used a dry erase crayon to write A B and C around the tree. We’ll be adding D soon!
Bristel (she is craft-istically gifted!) made the cutest little angry birds pointers. I printed a couple coloring sheets. She colored them. Cut and taped to colored pencils.
Trevy looooooves whacking the letters with his angry bird!