Noo’s Lesson Plans
Our Theme for the next 2 weeks is Plants and flowers. We’ll be growing bean sprouts for this theme 🙂
Koko’s Lesson Plans and Structured Play activities
Noo’s lesson plans for the week. Tuesday is a public holiday and Friday is his birthday party.
Koko’s totschool planning for the week
I’ve started planning my lessons for next term, which starts on Monday. I can’t believe our 2 week break is almost over.
I have taken most of our “Theme of the Week” from the There’s No Place Like Home TotW schedule and added winter and 2010 Soccer World Cup
I finally got down to planning next week’s lessons for the kidlets. Here is what we have planned for the week
Koko (Fifi joins in on some of these)
As of now, Koko will will be following the Letter of the week (LOTW) curriculum. I’m very excited to start this with him. I hope he loves it as much as I think he will.
This is the last week of Term one, Noo will be completing assessments this week (this week will run till the Tuesday after Easter). We are officially on Autumn break from April 8th till April 16th. We start Term 2 on April 19th.
~Koko is 35 months old~
I am in the process of reorganising our Tot School. I have found that Koko isn’t being stimulated enough and, with the help from my friend who owns Edukits, I am busy setting up a new schedule for him which Fifi can also participate in.
I am also in the process of tweaking our totboxes. I have come to realise that Koko is ready for more intensive work and have done away with our 1 box per day. He will now have 5 boxes to complete during our totschool time in the mornings. This works out very well, as that is the time Noo works independently.
Structured Free Play, this is something I had never thought of before. Koko can keep himself busy, provided that there is something he is interested in. I plan on setting up his morning structured play activities while the children are eating eating breakfast and having their free play session before Noo starts lessons at 9.