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Homeschool Fun: Batman

Jayne marks the letters with his guys
This week was Batman week. Jayne had a blast setting up for this one. He set up all his Batman guys in his classroom and even used them for the alphabet game shown. The preschool pack we used this week is from 1+1+1=1 and was great. Jayne's favorite were the alphabet hunt and the color matching game. We played the matching game like go fish. We definitely have a card player in the making. He is starting to get better about staying in the lines when he colors. As an artist, I am all for thinking outside the lines, but you do have to be capable of staying in the lines. Master the basics then experiment. His handwriting is improving with each week too. He has even been doing more freehand and can write his name without looking at a reference now, if you tell him what letter to write next.

I made him a batman cape as part of the school fun and Adam knitted him a batman mask. He has been wearing them ever since. They instigated an enormous amount of imaginative play. Adam will be relieved when it dies down. People tend to describe Jayne as energetic and he fits that to a T! He also started Cubbies this week at Awanas. He really loved it. He likes his special little vest and work book. Now Cubbies lessons are part of our school routine. Next week we are doing robots. The school year is flying by already!
Batman lurks through the house

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