Monkey 33 Months
Baby Red 13 Months
Well, I am really late getting this post up but we did SO much stuff during the week of Easter it has taken me this long to recover and post it all... LOL :)
Baby Red making a cute little hand print lamb. The "wool" was made with hole reinforcement rings and we found the idea on Pinterest from JDaniel4's Mom.
We made a nest out of Mega bloks and our bird is sitting on a bunch of Easter eggs! Monkey thought this was hilarious! This was another Oopsey Daisy inspired activity.
Playing a game with some bunny movement activity cards that also came in the Oopsey Daisy pack. She loved wiggling her nose and such and asked to play this game several times.
Counting practice using the chicks from our Easter Sensory bin and a chicken numbers printable from Lawteedah.
More work from the same Easter Tot kit. She is gluing flowers to the matching color word.
Cute bunny hat! She wore it all morning long!
Baby Red sporting her bunny hat that did not last long before she ripped it to shreds!
Making chocolate bunnies, flowers, and eggs using some homemade chocolate playdough.
Making a Scratch art Easter Egg. You can find the directions for this project on Toddler Approved.
We did a few of the printables from 2 Teaching Mommies that went along with the Resurrection eggs.
Making the crown of thorns using play dough and toothpicks.
Drinking grape juice and eating bread... Monkey wanted to do this every day :)
Baby Red whipping up some chicken and alphabet soup one evening while I was cooking dinner.
The finished product was a Cross. I used painter's tape for this activity.
A Peeps S'mores snack.
Painting an egg using porcupine balls!
Easter Egg collage work inspired from Gummy Lumps.
Making Resurrection rolls! They were so yummy but Monkey did not quite get the real meaning of these yet.
My pretty girl and Mommy's Favorite photo of the week.
Believe it or not we actually did a bunch more stuff but this is all I managed to get on camera. The girls both had so much fun but Mommy was worn out from all the activity!