Two posts in one day, oh my!
Anyways, Mila is getting more and more into drawing and tracing letters and shapes. I haven’t really sat down and did a full activity with her yet, so I wasn’t too optimistic about how this would go.
I made three different pages for Mila to do.
The first is a sticker activity.
Is anyone else’s toddler obsessed with stickers or is it just mine?
I knew if the other two activities didn’t work out, she’d love putting stickers on this big piece of paper.
All I did for this was tape two pieces together and write ‘2021’ in marker.
The goal of this activity is for your toddler to put stickers along the numbers. It helps them get the hang of the shape of the letter without writing it. Plus, they’ll be using motor skills by taking the stickers off and putting them along the lines.
She might not have put all of the stickers on the letters, but stickers are always a hit with Mila!
The next activity is writing. There’s a bubble number one. For this one, they just practice their numbers inside the letter. It’s just to get them familiar with it.
Honestly, this is more Mila’s speed. She did her best with trying to draw it and I think she did well.
The final page was way too challenging for Mila, but a good way to keep numbers familiar for her. I ended up asking which numbers were where and told her the letters too.
Overall, the sticker activity was a hit and I’ll continue doing similar ones for this stage. The other two I’ll keep doing similar things to see how she progresses with them. One day she’ll be a pro at them.
These can all be made with computer paper at home. The sticker activity gave me enough time to make food and wash dishes!
Hopefully, this can help give you some time to get last minute things done for NYE at home.
If you try this out, let me know in the comments. I’d love to know how it went!