The little ones don't like to be left out when we are homeschooling, so I schedule about 45 min a day for "Preschool". I figure that both our Littles could use help in catching up developmentally, and I can't let my "whole 2 years" of preschool teaching experience go to waste, so we're giving it a try.
We are incorporating lots of basics, like colors and shapes, and working on vocabulary, since Quinn is now trying out her new language with a little more confidence. My favorite part is doing songs with actions, and both the kids have been quick to pick up on The Wheels of the Bus, and the Itsy Bitsy Spider as their favorites.
Oh, and also the hand play "This is the church..." That one cracks me up when Quinn is insisting that I say it along with her, as she is pointing her "steeple" at me. Then she does the "where are the people?" part, hiding her fingers.... could she get any cuter??
Today we threw in a little Sensory Art using one of my favorite mediums- Shaving Cream.
Whats not to like? Easy clean up, doesn't stain their clothes, and the kids smell good when they are done- haha!
Bri and I find that they are so much better about giving us our school time when we have given them some of their own, so for now, that's our strategy for getting it all done. And hopefully, we are all learning something :-)