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  1. I’m just starting your Preschool Journey book with my 2-yr-old now that my oldest has gone to kindergarten and I have more time available. I’m not a trained educator and I have no idea what I’m doing, but your book makes preschool at home sound very doable, so I’m really excited to try!
    I’m planning to begin with letter A this week and have spent the afternoon prepping my materials. I tried to follow the link to the printables you used with your Do-a-Dot markers to “trace,” or “dot,” the letters, but the link is not working. Help please??

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Thank you for your kind words, Lindsey!! I hope this year goes very well for you. You are right, the do-a-dot link no longer works. I tried to find it on her website, but I couldn’t Maybe you could contact the website, Confessions of a Homeschooler? I do have one that is similar, that you can download at the bottom of this post:

  2. JDaniel4's Mom says:

    All the activities look wonderful! I saw your tree activity on Pinterest and just had to stop by to see the whole unit. I have pinned it.
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  3. What a fun week. Love how you sorted apple colors in the floor shapes and your apple game looks like FUN! I pinned and shared on Facebook =)

    Thanks for linking up to TGIF! Have a GREAT week,
    Beth =)
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  4. Lisa Roose says:

    I had success potty training my little girl this week too! I definitely agree that it seems to help when they can watch older sister / brother in advance. Certainly a blessing for mom to have it go well and have it done!

    Our favorite activity from this week was making a ‘cat letter / word’ box, an idea we got from my girls cousins. We used a round oatmeal container wrapped in construction paper and cut a mouth out of the lid. We added eyes, ears, legs, and a tail. My 4 year old puts in her sight word and other word flashcards as she reads them. My 2 year old puts in letters as she names them. They’ve both had a blast playing with their cats and practicing their reading / letters at the same time!

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Wonderful! So happy to hear that she had success!! It is SUCH a blessing!

      I love that activity! Such a wonderful idea. I think my boys would like that activity since they LOVE cats. Thanks for sharing!

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