Tuesday, June 28, 2011
The kids are momentarily distracted with golf tees and styrofoam. They are fine tuning their pincer grasps to improve their fur-grabbing powers.
Sometimes we stick golf tees into styrofoam. Little circles and/ or numbers drawn on the styrofoam with permanent marker as a target for the golf tees makes the activity a precision and counting game. Written letters on the styrofoam are great for reviewing the alphabet too.
Play-doh has also proven to be a good material to poke with golf tees.
When the kids are done with the golf tees, they turn their attention back to the cat. Poor cat. Poor, tolerant cat.