Isaiah is 51 months old
Isaiah has been a big help in the kitchen this week as we celebrated Daddy's birthday and enjoyed having a very special guest from the States!
Isaiah decided that whenever I'm mixing something up in bowls, he has to have the same things, too. This is great as it increases his hand strength and actually does some pre-writing work without having to "force" him to color. :)
He helped me make Daddy's birthday breakfast pancakes, and did a great job, of course!
He was the teacher this week, as he taught my pastor several words in Russian while we enjoyed his time with us.
Another great part of Pastor being with us was watching Isaiah form another attachment. Isaiah loves it when we have people over. For a while it seemed like he didn't remember people from one visit to another, but now he will ask about the people who have been here long after they're gone. He remembers their names (or the names that he's given them) and follows them around or goes and looks for them while they're here. When they leave he is really sad, which of course I don't like for him to be sad, but I'm really excited for the mental development that this implies!
I have been told to limit my activities for the next few weeks as Nadia's arrival draws near, so Tot School will probably continue to be fairly low key, focusing on life skills and physical therapy more than school room type activities.
What are some ways that you try to incorporate learning into daily activities that don't "look like" school?
Check out the other Tot School posts at 1+1+1=1.