B is for ball roll.
I found this activity idea here and it was kind of a bust as a skeeball activity. Maybe I did it wrong.
I used various cups from the kitchen, cut holes in an old wipes box, and stuck the cups in with the point numbers taped to the bottom of the cup. We got out a variety of balls to roll up into the box but I could not get the angle right for the ball to do a skeeball-like roll-hop into the cups.
Little Lady made a valiant effort trying to roll the balls but in the end we just tossed and bounced them toward the cups.
Later, I put the box behind a chair and had her do a ball drop into the cups. This worked a little better.
B is for Barco Chiquito and B-I-B-L-E.
We sang these songs during B week. A lot. And Little Lady started asking for the "babl" every time we sat at the table (we have an ABC Children's Bible we learn verses from). She was right on time learning a new "B" word!
B is for butter and bread.
We had a blast making home made butter. All you need is whipping cream and a jar with a tight lid.
Next, you shake, shake, shake! The process went very quickly with both kiddos helping me shake. Little Lady got very possessive of the butter toward the end... good thing it was done!
Look at our butter - so creamy and fluffy!
We enjoyed it as a snack spread on warm, homemade bread. We had it later that night on garlic bread with supper, then again the next morning on toast with cinnamon. This butter lasted forever!
B is for barco.
With a bath boat and some play dough, we spent over a half hour just playin' around and chattin' about "B" things! I *heart* play dough!
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