Our structured activity was pouring buttons from pitcher to pitcher.
John has also become quite the whisk-er.
And here he is practicing his pouring skills with the maple syrup.
Peeling foam stickers and putting them onto foam paper. He loved this; he kept asking for help, but I made him do it!
Putting measuring spoons in order.
Spicing. (With two empty spice jars, a tray, and some other tools — I put oregano and salt in his spice jars.)
Opening the butter package.
Zipping a little purse. I put a little mirror, a little measuring tape, and a little elephant in it.
Opening a spice jar and sticking the stems in the holes!
We scrubbed potatoes with a little pitcher, a sponge, and a basin of water.
And we learned how to fold washcloths! He was so proud of himself!
And putting silverware away in the drawer.
Opening the butter up for a recipe with mom!
Helping make gluten-free pumpkin bread. This was delicious! (right now, we buy the 1:1 gluten-free flour mix, but I want to make it myself because that is getting expensive.)
Cutting cucumbers with dad!
“Tonging” his animals from one bucket to the other. He loved it and was so proud of himself.
Funneling rice from one bucket to another.