Mommy School has been a little delayed this year.
I'm not exactly sure if or when I'll get into a normal routine,
but this is what I would like to focus on...
- Fine motor skills (focusing mostly on scissors since he knows how to write all of his letters pretty well)
- Tricky reading rules (he knows how to read things phonetically as long as those silly English rules don't apply)
- Math (simple addition & subtraction)
- Spanish ABCs & basic words (he needs the challenge since he can say it in English forwards & backwards)
- Potty training (I would love to not be buying diapers all the time)
- Drinking in actual cups (he gave up when he was younger because he doesn't like things spilling on him)
- ABCs (she has bits of it memorized, but not the whole thing in order)
- 1-10 (shouldn't be terribly hard)
- shapes & colors (I think she knows her colors pretty well; but the shapes, not so much...)
- Potty training (two kids potentially out of diapers... a girl can dream, right?)
- Drinking in actual cups (seriously, real cups are so much easier to clean than sippy cups)
but just haven't gotten into a routine yet.
But realistically, parenting is all about the spontaneous teaching moments.
Often times that's when we (parents & children alike) learn the most.