Homemade butter! This was fun for me as well as the kids. We put heavy cream in some glass jars and shook it until my arms were going to fall off! But it was pretty amazing when it just turned from foamy cream to butter and whey. We made cornbread muffins to have our butter on, it was delicious! (Rebekah has a special dairy free margarine).
Here's Caleb doing one of his worksheets. He still has a hard time sitting during the blend ladder, but we're working on persevering for 5 minutes at a time. He did get excited this day because he read a few of the words by himself! I have noticed that he gets mad if I try to point out words he should know in a book while we're reading, he just wants to hear the story. But, I pulled out some sight word flashcards, and he seems to like going through those, weird! I wish I could find some easy books that he could read, but all the ones I've found have letters/sounds that we haven't covered yet.
We made a paper farm, using printables on this website.
Our books, and one DVD I found at the library. Caleb especially liked The Story of Ferdinand.
The tactile activity we did was cover a C with cornmeal (above).
They painted a picture of the nursery rhyme, Hey Diddle Diddle, and we tried to do a letter C word search (a little too advanced for Caleb still).