So my daughter thinks these Lalaloopsy dolls are so cute and fun, so I decided to make her an activity pack full of activities to do with them. My daughter likes to do a pack all in one sitting. She is insatiable when it comes to learning and these activity packs are no different. She loves them and always wants more.
I laminated this pack, as I re printed the other two I created and laminated them as well, so they can be reused. When I laminate them I try use both sides of the laminating pouch, if you print on card stock you can probably save on the amount of paper you use also by printing double sided, the only thing you have to be careful with the pages that need to be cut, I leave them single sided.
So let me go through how my daughter and I used this Lalaloopsy activity pack.
So my daughter used dry erase crayon for the Prewriting Practice and Tracing the lines and circles. I am so surprised about how fast she can do it. She is one hundred percent perfect at it (like sometimes there are mistakes and it looks like a mess), but she is really good at it and does them quiet speedy.
tiny. Along with color, this is also the reasoning behind the tracing circles.
Cutting Practice and Sticker Paste are the only pages in this pack that I did not laminate. She loves doing them and I realized...(DUH!) to cut the cutting practice page in strips for her, it is so much easier for her to cut on the lines then. With sticker paste, my daughter still needs to master "a dot, NOT a lot." (Laugh out loud)
I tried to make this activity last longer, so when she pasted the picture on another piece of paper, I had her draw a frame / decorate around the picture.
The Next puzzle, is great for number recognition as well as sequencing (in a way) because 2 has to come before 3, unless you are doing it backwards but then their still is a certain sequence. Just cut this puzzle into strips, don't cut the numbers off of it, unless you don't want numbers.
Size Sequencing is always fun, I like the idea of putting a magnetic strip behind it, and using it on a magnetic board or a baking sheet or even the refrigerator.
The Match Ups are fun as well, drawing a line to and from the matching pair of objects, and the quantity and numeral.
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