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We've passed the seven day challenge and onto the early years activity plans bundle. Emmajean is definitely enjoying herself! Some of the activities even occupy her for a few minutes which gives me a break to work on dinner, clean up a bit, or just sit and watch her learn. It's opened my eyes to see her interact with everyday materials. Doing these activities has helped me engage with Emmajean in other daily activities, too. It's even become a game to let her help me empty and load the washer and dryer! I have to think that interacting and playing with new activities is further sparking her curiosity in the world around her.
She was pretty proud of her painting!
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