Thursday, December 15, 2016
Holidays and learning to play the guitar begin
Asher loves the little coasters that they have in their little "kitchen". So Emma took photos of them and made matching cards. Asher had fun playing with them this morning.
Nothing really new with the painting except that we worked on getting her to say the colour, using two words "pink paint" or "green paint". She would focus and take a good bit of time to process it, but when given the time, she would repeat the words (with a gap in between as she processes). Great that she is willing to try new things with her speech. It was a very clear reminder for me though on how much extra time she does need to process it though.
This was our last day with these therapists. She will have a new group of teachers in the new year when she moves to the transition group (transition to school for the 4 year olds).
For their class's "secret Santa" Ruth got some oil pastels. She did this drawing which she gave to her friend too.
This bead toy has not been played with by the children for a while. When I was doing a toy clean out a few months ago I knew it didn't need to be kept for them, but I kept it for the kittens. I know the previous kittens loved playing with it so much.