Bitty Bug is 20 months old
Bitty Bug continued to attempt to do everything Monkey did this week, as usual. Only now she’s starting to get even more verbal and persistant about it. Things did not work out well the day she wanted to try the eyedroppers and colored water and it was not an option for her. Little Miss decided that she was going to be very vocal about her disappointment. But, things changed when I brought out the scrubbing baby work. I don’t think Bug could have been happier with the world at that point. Give this child some water, a bar of soap, and a doll and you just found a way to entertain her for a very long time. Apparently she loves to scrub things. I might have to put that talent to good use one day… 😉
I tossed the extra sand from Monkey's primitive map drawing work into the sensory bin. Bug had a blast making animals hide in it!
Bug also wanted to explore the use of glue sticks this week. The purple color of the glue stick sort of made it hard for her to realize that it's not a marker. She never did figure out that she needed to actually stick something to it. LOL! But, she had fun running the glue stick over paper and making designs with it.
Playing with the clock puzzle. She liked turning the arms far more than she liked putting the pieces into the correct holes though!
Scrubbing one of her baby dolls
While Monkey was planting seeds, Bug was using the little shovel to scoop dirt and transfer it into various containers. She thought this was a fun work (although it was a bit messy of course!)
Using a funnel to transfer sand between the bottle and the pitcher
Using the knobbed cylinder block #1. She actually did pretty well with getting all of the cylinders back in the correct place
Bug also helped us to make cookies this week. Or rather, she stole the cookie dough while the rest of us were mixing and had a little feast. She really loved her job the most!