Before I get to the robot pack, I have to share a few things. First, as some of you may have noticed, I’ve been oddly absent for a few months. I started graduate school back in August to get my MS in Psychology. Psychology has always been a passion of mine and pretty much the only field of work that I would consider going into. Anyway, as much as I’ve been enjoying my classes (and I really have been), they leave very little time left over for things like making printables or blogging. At first I thought I’d still be able to blog, but I always have some other school thing to work on. No lie, grad school is rough! They give you 7 days to leave 14 days worth of material.
So what does this mean for the blog? That’s a question I’ve been pondering myself for awhile. The good news is that ad revenue is still enough to cover the bare necessities, so I can still afford to pay for the blog to stay up. Royal Baloo isn’t going offline anytime soon! In January I committed myself to one post a month, and obviously that didn’t happen. So my plan is to just do what I can, when I can. This little robot pack took me weeks to make.
I do intend to invest some time over the next week to schedule all of the cursive packs so they come out regularly. It’s been one of those things on my to-do list that just hasn’t gotten done.
Now, onto the robot pack!! Logi-Bear is almost 4 years old now and I really want to start focusing on letters and counting/numbers with him. His current interest is a game called Titanfall. The Titans happen to look a lot like robots, and I can usually interest him in robot related stuff. So I put together this pack to see if he’d be interested!
This isn’t really a normal PreK pack for me. I went a bit old school and didn’t include any worksheets. Logi-Bear is not a sit-down kind of kid. He’s a typical, rowdy, always-on-the-go, kind of kid. There is no way he would sit down and work on a worksheet. So I focused on manipulative type exercises. There is a lot of matching. But I think it will be fun!
Heads and Tails Matching