Monday, December 3, 2012

Christmas Tree learning/fun themed bath

If you been following us you know that I have been doing fun learning baths with my kids. Since we just decorated our Christmas tree and it is all fresh in their heads I threw together this learning  number bath.

This bath has 2 ways to teach counting, one by adding the bulbs to the tree and counting out loud and the 2nd placing the numbers in order to make a Christmas tree. The second one also is teaching biggest to smallest as well.

This bath was very inexpensive the wall stickers were $2.50 from Walgreen's, if you haven't been in there for Christmas stuff I suggest go. LOTS of great things from toys to decorations.

Then the foam trees were from Dollar Tree came in a pack of 6 for $1.00.

The number tree was a sheet of green foam cut and the circles were a pack of 20 sheets for $1.00 at the Dollar Tree as well, and I only used 5 sheets so you still will have more for other fun baths or crafts.

Then I added some other Christmas things we had around the house.

This is also a great thing to do as a learning station in a classroom or even at home. The foam will stick to a chalk board or you can use felt.

I also added some red food coloring for some holiday fun.

"J" putting the tree in numerical order, then adding 10 blubs onto his tree.

"C" putting the bulbs on her tree and counting with mommy.

Be sure to check out some of the other fun ways we have tied learning into our bath. Snowflake spelling, Alphabet learning puzzle and Number tree. This is some of our fun learning baths, don't miss any by checking our Bath section.

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