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What's In the Mother Goose Time Box? Part Four

Three bags down, 21 left to go.  No I am not kidding.  There are 24 packages to open in your first Mother Goose Time kit.  Its like Christmas morning, but a little more work because there are a TON of things to cut out.  A lot of them are punch out, but a lot of them require cutting.  But I am not going to go over every single bag so this will not take forever.

Santa's Workshop Celebration Kit
Let us start with the Celebration Kit.  I don't know if each month has a Celebration Kit or not, but because it is Christmas they sent me a Santa's Workshop Celebration Kit.  It is obviously intended more for a classroom setting, and comes with an invitation (which looks pretty sad since I only get a kit for one child LOL) and guest sign in sheet.  Maybe we will invite Grandma, and the girls will be on Christmas Break when we do this, so they can participate.  Anyways, it comes with supplies for one craft, a snack, two games, special Circle Time activities, and some ideas for your Investigation Stations, which we will probably use.  It also has the pieces necessary for the games and art project.

Week One (well days 2-5, because we already did day 1) plus the book
from day 5
Most of the bags are the daily bags.  Every day has its own bag for each child.  This makes it quick and easy to grab what you need and stay organized.  Each daily bag has a theme poster to hang up on your Circle Time display, craft pieces and instructions (they do a craft almost every day!), and the materials you need to play the games and do the activities for the week.

Week 2
For example the first day has a family newsletter for preschools, instructions for a drum prop (the instructions are on little slips of paper that would make it really easy to save them for future use), rhythm pattern cards, supplies for the drum prop, and name tags (each month I think the children make new name tags, which is a really good, simple way to keep track of handwriting improvements).

Week 3
They include other things some days, like on day three the children get a journal.  On day five you get a full length story book related to the theme.  Day 14 comes with an I Can Read book.


Week 4
The amazing thing is that between the manipulatives, the games and supplies included and the books, you are building up an incredible library of learning activities that your family can use for years.  The only problem I am going to have, is where I can store all of this stuff so its safe AND accessible.
Everything that came in my first box from Mother Goose Time!!!!  Well except day 1.
What's In the Box?  Part One
What's In the Box?  Part Two
What's In the Box?  Part Three


*As a Blog Ambassador I receive free curriculum in exchange for sharing all the awesomeness with my blog readers.  This curriculum is great and I am not just saying that because I got it for free!*

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