This time of year, we vary from four to six boxes per day, and I have a larger box to hold our group work that we all do together. Here is a little view of our workbox system:
This is Firefly's self-made workbox chart. When she finishes a box, she attaches the number on the box back onto her chart.
Here are a few pictures of what is in Bug's boxes today. I try to mix it up for him, knowing that the primary goal is to keep him happily occupied during school time. Letters, numbers, and other "school-y" stuff are in there, but I'm trying to keep him thinking that it is all still fun.
I found this cute Easter game here. Thanks, Erika!
This one forces me to sit down with him for a few minutes to work on some letters. It makes me feel like I am actually teaching him something, lol!
This came from here. He loves to use the dry-erase markers and wipe them off to do again and again . . .Again, thanks to Erika at http://www.confessionsofahomeschooler.com/. He loves to work with his Do-A-Dot markers on different activities.
And finally, the messy bin. This usually ends up with Matchbox cars, rubber bugs, or bouncy balls hidden in it after he's done.
That's what's in Bug's boxes today. Can't wait to see what's in yours!