I also haven't gotten a whole lot more prepared for the fall, I have been printing/cutting/laminating little bits at a time, but I am so far from having anything really planned prepared. I am not actually sure that we will start our LOTW stuff until maybe after the baby is born or maybe even January, though I am still trying to get it all printed. I think I am just going to try to find some fun activities to do with them more during the fall until we get settled with the new baby. I think I will try to do the sensory bins still each month, and maybe some activities to go with each months theme. I also bought the Montessori at Home e-book by John Bowman and am reading that a bit at a time to come up with some activities for the boys to do.
Here is a little bit of our "T is for Turtle" week.
We started out with the turtle size sort:
Then we did some letter matching...I ended up getting out one of a different letter for M so that he could have his own. In order to save on laminating, I glued the lower-case and capital letter match sheets together so I could laminate them as one sheet that would be front and back. (And for the letter matching, I couldn't find the wooden disks, but I started saving water bottle caps and used those for the letters)
The next day we started with the dot markers, which the boys liked so then I printed off some circle sheets for them to do also.
Another day they did some turtle color matching and lacing:
I helped M put his string through the hole and then let him pull it through:
And the last day we made paper plate turtles: