We plan to go to story time at the library this afternoon. I spent a few minutes last night making a long list of things I want to read to them from The Read Aloud Handbook. It took me about a half an hour this morning to round up the 29 books we already have checked out. One problem with having all of our books Dewey decimal labeled is that it is hard to distinguish the library books from our own.
After story time we are meeting their long-standing playgroup at a private home and will play the night away.
If you were at all interested yesterday when I related what I would do differently when making my reading folders, I added one item to that post today. I remembered suddenly this morning that I realized after I printed them that I would have personally preferred a different font (so that the letter "a" would be more "Montessori"). I could have easily changed it if I had thought of it before I printed, but did not and didn't want to burn through more colored ink reprinting. I just wanted to give everyone a heads up in case you all were trying to be consistent with the font you use on your homemade materials.