We took away our post office sorter and put out the worksheet (although I changed the graphic to the one we are using for summer reading). I am crossing my fingers that one kid doesn't scribble on the whole stack at a time.
Our sign explains what to do and tells what skills we are working on.
I left the mailbox out to collect the worksheets. I think that there would be mutiny if I got rid of the mailbox, as the kids LOVE IT!
Completed worksheets will be added to our "book". The kids are actually reading our post office book that we made so I have high hopes for this one too. Plus, the answers are funny!
To start us off, both of the children's librarians at our branch told about our dinosaurs. Mine is named George.
Our much-loved post office will be back in the fall, but this gives us a chance to clean and fix up the station as it gets a lot of use. With how busy summer reading is at our location, this summer station will require minimal staff time, but still provide a quality experience for the kids. Personally, I can't wait to read what they come up with!