If the worksheet is in black and white, when we're finished, she spends time coloring it on her own. If it has nice printed pictures, we cut them out. We had quite a collection of little cut out pictures so we spent some time gluing them. I gave each little girl a small paint cup with a little bit of glue and a brush. I initially tried to get them to paint on the backside and then flip it over to stick it to the page but that just didn't make sense to them. It was better to have them paint a spot on their paper and then put the picture on the glue spot. When the pictures were all used up, we were done.
After the pages dried, Amanda wrote letters on the papers and wanted to match up the letters with the objects. Then Tali had fun peeling of the pictures off her page. It was a fun and simple project that led to more learning and creative play. I have really been doubting my ability to get the schooling done with Amanda that she needs and wants so I'm happy to see progress in this area.