We are doing the letter I this week. It seems like we just did this, but really it was with my kindergartner. And since my 3 yr old is doing a letter a week and my kindergartner is doing like 2-3 a week, I couldn’t really keep them together. Plus no one really complained when I told them we’d be doing ‘ice cream’ for our creative alphabet food this week! LOL!
Her boxes for the week:
Letter I i lacing cards, you can download them here.
Ice cream number match game, downloaded from here.
Introduce the number 3, whales coloring page. As I posted this blog, I realized that whale doesn’t start with I, so I’m making a number 3 recognition worksheet using ice cream, I’ll have it for you tomorrow! LOL! See people, this is why I blog…keep myself accountable!
Beans Counting Cups, also not starting with the letter I, but then ice cubes didn’t seem like a great idea to leave in a drawer over night…
Kumon Let’s sticker and snack drawer.
Cutting practice, I had to cut the worksheet apart and then I also put in ‘starter cuts’ for her because she said she couldn’t figure out how to get to the dotted line! LOL! Whatever works kid…
bIg bIrd bottlecap letter match game. I download it from here. I also made up my own sheets after downloading the letter templates from Shannon’s site.
Letter I magnetic pom pom worksheet, downloaded from here.
That’s it for the day, I’ll post pics of our wigwams and candle making tomorrow!
You have a wealth of ideas on your blog. :0) We're doing workboxes too but yours look like more fun so far. ;0) We LOVE wipe-off books around here! (I'll stick around a bit and visit for a while.)
I just have to say I think I've had you up on about 4 tabs for about a week now. 🙂 So many fun ideas I'm trying to absorb. Thanks!
i love your site and am printing from it now. I ahve a question about preschool letter introduction…is there any particular order you are introducing the letters? In order? Vowels first? Just curious….
Hi,I do vowels first, then consonants. Because then you can start reading one vowel words quickly. Once they know short vowel sounds then can just add consonants as they learn them to make words. I haven't been too concerned with consonant order.