We are introducing the Letter L this week. We’re starting with a capital L coloring page from my Letter of the Week book.
Letter L Memory Verse:
Look unto Me and be saved. Isa 45:22
Love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the first and greatest commandment. Matt 22:37-38
Letter L Coloring page from Letter of the week book:
Kumon Wipe off cards: vowel review: AEIOU, they also have lowercase cards and numbers cards. I just bought mine at Borders or Barnes & Noble.
Lacing Ll letters. I used to give downloads per letter, but upon request, I made a file for the whole alphabet of lacing letters. You can download it by clicking here.
Counting Lollipops. I downloaded the lollipop stuff from Erin’s blog.
Ten Little Ladybugs book, practice counting!
Some extra-credit work because my curriculum isn’t good enough I guess LOL! Click here for info on the magnetic letter builders.
To go along with her letter L week, today we read the book “Is Your Mama A Llama?” This was a cute book, everyone liked it.
Next we made a fun Llama craft to go with our “Is your mama a llama?” book. I found a llama coloring page, cut it out, and glued it on a piece of construction paper then let her color it and glue on some ripped up cotton balls for the fur.
Letter L magnet page, downloaded from making learning fun. I got these magnets from Amazon, and also made my own pom-pom magnets you can see in this post, to change things up a bit.
A lowercase L coloring page from letter of the week (see top of post for link):
Little Foot Bottle Cap Letter matching page, you can download the letters template from Tot School and the Little Foot Page Here!
Reading Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and putting up our Letter L
Next was a fun L puzzle I found in a set of alphabet puzzles I got at a used curriculum sale. You can buy it new at Amazon, its called “Spell A Puzzle”
I downloaded this cute Ladybug graphing book from Child Care Land. (Scroll down to Lady Bug Counting and Graphing). They have tons of free printables. I laminated it and gave her a dry-erase marker. The goal is to color the correct amount of squares based on how many lady bugs are on the page. The download also includes colored squares that they can place on the grid instead of coloring.
Next up was a Lollipop puzzle downloaded from Erin’s Blog. She LOVED the lollipop theme! Guess I’ll have to surprise her with one at the end of the week ;o)
Then we have a lollipop pattern strips, also downloaded from Erin’s Blog.
And the grand finale! A Lollipop craft. We’ll just color the stick then glue it and the yarn to the page ( in a spiral shape hopefully) … ;o)
Hope you Liked our Letter L! We also had Lasagna and watched Little Mermaid for family fun night!
Looking for lollipop ideas for letter L. Thanks so much for the links!