The Letter of the Week is a full 26 week preschool course designed to give your student a head-start on preparing for kindergarten! It is a 26 week curriculum that’s full of educational activities that focus on the letter recognition, sounds, number recognition, counting, basic math skills, pre-writing practice, and all the necessary fine-motor skills that will be required for your preschooler to be ready for kindergarten! Included are weekly lesson plans that cover all the subjects a preschooler needs and more!

Get my ENTIRE preschool Letter of the Week set now!
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  CO-OP/Classroom Licenses also available in my store.

This license is to be used if you are sharing the curriculum in a class or co-op. This version allows for printing of materials for multiple students as well as teachers in a classroom or co-op setting. If you have multiple children that are your own, i.e. not daycare or co-op, you do not need to purchase the classroom version.


  • After completing payment you will receive an email confirming your purchase and be re-directed back to your account in my store where you will find a link to download your product.
  • If you have any questions, please contact me at erica {at} confessionsofahomeschooler dot com and I will be happy to assist you!

NOTE: The download links will automatically expire after 7 dayss, so please make sure to download in a timely fashion.

So what’s in the Letter of the Week curriculum?

Click here to see a typical week of activities

While I provide many of my printables for free on my blog, you currently have to download each item individually. For those who prefer multi-file downloading, I am now providing the complete curriculum PLUS BONUSES!

There are approximately 1500 printable pages of games, ideas and activities included in this curriculum!

As an added BONUS, you will receive Weekly LESSON PLANS!
(These are not available on my blog for free download.)
Click here to see a SAMPLE LESSON PLAN

What’s included?


Click here to see a sample week for the Letter B. Each week includes similar set of themed activities for your preschooler.


  • A- Z Weekly Lesson Plans
  • Weekly Bible Verse
  • Weekly Art lessons
  • Read aloud books
  • Phonics practice
  • Capital/lowercase letter recognition
  • 1-10 Numbers recognition
  • Counting practice
  • Colors
  • Shapes
  • Fine Motor skills: Lacing cards, cutting, coloring & pre-writing
  • Logic skills: Puzzles, size sorting, matching games
  • Large Muscle Movement: Large Floor Numbers/Letters Hopscotch
  • Singing: Leapfrog A-Z letter sound songs, Bible Verse Songs
  • Arts & Crafts for each letter
  • Daily Calendar and Weather Activities
  • NEW!! Spanish Word Flashcards for each letter!

For additional ideas such as reading & non-printable activities please visit my Alphabet Fun links on this blog!

As you can see, in addition to getting all of the printable materials in the download, you will also receive my spreadsheet of weekly lesson plans for each letter, along with some accompanying ideas for the letters and links to create an alphabet binder as you go. I’ve even added a Spanish Word Flashcard set for each letter!

You can choose to follow my plans or make them your own. In the plans I provide, I have arranged the activities so your student is completing a variety of different activities each day.

My Lesson Plan worksheets are based on using The Workbox System, but you could easily just pull out the activities as you wish, or even use Tot Trays instead.

NOTE: All files are PDF format. You will need adobe reader (it’s FREE) to open the files.

The files are compressed ZIP files, so you will also need an extractor if you don’t already have one. Here’s a few free ones, if you don’t like these, you can search for free unzip software:

THANK YOU! I just want to thank everyone in advance for encouraging and blessing my family through this blog!


      1. I was looking at doing this for my soon to be 3 year old. Two questions:
        1. How do you transfer the stuff to get printed online and who do you recommend?
        2. If I buy this month… Will I get an updated calendar or should I wait till the star of the new year?

        Andrea Benton
        1. I usually recommend http://www.thehomeschoolprintingcompany.com as they offer very affordable printing costs. I believe for them you can upload your files. They are familiar with my website, so if you let them know I sent you over they may be able to do a special for you. You can purchase whenever and then when you’re ready to get the Daily Learning Notebook, your coupon code will still work to get the current version.

  1. I love this curriculum! I’m a certified teacher, but quit teaching to stay at home with my babies. I’ve been teaching my 3yr old since she could talk really, but have just this year started doing a set, day by day, “school” time with her. What I love about this curriculum is that I can print the items (I purchased the cd) that she needs to work on, and skip the parts that she already knows. Its excellent material and easy to follow. I look forward to moving her into the kindergarten curriculum this fall!

    1. I usually start at around age 3-3.5, but it’s also up to your child and when they’re ready 🙂 My teeny tot started playing with them when she was only 1.5 just as a way to keep her busy while we did school LOL!

  2. Would you recommend this for a child that will be 5 in December but never had formal preschool yet? I’m planning on starting his more formal schooling this fall, and was planning on doing the letter of the week curriculum, but I see you would recommend k4 for his age… he doesn’t know all his alphabet letters yet…

  3. I love the program. I got the CD long before my grandson would use it (we will start this fall) Is there alternative for the valentine V? I was thinking I saw that you had a download as an alternative for the Holidays. You do lovely work

    Debbie Wheeler
  4. Hi Erica,

    I have a little girl who will be 4 in a few weeks and I can’t decide if she needs to the LOTW program or the Pre-k. She knows her shapes, numbers 1-30, colors, she can write her name, and she’s starting on letter sounds. Can you please advise?

    Jakki Goff
    1. If she knows her letter sounds all VERY WELL, then you could potentially start with the Kindergarten K4/5 curriculum. That one moves into reading after a quick review, so she would really need to be familiar with her sounds and be reading ready before doing that. Also consider if you move her ahead now, then she will continue to be a grade ahead as she gets older. From our experience, the workload and mental focus needed for higher grades really picks up in about 2nd -3rd grade. So while she may know her sounds, she might not be ready for the maturity needed if you put her in ahead of where she normally would be. That said, every child is different and some are ready for more challenge earlier. I’ve found that my kids tend to do better, understand material more thoroughly etc, by keeping them on grade level for the most part.

  5. Hi Erica, I bought the Letter of the Week curriculum two years ago, and wanted to use it again, but can’t find it on my computer anymore! My son with autism is always moving stuff around and deleting things by accident. Is it possible to download it again?

    Sara Ojala

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