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Letter F activities to help preschoolers learn the alphabet!
Our preschool “curriculum” was super simple and followed the “Letter of the Week” format. For the letter “F” we did activities that related to fairies, frogs, and fireworks. At ages 3 and 5, we spent about 30 minutes to an hour each day doing these formal sit down activities and crafts. The girls spend a lot of time playing together. We also read books, walk the dogs, and spend time with our homeschool group.
Letter F Activities for Preschool
I used the Fairy Printable Pack from 1+1+=1 for our letter F work.
Sorting yellow and pink fairies.
Fairy dot page. I love all the different colors.
Counting correspondence. Despite several explanations, The Bear prefers 1:1 🙂
I love the Animal ABC from Carisa also, but I have found I need to push the girls to finish these. I think there is a stereotype of homeschoolers that the kids just willing do everything asked of them and are perfect little students. Not the case. Don’t get me wrong, my girls are amazing but some days they need a little more motivation than others. Basically, you can’t yell at them “I spent all this time printing these off, now do them!” Ahem. I’m done now.
Harley decorating her F before cutting it out.
The letter F sensory activity was shaving cream fireworks. You put shaving cream on a tray, add glitter and food coloring, and use paint brushes to make a firework design. They didn’t quite turn out how I (or the kids) imagined. They looked at me like I was crazy (as usual) but they dove in anyway. Check out this post for more of our favorite sensory activities.
My little artist Lilly. I adore her 🙂
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