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Welcome to our recap for our Letter A work during our Letter of the Week Curriculum. All these activities are designed for younger learners: tots through kindergarten. Fofo is 5, and The Bear is 3. We had a couple of field trips, a park day, and a play date so our formal sit down work took us about two weeks. A look at our homeschool curriculum here.
First up was our ABC Find it.
The girls love this activity. They match cut-up pictures with the pictures on the board. I also have cards with written out descriptions of the pictures on them. I call those out, and they have to match them up. This activity allows them to practice their listening skills as well as matching, taking turns, letter and word recognition.
They played with the rice once we had exhausted all of our options AKA I couldn’t think of any other matching possibilities.
Lilly is very excited.
Find and dot the letter with a do-a-dot marker
Bear tracing her numbers. The alligator printables came from 1+1+1=1’s Animal ABCs. I adore all these printables and I highly recommend them 🙂
Fofo working on her sight words.
The weather was so nice out so we did some of the work outside, including letter tracing
For the Letter A, we cooked with apples. Click here for the recipe!
Since Papa is a truck driver, they are obsessed with all forms of transportation so we are doing a transportation craft for each letter. A was for airplane. I love these printables from Learn, Create, Love and so do my girls. You simply print them out, the kids color or paint them, cut them out, and glue together. We glue ours onto paper since my kids are so liberal with the glue. I am keeping each one they create and making a transportation book.
There you have it! Our Letter A homeschool work. I hope you found some resources to help you in your homeschool journey.
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