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Learning Time – The Letter Z

We have reached the end of the alphabet!  When we finish this week, we are going to take a break for a week or two and then we will review and work on some new concepts until the end of the school year!

Monday

  1. Color the letter Z.
  2. Trace the letter Z.
  3. Find the hidden picture.

Tuesday

  1. Read If I Ran the Zoo by Dr. Seuss.
  2. Take a trip to the zoo.  We are going to bring a sketchbook and draw some pictures of the animals!

Wednesday

  1. Read How the Zebra Got Its Stripes.
  2. Paper bag zebra

Thursday and Friday

Review the entire alphabet!

Learning Time – The Letter Y

Only two more letters!  This week we are looking at the letter Y.  If you have a great activity for the letter Y, leave us a comment!

Monday

  1. Color the letter Y.
  2. Trace the letter Y.
  3. Find the hidden picture.

Tuesday

  1. Read See the Yak Yak.
  2. Yak Craft

Wednesday

  1. Read Little Blue and Little Yellowby Leo Lionni.
  2. Create a collage of yellow things using magazine pictures.
  3. Go on a walk and find yellow things in nature.

Thursday

  1. Yarn craft

Friday

  1. Review the rest of the letters.

Learning Time – The Letter X

This week we are looking at the letter X.  If you know a family friendly activity for the letter X, leave us a note in the comment section!

Monday

  1. Color the letter x.
  2. Trace the letter x.
  3. Find the hidden picture.

Tuesday

  1. Read Fox in Socks by Dr. Seuss.
  2. Practice rhyming words.
  3. Fox toilet paper tube craft

Wednesday

  1. Read Jessica’s Xray
  2. Make an xray.

Thursday and Friday – Review the other letters!

Learning Time – Letter W

This week we are looking at the letter W.  I can’t believe we have almost made it through the entire alphabet.  When I first started this, I wasn’t sure if we would finish by the time the school was over because of the breaks we have taken but here we are!

Monday

  1. Color the letter W.
  2. Trace the letter W.
  3. Find the hidden image.

Tuesday

  1. Read One Watermelon Seed, Watermelon Wishes or Frankie and her Pals Save the Watermelon.
  2. Eat watermelon for snack (we bought the sweetest seedless watermelon at Publix the other day! YUM!)
  3. Watermelon coloring page
  4. Watermelon craft

Wednesday

  1. Read The Snail and the Whale.
  2. Color the whale pages.
  3. Buy whale crakers and practice counting. 

Thursday

  1. Read Dora’s Magic Wand.
  2. Make a magic wand.

We are taking Friday off for other activities (and because there is only so much out there for the letter W!).  If you have any activity suggestions for the letter W, leave us a comment!

Learning Time – Letter V

This week we are going to spend some time on the letter V and then also do a few St. Patrick’s Day activities!

Monday

  1. Color the letter V.
  2. Trace the letter V.
  3. Find the hidden picture.

Tuesday

  1. Read The Ugly Vegetables by Grace Lin.
  2. Color the vegetable sheet.
  3. Have a vegetable tasting party!  Cut up veggies of all different colors, shapes, textures and have a taste test!

Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

St. Patrick’s Day activities

  1. Read books about St. Patrick’s Day.
  2. St. Patrick’s coloring pages
  3. Rainbow Handprint
  4. Kissed Blarney Stone
  5. Leprechaun Trap
  6. Clover Cookies
  7. Rainbow Cupcakes

Learning Time – The Letter U

I can’t believe we are almost through the alphabet!  This week we are looking at the letter U!  If you know of a great activity for the letter U, leave us a comment!

Monday

  1. Color the letter U.
  2. Trace the letter U.

Tuesday

  1. Read A Great Day for Up by Dr. Seuss.
  2. Watch Up. Little S has been asking to watch Up, so we will today!

Wednesday

  1. Read The Umbrella by Taro Yashima 
  2. Color an Umbrella page.
  3. Umbrella craft

Thursday

  1. Head to the library for a book on unicorns.  Little S is fascinated with unicorns right now!
  2. If you have an idea for a unicorn craft, please let me know!

Friday

  1. Review letters A-U.

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

“Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” ~Dr. Seuss

In honor of the birthday of Dr. Seuss and Read Across America Day, here are some craft ideas.

Visit the Dr. Seuss website for games, video, coloring sheets, information about the stories and much more.

Happy birthday, Dr. Seuss!

Learning Time – The Letter T

This week we are going to look at the letter T!  If you have any preschool friendly activities to reinforce the letter T, leave us a note!

Monday

  1. Color the letter T.
  2. Trace the letter T.
  3. Find the hidden image.

Tuesday

  1. Color by number teeth coloring page
  2. Importance of brushing teeth activity
  3. Go to the store and get new toothbrush and toothpaste!

Wednesday

  1. Read The Great Tulip Trade by Beth Wagner Brust.
  2. Make eggshell/egg carton tulips.

Thursday

  1. Read Biscuit and the Teddy Bear.
  2. Color the teddy bears.

Friday

  1. Read a book about trains.
  2. Alphabet reinforcement with the alphabet train worksheets
  3. Train craft: candy train craft; tin can train craft; toilet paper tube/paper train craft

Learning Time – The Letter S

This week we are going to look at the letter S!  If you have any preschool friendly activities to reinforce the letter S, leave us a note!

Monday

  1. Color the Letter S.
  2. Trace the Letter S.
  3. Color the hidden image.

Tuesday

  1. Read Verdi by Janelle Canon (this book is a favorite around our house!)
  2. Color by Numbers Snake picture
  3. Make this snake out of one of dad’s old ties!

Wednesday

  1. Read The Seashore Book by Charlotte Zolotow (or a book about oceans/seashore).
  2. Make a sand painting.
  3. Take advantage of this weather and head to the beach to look for seashells.

Thursday

  1. Read The Little Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawberry, and The Big Hungry Bear by Audrey and Don Wood.
  2. Head to a grocery store to pick up some strawberries to make a sweet treat at home!

Friday

  1. Read The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle.
  2. Complete the spider maze.
  3. Color and make the My Itsy Bitsy Spider booklet.

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