This particular week was a light week of school. We had several pre-scheduled events that kind of took over and school for NJoy was bumped down a little on the priority list. But here are the D activities we were able to squeeze in. 🙂
This one is from Carisa’s D Tot School Printables
My wonderful and very talented husband made a special wooden holder for all my big books in the attic. Now I’m able to find what I want when I need it. Yay! So I pulled out two big books for the letter D.
While organizing the attic, I also came across some more file folder games I’d already made and a lot of the “teacher books” I have been wondering about for quite some time. 🙂 This ABC game matches upper to lower case and is from a Kindergarten-leveled file folder game book made by Carson-Dellosa. I can’t find the exact one I have, but here’s a list of other ones they have.
In lieu of a craft for the letter D, I set up some dried beans and let the boy play with some vehicles, especially with his dump truck (trying to emphasize the /d/ sound at the beginning of dump truck). This was a hard thing for me to let NJoy, who has endless amounts of energy and likes to make messes, do. I had to set up one clear rule beforehand: the beans stay IN the cookie tray or they get put away immediately upon removal.
We hung this picture above the D on his Word Wall. This picture is smaller version (I hand drew) of the dinosaur on the Dino Coloring Page in Erica’s D printables.
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