Our last consonant-the letter K! I was hoping it’d be spring time when we got around to it, since our theme is kites; but we got snow instead!
Our first snow of the year…hard to believe it took this long to get snow this winter, but everyone enjoyed it with daddy. (Hubby wouldn’t let mama go out, for fear that I’d fall…a good call by a very loving husband. I’m definitely not in the best shape of my life at 38 weeks pregnant!)
Introduction of K’s sound with my sound tub. Contents: kangaroo, koala, kiss, kazoo, keys, & kettle.
Gotta love the K poke page!
Kite letter do-a-dot: I pulled out one of every capital letter tile, he found the lower case letter kite and dotted it. He LOVES this activity!
I found this idea on Making Learning Fun. I traced kite patterns on colored construction paper (red, yellow, green, & blue) to match our plastic clothespins. I labeled them 0-10, whole punched them at the bottom, and tied a matching piece of yarn. His job: to match the color and the number of clothespins on the yarn…great for fine motor.
Kite Coloring Page-While MBug (at 20 months) has already figured how which hand is her dominate, NJoy (at 3 years, 4 months) still switches back and forth quite often. Here he’s coloring with both hands at the same time!
from Making Learning Fun
K is also for Keys
Counting Keys-a great K manipulative to have!
Key Do-a-dot– (from Letter K Tot School Printables)
Key Shape Tracing-he loved this activity so much that he kept doing it over and over again in different colors of dry erase marker!
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