Here are the fun things we did with Q is for Quilt:
Introduction to Q’s Sound with my sound tub. In it, I have a queen, quarter, piece of quartz, question mark, & a quilt. I pick up each object and say, “This is a /kw/, /kw/, queen,” emphasizing the Q sound at the beginning. Then, I have him do the same thing with each object.
Q Poke Page: he still loves doing this
Upper Case/Lower Case Q Matching: I made this one and was amazed at how well he did with it! You can download it here.
By far, NJoy’s most favorite activity of the week was this Quilt Sticker Book I made for him. He loves to “read” the book to whomever will listen. He even put it on the bookshelf in his room, along with all the other books the boys have. 🙂 You can download a copy here.
Quilt Color By Number: NJoy doesn’t really like to color, but he does seem to enjoy the challenge of a color by number. I still have to sit right beside him and guide him, but he likes it!
We also did a few other Q activities from Erica’s Q is for Quilt unit, but I’m not going to post the pictures as Sir NJoy was in his finest pair of undies. 🙂 Just one of the perks of homeschooling…
At the end of the week, we hung our quilt above the letter Q on NJoy’s Picture Word Wall. To make this quilt, I simply colored Erica’s Q coloring page, laminated it, and hung it up. No need to reinvent the wheel when it’s already been done for you! 🙂
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