It’s time for our Reading the Alphabet Letter L lesson from our free preschool curriculum, Reading the Alphabet.
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Reading the Alphabet Letter L
We had sort of a rough week last week at home. This super tired mama just needed a break, so we didn’t get to every activity within the pack.
NJoy did a lot of playing with our Letter L manipulatives, which he didn’t complain about one bit. 😉
Here are a few shots of some of the activities we did do together:
One of his favorites this week was the 20 Grid with the letter L…placing LEGOS on each square as he rolled his die.
He has recently found a love for coloring and asked me to print off a black and white copy of the L Book for him (after I’d already printed off the color one).
After working with ALuv, I found him coloring…I was impressed to say the least! If you can’t tell, he’s trying to color match as he colors. This, from a child who, a year ago would only color if I bribed him!
And again, he enjoyed all of his pages that I inserted into his Handwriting Notebook, including this L is for Lion Tracing page.
I had to include this shot of MBug at 2.5 years. She looks so old! 🙁 Within the last month or so, I am beginning to see her transition into a little girl, leaving the baby behind. MBug likes to also do the work that I prepare for NJoy, with modifications.
As we work through our letters, I’m also focusing on a book/print awareness skill. We discussed lower case letters as we read together to review the letter L.
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Hi, Thanks so much for these! My LO and students love working through these. Just wanted to let you know there was no B/W L book in the zip file.
Thanks for all your hard work complying these wonderful resources!