30
Jan

Letter of the Week- Letter P

Our letter of the week last week was the letter P.  Here are some of the activities we did:

We looked through fliers and found things that started with the letter P and Hailey cut them out.

Hailey colored letter P  word cards, cut the pictures out and then glued them onto index cards.

We do these for every letter.  When it’s all dry I staple it together and make a little book.

I saw a cute P is for Peacock over at No Time for Flashcards.  Hailey used her Do-a-Dot markers to decorate the feathers.

The completed P is for Peacock.

Hailey practiced writing the letter P and circled words that started with P.

We made a piano- Hailey drew some lines on a white piece of paper.

She cut some black strips of paper and glued those on.

The completed P is for piano.

We added the letter P to our Chicka Chicka Boom Boom tree.

Hailey practiced her shapes on this pizza coloring paper.

Then we made a pretend pizza- Hailey painted a paper plate red then added all sorts of toppings.

The finished pizza.

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4 comments on “Letter of the Week- Letter P

  1. Great activities! I just love that Chicka Chicka Boom Boom tree!

  2. I love all your projects and I’m glad that you and Hailey share all your projects again. I will use some of them with my students, who learn English as a third language and all these handcrafts make the whole thing more appealing.

    You can have a look to the projects we have done in my blog. Although it is in Spanish and it is a newborn, I have attached a translator. ;-) (http://tallereseningles.blogspot.com/)

    Sara

  3. I love the pizza you all made…super cute!

  4. Mozi Esmes Mom on said:

    That pizza looks absolutely delicious! :)

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