Archive for the ‘Letter B’ Category
Hunter is 21.5 months old.
This week at Tot School we focused on the color orange, the letter B and fall.
Hunter loved playing with the orange playdough. He used a little knife to cut it and some letters to stamp it. Mostly he just wanted to carry it around all day in his hands.
He colored in his calendar notebook using an orange dry erase marker (his pages are in page protectors).
He made a Bumble Bee letter B, like the Bumble Bee B that Hailey made when she was a toddler.
Completed Bumble Bee B.
Hunter stamping the “B for Bus” using the printables from the Zoomin Movin Alphabet.
Gluing buses onto the letter B, also from the Zoomin Movin Alphabet.
I am using Road Trip USA for Hailey, and Hunter enjoys doing it too. He was finding the fish on our USA Animals wall.
He also helped Hailey paint the water for a bridge project she was making.
Hunter colored a tree for a fall tree craft that we made.
Stop by 1+1+1=1 to see what the other tots were up to this week.
Our letter that we focused on last week was the letter B.
We started the week out by painting the letter B blue.
I found a cute B is for Bumble Bee craft over at Homeschool Creations.
Our finished Bb is for Bumble Bee. We used construction paper for his body and head. Hailey cut out the stripes to go on the body. His wings are made from wax paper. To decorate his head we added some yarn for the antennas and some google eyes.
We also made this “B is for Bandaid Butterflies” paper that I saw over at Homeschool Creations.
Our finished B is for Bandaid Butterfly.
Each week I made 4 index cards with some words to go with our letter of the week. Hailey is practicing her letter B words.
This week we are reviewing letters E, F, G and H. So I don’t have a new letter to share. Instead I am going to share the activities we have done for all of the letters so far. I will include links to the original posts. Many of our letter of the week crafts come from No Time for Flashcards.
Last week we reviewed the letters A-D. Here is a look at some of the activities we did to reinforce the letters.
We used our letter cookie cutters and cut out the letters A-D.
Hailey sorted the letters A-D.
We started putting together Hailey’s book of ABC’s using the letter projects we did during the week we focused on that letter.
For each letter, Hailey glued the letter template that she has decorated onto construction paper and then put it into a page protector. Then she also added her letter project. When we finish the whole alphabet I think we’ll have a pretty cute book!