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Preschool- Letter H



Our focus letter during preschool has been the letter H. Here are some of things Hunter did:


Hunter glued hearts onto the letter H.


He made an H door knob hanger and hung it up on his bedroom door.


Hunter used Do-a-Dot markers to decorate the letter H.


He painted an H paper while he wore his H crown.


I helped him make a letter H using playdough.


He had a lot of fun making a house.


H is for house.  (He insisted on putting an H at the end of word house too.)


Hunter showed Harper his H wand.


He stamped the letter H onto some paper using paint.


Hunter used a paint roller to paint this letter H…


…then he cut out some hippos (with help)…


…then he glued the hippos onto the H.

(All letter H printables are from Confessions of a Homeschooler, 1+1+1=1, and Enchanted Homeschooling Mom.)


Since Haystacks starts with H, Hunter and I made some delicious haystacks.

Other fun activities:


Working on a puzzle


Playing ABC Mouse with Hailey


Using his pegs


Coloring on his white board


As I called out a shape, Hunter put a Ninja Turtle sticker on the shape I said.


Playing with his Farmland Math set.

It was another 2 weeks of fun in preschool!

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Hunter is 23 months and 364 days (he’ll be 2 tomorrow, sniff sniff)

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We had a great time at Tot School!!  Hunter learned about the letter H, owls and gingerbread men.

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Hailey does the calendar every morning with Hunter.  She is such a good little teacher and Hunter loves it when she works with him!

Hunter loves the printables from Royal Baloo.  Here he is using several of them for the letter H:

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Hunter really enjoyed this mini book about helicopters.

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Hunter worked on coloring a helicopter

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Pointing out the letter H

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Gluing helicopters onto an H.

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Hunter also made an H for house.

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We added a wreath above the door since it’s Christmas time :-)

Hailey has been learning all about owls in science, so Hunter has been joining in and doing some owl activities too.  Several of the ideas are from an owl unit by Deanna Jump.

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Hunter made this cute little owl.

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He really enjoyed this owl poem and loved pointing and saying parts of the poem.

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He spent a lot of time looking at this cute little owl book.

I have been doing a Gingerbread Man unit with Hailey in language arts, so of course Hunter wanted to do everything she was doing too.

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He worked hard on his coloring.

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Putting together a gingerbread house.

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Hunter’s completed gingerbread house.

I think we have read every version of the Gingerbread Man that there is :-)   It was a lot of fun and I have really enjoyed the stories.

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After we read “The Gingerbread Cowboy,” Hunter made a candy cane cactus.

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The finished cactus hanging up on the tree in our classroom.

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Hunter colored this after we read “Gingerbread Baby” and “Gingerbread Friends.”

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We made this to go along with “Gingerbread Man Loose in the School.”

It was a fun week!!  One more week and then we’ll be on Christmas vacation- I can’t wait!!

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Letter of the Week- Review


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.

Apple Print A

Bumble Bee B

Cotton Ball C

Dragon D

Elephant E

Feather F

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Glittery Green G

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Heart Filled H

Letter of the Week- Letter H


Our letter last week was the letter H- here are some of the things we did:

Hailey made this H is for House from Totally Tots.

She also made this H is for Horse using her handprints.

Hailey loves these letter hunts from Confessions of a Homeschooler.

Do-a-Dot letter H page from Confessions of a Homeschooler.

Reading her Letter H book- we have vocabulary pictures that she colors, cuts out and then glues to index cards.  I turn each one into a letter book.

Definitely one of Hailey’s favorite things to do- play on Starfall.

This has the letters on it we have done so far with RRSP.  To review the sounds we sing this song to the tune of “Do You Know the Muffin Man?”
Oh do you see the letter [I]
the letter [I]
the letter [I]
Oh do you see the letter [I]
it says [iii iii iii]

Oh yes I see the letter [I]
the letter [I]
the letter [I]
Oh yes I see the letter [I]
it says [iii iii iii]

Doing a maze in her princess workbook following the letter Hh.

Here are some of the things we did from RRSP:

Showing off her verse that she colored.

Putting her vocabulary words into the baseball card sheet protector.

Practicing writing Hh.

Color by number for her sight word of the week (and).


Gluing her shape parents to go along with her verse.


Practicing writing her sight word in her Sight Words book.

Working on her Clothespin ABCs where she has to match the capital and lowercase letters (using the printable from 1+1+1=1).

Doing an activity for the number 7 (the number of the week) in a Disney book.

Counting How Many (from 1+1+1=1) and putting the clothespin on the correct number.

Our theme last week was horses (at Hailey’s request) and we spent all week doing horse activities and reading horse books.  On Saturday we went to a small maple farm and they were giving pony rides.

The perfect way to end our letter H/horse theme week!

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