Archive for the ‘Letter K’ Category
Our letter last week was the letter K. Here are some of the activities we did with the letter K:
Hailey made a K is for Kangaroo that I saw on Totally Tots.
Using the Hershey Kiss she made for Valentine’s Day, Hailey did a K is for Kiss.
I started using Raising Rock Stars Preschool curriculum a few weeks ago and Hailey has been doing great with it! Here are some of our RRSP activities for the letter K.
We start our week out with the memory verse. Hailey enjoyed coloring it.
Hailey cut out her letter K vocabulary words.
This was the first week we used the power point part of RRSP and Hailey loved it!! Here she is pointing to her sight word for the week- “your.”
Hailey practicing writing her the letter K.
Hailey working on her craft to go along with her verse.
Other things we did:
Hailey enjoyed her playdough mat using a printable from Homeschool Creations.
She did the letter K activities on Starfall.
Hailey colored and cut out letter K vocabulary words and turned them into a letter K book.
And here is a little math work in one of her Disney workbooks.
Last week our letter of the week was K.
I found tons of great downloads on Confessions of a Homeschooler- there is one of these for every letter and since Hailey loves using her Do-a-Dot Markers I thought we should give this a try for the letter K.
Hailey decorated the Letter K template using tissue paper.
For our Alphabet book Hailey made a kite.
The completed K is for Kite page for Hailey’s book.
Sorry that we went missing for a few days. If you read Livin’ With Me then you know that we are preparing to put our house up for sale and we have just been really busy. But I really need to work on doing at least a daily craft with Hailey because she needs her routine and loves doing crafts. So, we are back!
This week we are focusing on the letter K and we made a King K. Like many of our letter of the week art activities, I found this idea at No Time for Flashcards.
Here’s what you’ll need: a large letter K on construction paper, two other pieces of construction paper, colored pencils, some sequins, glitter and (not pictured) glue.
Color the letter K.
Add a crown to your K.
Decorate your King K. We added sequins and glitter.
The finished King K.