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Hunter is 28 months old.

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We had another fun and busy week at Tot School!

Letter P activities:

(Printables for the letter P are from 1+1+1=1 and Confessions of a Homeschooler.)

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Hunter has been spending a lot more time on his coloring lately.  He really takes his time and then tells me what he is drawing.

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Hunter put together a little letter P puzzle.

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He really likes doing the lacing activities.

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Tracing the letter P with his finger.

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Lining up counting bears on the letter P.

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Hunter used his do-a-dot markers to color the letter P.

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He used water colors to paint the pencil paper.

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P is for Pig.


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I put Velcro dots on some colorful Popsicle sticks and then we practiced making different shapes with them.

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He was very proud of his tower.

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Working on lining up his counting bears.

Sensory bin:

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We only did one sensory bin this week and Hunter loved it!  He requested it several times.  He sat and concentrated on transferring plastic eggs from the bowl to the bin.


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Shape practice

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Hunter has been asking for paper to just color on a lot the last couple of weeks.  Then he sits and works very quietly on making a picture.

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P is for Pizza


Since our letter last week was P, I thought it would be fun for Rich to make one of his delicious pizzas with Hailey.

Hailey spread the sauce.

Added a variety of cheese and spices.

Then ate some of her delicious pizza.

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.

For more fun ideas to do with your preschooler, check these out:

Letter of the Week- Letter P


Our letter of the week this week is the letter P.  Hailey loves princesses- so I thought it would be perfect to make a letter P Princess.

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Here’s what you’ll need: construction paper with the letter P on it, blank construction paper, construction paper for the crown and the face, sequence, glitter, wiggly eyes and glue.

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Glue some sequence onto the P so the princess will have lots of jewels to wear.

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While Hailey was busy gluing the sequence on, I cut out a crown, a mouth and face for the princess.  The yellow D shaped piece will fit inside the P and will be the princesses face.

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Glue the face on, add some eyes, a nose and mouth.

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Glue the crown on and then put some glue onto the crown.  Then sprinkle glitter on the crown and all over the Princess- there is no picture of this step because I was busy making sure the glitter didn’t get all over everything.

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Our finished P Princess.

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