Archive for the ‘Letter Q’ Category
Hunter is 28 months old.
Letter Q Activities:
Hunter colored his Q paper.
Hunter used colored pencils to color the quilt.
He stamped the letter Q onto the queen paper. (He kept asking where the boy was to go with the queen.)
He filled up the letter Q with sequence.
Hunter loves using his do-a-dot markers.
We made a Q is for queen. When he finished making the queen he asked if we could make a boy for her.
Hunter had a bin of buttons this week. He spent a while looking over all over the buttons.
He also had a bin with bottle caps.
I put some shampoo in a ziploc bag and Hunter enjoyed playing with it.
Playing a matching game with a quilt.
Some shape practice. Hunter really surprised me and wanted to do this activity several times.
ABC puzzle with some help from Hailey.
Hailey read “No, David” to Hunter.
Hunter wanted to color a picture of a boy to go with the Q for queen we made. He thought for sure she needed to have someone.
Hunter’s Lego people did some traveling around the world.
Stop by 1+1+1=1 to see what the other tots were up to this week.
This week our letter was the letter Q. I thought a Queen would be really cute, but since we just made a P for Princess last week I thought we should do something else. So, we made a Quilt.
Here’s what you’ll need: construction paper with a Q on it, glue, squares of construction paper in various colors, another piece of construction paper.
Put glue all over the Q.
Glue the squares all over the Q. This is a great time to also talk about colors and the square shape of the papers.
After the entire paper was covered in the squares I cut out the Q. The reason I did it on yellow paper was so that I would be able to see the black lines through the back of the paper. So be sure to use a light colored piece of paper.
Q is for Quilt.