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Welcome to our Letter of the Week Roundup!
The Letter of the Week posts have been incredibly successful and I thought putting them in a, easy to find, single post, would help you all tremendously. We would like to thank all of you for your continued support over the last 10 years. We greatly appreciate it.
We used many of the Letter of the Week resources listed in the roundup below over the years with Koko, Fifi and Pixie. These are great to use when introducing the alphabet to your children. I sincerely hope you get as much joy out of this that we did.
What’s in the Pack?
Do A Dot Letter Pages (Upper and Lowercase)
Count the Letters
Dot the Beginning Sound
Upper and Lowercase Do a Dot Letter Pages with Clipart
Do A Dot Pages with Clipart
Dot the Letter to Make the Letter (Upper and Lower)
Graph and Dot
Prewriting Letter Dotting
Koalas and Kangaroos make for excellent sensory play and flying a kite is great for movement. Your preschooler will love all the fun activities we have planned for the Preschool Alphabet Letter K this week and I think caretakers and moms will too! My son loved cutting and counting kites, and lacing up a Kayak.
We love our letter books! My Three sits on the couch while I read book after book, and my One sits on the floor listening with wide eyes (when he’s not doing something else, that is :)). Here’s a collection of rhymes for letter K.
When I shared with Peanut that this week’s letter was going to be the letter K I asked her what she would like K to stand for. Her immediate answer: “Kangaroo!” As luck would have it I couldn’t find any Kangaroo printables so this week I have LOTS of kangaroo printables to share. So now, if any of you decide to do a kangaroo unit, I’ve got you covered. Enjoy!