|First Day at Hoffman Tot Academy!|
My first week at Tot School, I learned the sounds/letters of the Alphabet
|We read the Chicka Chicka Boom Boom book|
from the "Books To Grow On" Alphabet Kit from the King County Library
and then made a coconut tree craft.
|We made it from a toilet paper roll and letter stickers from Dollar Tree|
|Mommy wrote letters on the clothespins and I had to match the uppercase letters |
with the lower case letters using the laminated Alphabet Sheet
|It was tough for me to squeeze the clothes pins and clip them on to the matching letters.|
I got tired of it quickly and went on to something else
|I did the matching grid that Mommy printed off from:|
|That was fun!|
|Learning how to cut with scissors....|
|Another Alphabet puzzle|
Mommy and I sounded out the letters of the Alphabet
as we put the letters in
|Alphabet Treasure Hunt|
Mommy hid letters all over the house for me to find.
Once I found the letter, I used a marker and crossed it off my letter chart!
|Mommy took a metal baking tray and drew letters on it.|
She then gave me alphabet magnets and had me match them up and we made the sounds of each letter as we matched them.
|Huge alphabet floor puzzle!|
Once we put it together, Mommy turned on some music
and we danced on it
|Leap Frog Alphabet game|
There are lots of fun games on this that help me learn
the sounds and letters of the Alphabet
|The Letter Factory is a fun and great DVD when|
it comes to learning the sounds and letters of the Alphabet
|Playing yet learning at the same time|
|Making the V sound|
|Matching the sounds/letters of the Alphabet with pictures|
|During the week while we were running errands Mommy|
played this CD in the car.
I LOVED it.
That concludes my first week of the sounds/letters of the Alphabet!! For free printables and great resources, please visit: http://www.1plus1plus1equals1.com/ or my Mommy's Pinterest Board - Sarah Hoffman, Homeschool