Letter of the Week Series: Letters C+D

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We finished our “C” and “D” letter of the week activities – and once again, we had a great time learning and playing! We didn’t deviate much from our first week (you can read about it here). There are eight activities total, and here they are in no particular order…

LEGO Duplo Alphabet Mats

I love these because I just print, grab our LEGO Duplos and go!

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Find them here: LEGO Duplo Alphabet Mats at 123Homeschool4Me.com.

American Sign Language Alphabet Mazes

My son cannot get enough of these mazes. And he’s LOVING learning the basics of American Sign Language. (Once again we used our ABC magnets for practice.)

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Find them here: ASL Alphabet Mazes at Brainy Maze.

Alphabet Art Craftivities

This week we made a Caterpillar and a Dog. My daughter thought the dog was the “most beautiful puppy ever”, which made me smile!

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Find them here: “C” for Caterpillar and “D” for Dog.

Spot and Dot Worksheets

My children’s favorite time – DABBER time!! I just hand over the dabbers and away they go! (We bought our dabbers here.)

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Find them here: Spot and Dot Worksheets by From ABCs to ACTs.

“I Spy” Letter Worksheets

Another great activity to use dabbers for! My son adores these “I Spy” worksheets!

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Find them here: “I Spy” Worksheets by Teaching Products.

Color By Letter

My daughter loves finding the letters and assigning colors on these worksheets, but she gets frustrated when she can’t stay in the lines. So she gets to boss me around tell me where to color – and I reluctantly gladly help her out.

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Find them here: Find & Color Worksheets at A Teachable Teacher.

Alphabet Find

One more dabber activity! My preschoolers can’t get enough of these worksheets!

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Find them here: Alphabet Dab A-Z Worksheets from Teaching RichaRichi.

Alphabet Coloring Pages

We always end our week with these great coloring pages. I let my children decide which supplies they want to use (our favorites are these crayons, markers, colored pencils, and dabbers). They really enjoy having creative freedom and I am happy to let them create!

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Find them here: Alphabet Coloring Pages from Life Over C’s.
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Find them here: Alphabet Scrappy Coloring Pages from From the Pond.

And that was our week! You can find all of my Letter of the Week activities here. If you missed last week’s post, you can find it here: Letter of the Week Series: Letters A + B.

Are your children working on any fun projects over the summer? If so, I’d love to hear about it – share below in the comment section!

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One Comment

  1. Thanks for the recommendations! I’ll be adding a few of these to our preschool curriculum 🙂