Week four of our summer “letter of the week” series, and we covered the letters “G” and “H”.
Last week I had a reader ask, “When do you do these activities with your children?” Honestly, it’s different every week. If the kids are at home during the day we do them during “quiet time” (since they’ve outgrown naps). If the kids go to daycare, we do these activities before dinnertime. Sometimes they wake up and want to do homework first thing in the morning – they’re nerds, just like their mom. So the answer is – every day is different!
LEGO Duplo Alphabet Mats
We are still loving these LEGO Duplo mats – and Lord knows, we have plenty of LEGO Duplos in this house!
American Sign Language Alphabet Mazes
Another week of learning sign language with our ABC magnets. Our summer sign language collage is almost half way done!
Alphabet Art Craftivities
How cute are these?!?! I started using my Silhouette to cut these templates out, and it’s been a HUGE timesaver! (Individual and classroom sets available.)
Spot and Dot Worksheets
Any dabber activity is a fun activity!
“I Spy” Letter Worksheets
More dabber worksheets. Grab your own dabbers here – I promise you won’t regret it!
Color By Letter
Our color-by-letter worksheets turned out super cute again this week!
And…more dabber time! (These are probably my daughter’s favorite activities each week!)
Alphabet Coloring Pages
And another week is in the books! You can view our previous weeks here:
Letters of the Week: A + B
Letters of the Week: C + D
Letters of the Week: E + F
Or you can find all of my Letter of the Week activities here.
Anyone have any fun “G” or “H” activities you recommend? Leave them in the comment section below!