Saturday, March 14, 2015

Preschool Week 9- Letter F

Letter F week was full of fun! See that alliteration I did there? 

It really was, though. I found a website that has a TON of themed printables.  I mean, each theme has 30-50 pages! And they are varied by ages too.  I printed out the Farm printable pack for Tanner's age range.  I laminated most of it, so I can reuse it for future use. 

This prewriting practice sheet was actually from G week, but he really enjoyed the difficulty of it, so I carried it over into F week. 

He was pretty excited that he finished them all so fast.

Using the tongs to grab the fish.  A favorite this week, obviously, because he loves this snack.

My mom sent butterfly and frog life cycle figurines the week prior, and it was perfect timing! He put the figures in order and then used them to reference back on his paperwork life cycle.

We traced his feet and then hopped around like a frog from footprints to footprints.

This boy LOVES water play.  I'm trying to get him out of the habit of playing in the sink, so I filled one of his quiet boxes with water and food coloring, and threw some foam "lily pads" and plastic frogs. Perfect activity for a cold snowy day.

More prewriting.


I'm actually pretty impressed with how he counts.  He counts left to right, like he is reading.  

His first time playing the matching game.  He was pretty intrigued with it.

Sorting dirty and clean farm animals.

Plans loosely based off of Angela Thayer's The Preschool Journey, and 3 Dinosaurs.

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