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Share Tweet + 1 Mail This week in our homeschool Pre-K/ Preschool: Jasmine, who btw will be 3 YEARS OLD this coming Tuesday, matched ...

Homeschool Preschool Wrap-up

Share Tweet + 1 Mail This week in our homeschool Pre-K/ Preschool: Jasmine, who btw will be 3 YEARS OLD this coming Tuesday, matched ...

Today, I’m so excited to continue my 4-Part Series of Teaching the Alphabet with 101 Alphabet Activities and Printables for this School Year! Readers ask me for ideas on a continuous basis for teaching letters and their sounds, so here you go! {Be sure to check out a special announcement at the very end of this post!} …

101 Alphabet Activities and Printables

Today, I’m so excited to continue my 4-Part Series of Teaching the Alphabet with 101 Alphabet Activities and Printables for this School Year! Readers ask me for ideas on a continuous basis for teaching letters and their sounds, so here you go! {Be sure to check out a special announcement at the very end of this post!} …

Name Puzzle - great for teaching kids how to spell their name. Many of my 2nd graders don't know how to spell their last names.

Name Puzzle - great for teaching kids how to spell their name. Many of my 2nd graders don't know how to spell their last names.

Q-tip Painting to practice writing letters...and numbers. I'd photocopy the Handwriting Without Tears book and their alphabet if that's the writing program used in your school district or whatever program they use if they use one in yours so you can directly connect the two to administration.

Q-tip Painting to practice writing letters...and numbers. I'd photocopy the Handwriting Without Tears book and their alphabet if that's the writing program used in your school district or whatever program they use if they use one in yours so you can directly connect the two to administration.

This is a cute matching game so students can recognize the difference between upper case and lower case letters. This aligns with the Common Core Language Arts standard K.RFS.1 Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print. d. Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.

This is a cute matching game so students can recognize the difference between upper case and lower case letters. This aligns with the Common Core Language Arts standard K.RFS.1 Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print. d. Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.

Sensory gel writing. Fill a snap-lock bag with a bit of hair gel and some food coloring and mix together. Such a fun way to get your kiddos to write!

Preschool Letter G

Sensory gel writing. Fill a snap-lock bag with a bit of hair gel and some food coloring and mix together. Such a fun way to get your kiddos to write!

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