Preschool Letter H

I decided to try something new for our Preschool Letter H. Instead of a beginning sounds basket, I used some of our beginning H vocabulary cards and covered the words at the top with play dough.

Filip’s job was to say the name of each picture and figure out the beginning sound.

He then took the play dough off and checked to see whether he got the beginning sound right. He made a remarkable discovery that all the pictures started with the H sound πŸ™‚

We took out our H Alphabet Play Dough Mat and Filip started by finger-tracing the letter to learn the path of motion for letter formation.

Then he used some play dough to form the letter.

We got out our dot paints and Filip did a Letter Find worksheet. This is always a favorite and he is super thorough, checking each letter before stating, “Finished! Can you see any other ones?”

We continue to enjoy our lowercase letter formation practice sheets from The Measured Mom.

We recently came across this fun worksheet from Mariela Santillana (check it out here) and HAD to have it; my little man loves cutting and pasting and this was perfect for him!

Then we read our letter h CVC word slider cards.This is by far his favorite “game”. Here he was sounding out, “H…a…m…” and then peeked inside the envelope to see the picture and happily announced, “Turkey! H-a-m – turkey!” This is why peeking is not allowed!!

Letter H CVC picture puzzles. We attached magnets to the back of these so that they are easier for Filip to arrange.

Then we moved on to our CVC word building activity. I placed the letter tiles in 3 columns (beginning, middle and ending sounds) to make it easier for him to find the sounds. Just letting you know that Filip does not do this activity independently; I say the word for each picture,emphasizing each sounds. Filip then identifies the sound heard, finds the letter tile and places it in the correct spot.

We started Day 2 by tracing over our letter H playdough mats with a white board marker.

We used our pin board to make the letter H. (If you’re from Australia and are keen to get a push pin set (also called Mosaic Pins), they are available at K’Mart. ) I wrote the letter H on the board…

…and Filip pushed the pins in being careful to follow the letter formation he learned from the playdough mat.

Happy little boy!

Here is a pre-writing practice page by From the Pond.

OurΒ Preschool Letter H Number Puzzle.

We read our word slider cards again. Here’s a little “trick” I discovered: put all the word slider cards inside the envelope before beginning. That way, you don’t have to keep swapping them over πŸ™‚

We started Day 3 by revising beginning sounds E, F, G and H using our beginning sounds scoops.

And did the follow up cut and paste activity. Can you tell which pictures I colored? πŸ™‚

Filip used some glitter pens to doΒ And then aΒ Q-Tip Letter H page from 1plus1plus1equals1.

He then did a CVC cut and paste worksheet. Here he is tracing the words, sounding out each letter as he goes:


We finished our Preschool Letter H with a craft.

H is for house and H is for horse. As you can probably tell, neither of us are fantastic artists, but we sure enjoy our “school time” together!

I’d like to finish with a GIVEAWAY for my Alphabet Beginning Sounds Scoops to 5 lucky people!!

To enter, leave a comment and a contact e-mail! I will announce the winners on Facebook and directly to the e-mail specified!


77 thoughts on “Preschool Letter H”

    1. I love how the activities are hands on, fun and engaging. Activities like that help the student to learn. I have 40 PreK students and would love to use these activities.

  1. I would love this. I love your products and use a lot of them. In fact, I just bought the alphabet flip books. I would love, love, love to have these to go with my collection. Thanks for the chance.

  2. Elizabeth LaFreniere

    You are my favorite on Teacher pay Teachers. I would love
    something like this for my daughter.

  3. Shannon Rahming

    This is really cool. I really loved how u had Filip figure out the sound the beginning sound. These Beginning Sound Scoops are great! These would be a prefect addition to learning the alphabet!

  4. Filip is so cute! Love his smile! The beginning sounds scoops would be fun for my 3-year old who loves ice cream!

  5. Beginning Sound Scoops has been in my son’s wish list for awhile. Thanks for the chance to win it!

  6. Love the beginning sounds scoops and the letter puzzles. I have just printed the letter puzzles for my Mr 3 this morning.

  7. Each activity is child focused in that it is meaningful learning, open for creativity, and fun. As an organized educator, I value the simplicity of these activities because expectations and routines can easily be established yet modified for various letters. My students have shown positive growth from using your materials and ideas within my Kindergarten classroom. Thank you!

  8. Great post of ideas for learning about the letter Hh which an e applied to all letters!! Thank you! I will start following your blog for more teaching ideas for little ones! I’d love to win your “Beginning a Sounds Scoops”!!

  9. Kathryn Spradlin

    As with all of your resources – your “scoops” look amazing! P.S. Your son, Filip, looks so engaged in his activities – LOVE it!

  10. Brandi Barnett

    I just love all of your ideas!! I have got to find myself the plastic canvas and push pins. Those are so cool!

  11. Spent lots if time on TpT last night saving all of your wonderful activities to my wish list πŸ™‚ Love this beg sound sort with ice cream cones…perfect my ice cream loving kiddos!

  12. That push pin activity looks like so much fun! Winning this packet will give me an excuse to get lots more fun supplies, like bingo markers, push pins…… And can I just mention that your little boy is SOOO handsome?!

  13. Your work is so fun and vibrant! I use your products with my speech students ages pre-k through second grade. They love the activities and fun, motivating ways of learning to communicate!

  14. Hey! I’m a rising senior studying elementary education at North Carolina State University. I’m hoping to teach kindergarten when I graduate next year and have started collecting things for my classroom! You’re beginning sounds scoop activity and booklet looks awesome and I would love one to add to my future classroom resources! Thanks!

  15. I LOVE the Beginning Sounds Scoop. I’ve done something similar for the felt board using numbers and colors for patterns in my PreK class. This would help me extend the activity to include literacy!

  16. I absolutely adore your shop on TPT. My daughters would enjoy the alphabet beginning sounds scoops in their homeschooling curriculum. They love ice cream, so what better way to enhance their learning with a bit of fun! Thank you for your time and talent πŸ™‚ I visit your website often to find more ideas to teach my girls. Thank you!

  17. I would love to find our own plastic pin board & pins. Any idea where I can find them or what exactly they’re called? Thanks.

      1. Do the dry-erase markers wipe right off the pin board with the mosaic pins set? I’d love to do that activity with my son, but I want to make sure it comes clean easily.

  18. My son had so much fun while doing the beginning sound scoops. Your product makes learning so fun! Thank you!

  19. Have just started homeschooling , and found your website through pinterest… i love the way you layout each activity you do with your son.. thank you this really helps as I am trying to do the same with my little one love all your ideas…. Tina (Zimbabwe)

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  27. I know this is an old post, but can you buy those push pins or mosaic pins with the grid on Amazon? If so, what would it be called?

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