Preschool Letter L

Time for Preschool Letter L. We cut this week’s learning down to only 2 days and here is a peek at what we did! (Throughout this post, click the photos to download the free printables. Click the linked words to take you to my TpT store where you can purchase the complete packet.)

As always, we started with our Alphabet Play Dough Mats. We talked about the strokes needed to form the letter L and then we talked about the similarities and differences between lower case l and the number 1 and even lower case i.

Then Filip completed a Letter Find practice page using dot paints.

Filip also used dot paints for the Letter Maze.

He also did a Beginning Sounds activity and, since he’s not very fond of coloring, I suggested he use some stamps to change things up a bit.

Next, we brought out our Beginning Sounds Scoops.

Then Filip did the beginning sounds cut and paste activity.

We  used small sticker gems to complete this page from 1plus1plus1plus1equals1.

We also worked on our number for the week: 4

And he did a cut and paste number activity:

We started Day 2 with out Word Slider cards. (If you were waiting for the complete unit, the word slider cards are now available in my TpT store here!)

Then we used our CVC words builders to make beginning L words.

Once completed, Filip read the words to me.

Filip also did a Number 4 maze.

And a number 4 concepts worksheet.

We finished our Preschool Letter L with this cute craft.

L is for ladybug and l is for lighthouse. We get most of our inspirations for these crafts from my ABC Craft Pinterest board. Check it out for some more alphabet craft ideas!

Before I finish this post, I just HAVE to share with you a major accomplishment! 😀 We went to the snow on the weekend and while hubby was busy taking photos of the kids…

In My World at the Snow

… my sister-in-law and I built this somewhat depressed looking snowman! Well, hubby and the kids helped, but it was mostly Naomi and I. And it was pretty big! People were impressed by the snowman that they lined up to take photos after we left. 

In My World at the Snow

Anyhow, if you’d like the freebies featured in this blog post, you can get them by clicking on the picture below.  Please note: this freebie pack DOES NOT include freebies linked to my online store/s.

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6 thoughts on “Preschool Letter L”

  1. We attempted to make a snowman last winter and we failed! So I understand how very proud you are of your HUGE snowman!

  2. I love the cvc word cards that he is putting the letters on!! Do you happen to have a page for each letter of the alphabet??

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