And here we are: Preschool Letter F; almost one quarter of the way into the alphabet and we are loving every bit of it! We skipped our beginning sounds basket again and started with our Alphabet Play Dough Mat. I’m loving the fact that Filip has already grasped the concept that letter formation starts from the […]
We started out Preschool Letter of the Week E with an alphabet pinwheel. I would have liked to start with our beginning sounds basket, but all I could find in our house were eggs and envelopes…. and I wasn’t sure whether filling a frail basket with some eggs for a preschooler to handle would have
Preschool Letter D was a tricky one for us! We started out just great, but on day 2, Filip noticed it; yep, he realised that letter b and letter d “look the same”, as he put it. But, before I get on to talking about that, let’s start with Day 1 and what we did!
It’s our third week into our Preschool Letter of the Week and Filip is now quite familiar with the activities and worksheets we do. I like that he is able to do some of the activities independently, and I’m sure he likes that fact that I don’t have to explain too much anymore 🙂 However,
We started letter Bb with with our Alphabet Play Dough Mats, which Filip absolutely loves. We finger traced a couple of times as he had trouble forming the lowercase b, and then he used some different colored whiteboard markers to trace each letter. He has a fascination with the whiteboard eraser and loves to “wipe off”
Allow me to begin by telling you how EXCITED my little man was this week! He L-O-V-E-D doing “school work” (worksheets) and “crafts”, this is, anything involving glue!! He thoroughly enjoyed all the activities and that left me feeling like one happy mummy. Having said that, my explanations were too long, according to him. Filip