We love finding interesting ways to create each letter of the alphabet. Check out the fun ways we found to make letter G!
I printed a giant block letter, and my Four filled it with packages of gum. It’s always great when we can fill in the letter with something that begins with its sound. Get your own giant letter by clicking HERE.
After I helped him see which way to begin, my Four was able to create this G out of glass gems.
We checked the refrigerator and found a few grapes left in the package.
Another idea is to bend a green pipe cleaner into the shape of the letter G.
While my husband was grinding grain so I could make the week’s loaves, I poured some onto a baking tray. My Five wrote with his finger.
This level one handwriting page was perfect for my Four. Get your own copy at this link.
My Five, who will be attending kindergarten this fall, completed this level two page, which you can find here.
Finally, my Five finished this level three page. Get your own by clicking here. You’ll notice that the page printed funny. I figured out that you need to download the document to your computer and THEN open it and print to get all the lines to show up. Wish I were techie enough to understand why ;).
Alphabet Curriculum for Preschool
Our curriculum includes lessons for teaching both upper and lowercase letter names and sounds. You’ll get three lessons per letter, built-in review, simple handwriting practice, rhyming, syllable counting, phonemic awareness, and a whole lot more!
I just have to comment. Somehow my searches always lead to your sight. Wonderful ideas! Thank you for sharing.
You’re welcome, Wendy!
Thank you so much for all the great activities that you’ve put on your website! I’ve been doing preschool at home with my daughters this fall and we’ve really been enjoying several of your activities! And it’s working! I’m amazed at how quickly my 4-yr–old is learning to read and write her letters!
That’s so great to hear that your 4 year old is picking up on things so quickly, Melissa! Thanks for commenting!
Every time I visit your site, I am amazed and thankful for all your efforts. Love the way you explain everything in detail: why, what, and how. Thank you, thank you!
Thank you for such a kind comment, Adria! I truly LOVE doing this, and I’m so blessed that others can benefit from it.