Monday, December 16, 2013

Letter H Week

So, so happy we were able to get back into a normal routine this week!  Here is what we did for Letter H!

Letter Formation/Pre-Writing
Tracing the letters with his write and wipe cards.
Practicing writing in his sand box.
Letter H Tracing Pages (From 1+1+1=1)
Foam Block Letter Templates
Making H's out of foam crafting blocks.  You can download the templates here.
Q-Tip Painting (from 1+1+1=1)
 Using his HWWT pieces to build some H's.
 Letter Maze
He got some new colors of Do-A-Dot markers for his birthday, so he was very excited to use them.
Play Dough Letters
Xander recently received a new play dough kit as a gift.  He loves it (although I don't like the actual dough from it).  He played with that a lot as well as doing the H page alphabet stamping play dough mats.
We did the next four Beginner Spelling Cards.  I made sure to set out all the letter tiles he needed, as well as a few extras for challenge.  We talked a lot about how adding a silent e changed some words (hid to rhde, kit to kite). Then I had him spell ride all on his own. 
Cut and Paste Phonics Hunt
He did the letter H of his Cut and Past Phonics Hunt.  He thought he was pretty funny when he pretended to use the glue stick as chap stick!
Playing Boggle Junior... and making a big mess!  Xander also bought the Scrabble Alphabet Scoop game with his own money.  It has been a big hit too!
Phonics Fun and following directions pages from Raising Rockstars Kindergarten.  He was excited to use his new truck crayons!
I printed off the letter H lacing pages from my Mommy and Me ABC pages and let Xander paint using one of his funky brushes.  I LOVE his facial expressions while painting.
We're still doing our Alphabet in Simple Science, and this week was H for Habitat.  Check back to see what we did!
Xander asked to watch KidStart Spanish this week.  He also watched the habitat episode of The Magic School Bus in Spanish.
Sensory Play
Magna-Tiles and math on the light box!
Sweeping his water beads?
This Week's Work

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