Each day or most days I try to get my son outside. Not just to play but to explore and observe. We look at what's around us as well as hunt for letters. We go out looking for the letter of the week but, he also points out other letters and that's OK to. That's part of reading. Letter identification on everything we see and repetition brings the process full circle. It may take to the next day or week when he catches on to a particular case lowercase letter.
We made no bake cookies because baking starts with b and we were all about the c.
No bake cookies take a little time to turn solid but if you watch them waiting goes quicker.
The sand on a walk is the perfect place to practice letter writing!
Each week I pick up a couple books with the letter as a word in the title. He has to identify the word.
C is for cutting. He likes activities that let him use his scissors! He is left-handed and I have to let him do his thing.
His cutting strips helped make c for popcorn. Does that count? We also used shaving cream and made cotton candy! What a sweet week!
We were greeted one morning by a Cicada! Perfect timing big fella!
A peek at the desk for one day of the week. I think he really enjoys seeing the new books and identifying the objects on it.
We finished our week with Chick Fil A. Chicken for the win! This is one of the few places my little people eat all of their meals.
Thanks for following our journey. Learning the letter c was a good week! Did you see any new ideas to share with your little ones?