Letter K Week- It was kickin'! Addilyn learned that K is for kites, kangaroos, and keys. To start off, here is our curriculum for the week.
Working on handwriting and phonics.
Our capital K kangaroo.
Counting 11 keys...
...and then making a lowercase k from them.
I made a kite matching game with scrapbook paper and popsicle sticks. I absolutely love Addilyn's face when she finds the correct match.
This is her tissue paper kite. Check our the crazy ribbon we used for the tail. Ha ha.
I cut a ton of diamonds out of four different colors of construction paper. First I asked Addilyn to sort the "kites" by color and then by size. She had so much fun. So simple, yet so great. Who knew?
Letter K stamps!
For this game Addilyn had to glue to tails to the kite of the same color.
Addilyn making her Kangaroo cup. Kept saying it was me because it was a mommy. She wanted to make a baby kangaroo to go in my pouch. Yeah, that didn't happen. My creative juices were running low that day.
Our kite books...
...and our kangaroo books.