Well, friends, this post concludes our Letter of the Week adventure. And I can't lie...I am thrilled! It has taken me almost 3 months just to finishes the last four letters of the alphabet because I'm so burnt out. I wanted to teach my kids that you need to finish the things you begin so we did. We finally finished the alphabet. We had lots and lots of fun over the past 10 months and I would gladly do it again, but for now, I'm thankful for the break and for summer fun we are already having.
Click on the link below for my Letter Z week curriculum.
Addi got to use a q-tip to paint stripes on her zebra.
As we are trying to get better about patterns we made a "Zebra" bracelet (alternating black and white beads).
We found this fun little book series about a Zebra who loves all different types of things.
Addi made her last letter activity: Zig Zag Z
Josiah and Addi both practiced their handwriting skills and drawing zig zags. Josiah was doing great...until I turned my head for just a second.
We made a few zoo animal puppets. I only got a picture of the lion because my camera battery died on me. Bummer!
We used our puppets to act out some of the things we read in our zoo books.
Finally, we wrapped up letter Z week by introducing a-z connect the dot activities. Addilyn actually did really well. I was so proud of her.