Friday, September 13, 2013

Preschool Activities: Letter of the Week {Tt}

By Tiffany Rudd
Incase you missed A-S, you can find the entire Letter of the Week Series {here}!

Snack Ideas: 
      * Have you ever noticed there aren't many foods that start with the letter T? Every year I had a "Tt Party" with my preschool students and always felt like I was stretching a bit on the foods involved...Tigers blood (i.e. red punch), triangle-shaped crackers and cheese, and tootsie rolls. They loved it anyways. :)

      * I did find these fun Tomato Pops! My kids would love these!
Favorite Books:
      * The Foolish Tortoise by Eric Carle
      * The Tooth Book by Dr. Seuss
      * DIY Cheap & Easy Train: In THIS post, Deborah shares a way to make a cheap, but super fun, train out of Dollar Store supplies. She also shares how to use this train to practice colors, numbers, and alphabet letters!

      * Toothbrush Painting: Pick up a cheap pack of toothbrushes from the Dollar Store and let your child use them as paintbrushes. It makes me laugh how painting with anything other then a paintbrush is always more fun! Image from Tippytoe Crafts.

       * Free Printable Counting Trains! Deborah created this super cute train printable you can use to practice numbers and counting with your child! See the whole blog post HERE
      * Have a "Tt Party!" - I mentioned earlier that every year in preschool we had a Tt Party. Each student brought an item to decorate our table that started with the letter Tt, we designed and wore ties and tiaras, and enjoyed snacks that start with the letter Tt. So much fun!
      * Click on the photos below to print out your Ss Flash Card and Writing Practice Worksheet.
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1 comment:

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