Letter t Turtle

Okay, so with all of the excitement with my “You’ve been Egged” post, this is sort of lame.   But, it’s something we actually did and the kids LOVED it.  That’s most important to me.  🙂   If you also think this post might be a little lacking, check back tomorrow.  You are going to LOVE what I’m posting!!!  Oh and if you haven’t seen the You’ve Been Egged post, check it out!  It’s super fun.  {Think Booed, Easter style}

To help us learn the letter shape for “t” we made silly little turtles using construction paper, tissue paper and google eyes.  First I cut out a t shape from construction paper.  I made the “head” and “front legs” rounded at the end and the bottom of the t pointed.

The kids glued on oval “shells”, google eyes and “back legs”.  To make the letter shape visible while the turtle wears his shell, the turtle was made out of tissue paper.  Have fun, the kids will love this project and don’t forget to check back tomorrow for something you won’t want to miss.

Letter T – Teddy Bear Day

Today we get to bring our favorite teddies to school!  Don’t you just love cuddling with something soft and squishy?  To honor our teddy bears on teddy bear picnic day we’ll be reading several stories:  Teddy Bear Picnic,  Brown Bear, and Goldilocks and the 3 Bears.

Every preschool kiddo loves a great hat so today we’re making hats!  Get the PDF hat here.

Have fun and happy cuddling!

I also found wooden bear shapes Continue reading

Letter T – Teddy Bear Sorting

Whew!  We’re cruising right along with the alphabet and amazingly made it to letter T already!  With our focus on teddy bears we’ll be doing some gummy bear sorting and graphing.  To practice our fine motor skills we’ll be using tweezers to do the sorting.

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PDF Version of the gummy bear sorting page

To get the gummy bear graph just click here.

Happy sorting, counting and graphing.

Do you love integrating language arts with Math as much as I do?  Here’s a PDF printable for the chant Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear turn around.  Use this to teach the kids the poem/song or print off a copy for each child and allow them to color it and search for letter Tt in the chant.

Hope you enjoy some teddy bear fun!

Bear graphics by Black Leaf at mygrafico.com

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