For the next 4 to 5 days we will review lessons and activities related to letters L & A.
Letters Ll and Aa
* Recognize letter visually by name.
* Recognize letter sound, when saying words that begin with Aa
Identifying the Letter Aa within the alphabet.
- Alphabet, Words & Phrases.
- The Letter Aa
The Letter Ll sound - "leg"
Words that Begin with Ll - works sheets, coloring pages, etc.
Sound out and read words first. Then have children sound out & read words: led, leg, let, lit, lot…
The Letter Aa sound - "apple"
Words that Begin with Aa- work sheets, coloring pages, etc.
Sound out & read words first & then have children sound & read words: an, at, add, ant, and apple.
“L Is For Light Bulb” by I Can Learn
Read to child or children.
Ask children about the story. Have them give their interpretation of the story.
"A Is For Apple" by I CAN LEARN
Read to child or children.
Ask children about the story. Have them give their interpretation of
Fine Motor Skills
Tracing / Writing the Letter Ll and Aa
I Can Pre-School & Kindergarten
*Identify numbers by name
*Ability to count from 0 - 20
Counting Numbers - Ask students to count from 1 - 20. Call one student at a time to count form 1 to 20. Ask children to count all together
Writing The Number 1 - Have children trace the number 1 on line paper.
Counting Numbers - Ask students to count from 1-20. Call one student at a time to count from 1 to 20. Now ask children to count all together.
Writing The Number 12 - Have children trace the number 12 on line paper.
A p p l e s a n d N u m b e r s - M a t c h n u m b e r o f a p p l e s t o t h e c o r r e s p o n d i n g
n u m b e r .
Let It Role - Children will take turns rolling a block with different numbers on each side.
Whatever number is rolled is the amount of times each child will have to jump.
Let It Shine - Students will have a chance to find out what materials, & objects allow light to shine through them.
Learn the difference between transparent & non-transparent materials.
Materials Needed: Flashlight, Tissue Paper, Construction Paper, Paper Towel, & Piece of cloth fabric.
Leaves - Take a nature walk and find different kinds of leaves. Once inside ask children to describe the color of their leaves and what the leaves look like. Afterwards, ask children to make a collage with the leaves found on the nature walk.
F r u i t s and Vegetables That Begin With The Letter A:
A p p l e s
A p r i c o t
A s p a r a g us
Allow children to look at and taste the fruits and vegetables.
Fine Motor Skills: Activities & Work
Fine Motor Skills Development
L is for Lion – Ask children to color a picture of a lion in the I CAN LEARN workbook.
Ask children to make a lion with lion template (L is for lion art project).
Lace Letter L – Children will to learn how to lace with the letter Ll.
Card board or Poster board
Letter Ll template
Shoe laces or yarn
Cut out upper case letter L and lower case letter l.
Trace the letter Ll on the card board or poster board. Cut out letters.
Punch holes every ½ - 1 inch around the letters.
Handout letter Ll with holes punched out.
Ask children to lace the letters.
A Is For Africa - Print coloring page from I CAN LEARN and ask student to color the continent of Africa.
A Is For Apple - Color an apple. Draw an apple on several sheets of paper for each student or print out “A Is For Apple” coloring page by I CAN LEARN.
Gross Motor Skills Activities & Movements:
*Gross Motor Skills Development.
M a k e A n A W i t h T h e B o d y - A r r a n g e c h i l d r e n i n t o g r o u p s o f t h r e e . A s k c h i l d r e n t o l i e o n t h e f l o o r & t o u s e t h e i r b o d i e s t o m a k e a n A .
A l p h a b e t S o u p - G e t a b i g p l a s t i c b o w l . P o u r m a g n e t i c l e t t e r s i n s i d e . A s k c h i l d t o s c o o p o u t a l l t h e l e t t e r s u s i n g a b i g s o u p s p o o n .
O b j e c t i v e : H a n d & a r m s t r e n g t h d e v e l o p m e n t & c o o r d i n a t i o n..
M u s i c and M o v e m e n t
M u s i c : African Music
D a n c e :
F r e e m o v e m e n t and d a n c e.