* Recognize letter visually by name.
Identify the Letter Kk within the alphabet.
Keeping K’s – Find a K, Keep a k.
Needed: 20 Index Cards, 1 Marker
Write upper case K’s and lower case k’s on index cards (5 cards with upper case” K” and 5 cards with lower case” k”). Write letters of choice on the remaining cards.
Instructions: Place all cards on the table facing up.
Explain to children that you would like them to find and keep all of the letter “Kk” cards.
- Alphabet, Words & Phrases.
- The Letter Kk
The Letter Kk sound - "King"
Words that Begin with Kk- works sheets, coloring pages, etc.
Sound out and read words first and then have children sound and read words: king, kid, kit, key, keep...
“K Is For King" by I CAN LEARN!
Read to child or children.
Ask children about the story. Have them give their interpretation of the story.
Pre-writing and Writing
Tracing / Writing the Letter Kk
Ask child or children to trace or write the letter Kk on worksheets
I Can Learn 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 from 1 to 20. Then have them count all together.
Writing The Number 11 - Have children trace the number 11 on line paper.
Learning how kites fly.
Read about kites and give children an opportunity to fly a kite.
Fine Motor Skills: Activities & Work
*Fine Motor Skills Development
K is for Kite.
Kite Coloring Page - Color kite and cut out.
Make A Paper Kite - Use kite template to make paper kite.
Gross Motor Skills Activities & Movements:
*Gross Motor Skills Development.
Kicking and Flying
Fly a Kite!
Kick Ball - Will help students with kicking and running skills.
Music & Movement
Dance: Free movement and dance - help stimulate gross motor skills.