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Preschool Letter N

Preschool Letter N! It was an exciting week for us as we celebrated my little man’s 4th birthday and the countdown seemed to never end – at least according to him! Stick around to the end of the post as we have a special giveaway for 4 lucky people! But, first things first, here’s what we did for our Preschool Letter N! I printed out a set of beginning N Vocabulary Cards and mixed them up with a couple of cards from other sets. (Throughout this post, click on the word links to take you to the complete unit in my TpT store, or the pictures to get the freebies!) I then covered the words with some sticky notes, like so… Then Filip said the name of each picture, the beginning sound, and then peeled off the sticky note to check his answer. He LOVED the self-checking aspect of this activity! We then sorted our cards by beginning sound and Filip noticed we had more N cards… As with all our Preschool Letters, we brought out our N Playdough mat and learned letter formation first by finger tracing, then tracing with a white board marker and finally building it using whatever objects we found at home. Today, Filip used unifix cubes. Then, we played our Sound Hound Game, which he continues to love. We are still at the stage where the break-up of sounds is very exaggerated. Our “sound isolation” goes something like this: “N-eck-lace”, “Pri-n-cess”, “ca-bi-n”. We did a Beginning Sounds page using our dot-paints. They are still an all-time favourite for my little man! He then searched for lower and upper case n… He did a lower case writing page from the Measured Mom. And then we moved on to our focus number for the week: number 6! Filip brought out the playdough this time… We finished Day 1 with our Preschool Cut and Paste Number page. We started Day 2 with some more finger and white board tracing and then Filip used Lego bricks to build the Letter N. Filip then used this funky stamp to make his way through our Letter Maze... And then we used glitter paint to do this Q-Tip printable from 1plus1plus1equals1. We moved on to some word-building and Filip ordered our beginning N CVC puzzles to make words. Here are the 4 words he made this week… He was intrigued by the word “nun”, wanting to know if that is a teasing word for the... read more

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