Preschool Letter P

Welcome to our Preschool Letter P post!

Preschool Letter P Alphabet Play Dough Mats

As we have done previously, Filip started by finger tracing the letter P play dough mat and then used whiteboard markers to trace the upper and lower case letters.

(Throughout this Preschool Letter P post, click on the word links to take you to the complete unit in my TpT store, or the pictures to get the freebies!)

Preschool Letter P Alphabet Play Dough Mats

We thought we would get a bit creative this week and used some coloured spiral pasta to form the letter P. (I got my directions for dying pasta from WikiHow and Happy Hooligans.)

Preschool Letter P Alphabet Play Dough Mats

Filip then did an upper and lower case letter identification page from  Dawn DeLorenzo’s Gumball Dot It! Letter P activity unit.

 Preschool Letter P Letter Recognition

We then moved right along to practice handwriting on a smaller scale. This week, we decided to use the write and wipe letter P cards from my Alphabet Write and Wipe packet. They were a big hit with my little man! No more frustrations if he got out of the lines; we just wiped it off and started again! Oh why didn’t I use these from the start?

Preschool Letter P Alphabet Write and Wipe

Next, we did a Beginning Sounds page using come super cute letter erasers. Filip sounded out each word, located the corresponding letter and placed it on top of the picture. He REALLY enjoyed using the letters for this activity!

Preschool Letter P Beginning Sounds

We got our alphabet erasers from Office Works (Australia). Check out the end result below!

Preschool Letter P Beginning Sounds

We also played our Sound Hound Game, listening to the P sound in each word and placing it under the correct doggie section.

Preschool Letter P Sound Houns

And then, we moved on to our Number of the Week 8 Play dough mat. We used these coloured lego-type erasers to form the number 8.

Preschool Number 8 Play Dough Mat

And here’s the end result – he even made an AB pattern with the ten frame. If you’d like to get yourself some of these funky erasers, I got mine from Office Works (Australia).

Preschool Number 8 Play Dough Mat

We finished the day with our Preschool Cut and Paste Number page.

Preschool Number 8 Cut and paste

We started Day 2 with our CVC word slider cards. Filip can now sound and blend single words really well. I’m hoping to introduce him to simple sentences by the time we reach letter T, but we will see how we go!

Preschool Letter P CVC Word Slider Cards

We then put some CVC Puzzles together

Preschool Letter P CVC Puzzles

Preschool Letter P CVC Puzzles

And build some CVC Words using our CVC Phoneme Segmentation Cards.

Preschool Letter P CVC Phoneme Segmentation Cards

Here he is checking to make sure that the letters are all in the correct spot.

Preschool Letter P CVC Phoneme Segmentation Cards

Next, we brought out a new worksheet from my Introducing the Alphabet unit. Filip spotted the CVC words and jumped right into sounding out the letters and reading them… Yay for eagerness to read 😉

Preschool Letter P Worksheet

He then finger-traced the letter at the top…

Preschool Letter P Worksheet

And then traced upper and lower case p:

Preschool Letter P Worksheet

We moved on to the Number section of our day and Filip dotted his way through the number 8 maze.

Preschool Number 8 Maze

And then completed the number 8 page from my Number Concepts unit.

Preschool Number 8 Concepts

On Day 3, we started with our CVC Word Work page.

Preschool Letter P CVC Word Work

Preschool Letter P CVC Word Work

Filip then matched the pictures to the CVC words to build our -IP Word Family Flip-Flap book.

Preschool Letter P Word Family Flip Book

Preschool Letter P Word Family Flip Book

We also did a Number 8 Flip Book, counting and stamping each picture…

Preschool Number 8 Flip Book

And then reading the booklet… he put a stamp at the bottom of each word to help with 1-1 correspondence!

Preschool Number 8 Flip Book

We finished off our week with a P craft!

Preschool Letter P Craft

“P” is for pig and “p” is for piano.

Preschool Letter P Craft

Click on the image below to download a pdf. with all the FREEBIES from this post. (Please note: this freebie pack DOES NOT include freebies linked to my online store.)

Preschool Letter P (7)

If you’re from the US or Canada or another country and have stumbled across erasers similar to what we have used in this post, I’d LOVE for you to let me know where you got them from!

19 Responses to “Preschool Letter P”

  1. Karin says:

    I love those erasers, the Lego ones are fabulous as well! You and your little man have been really busy with the letter Pp, the coloured pasta looks awesome as well. How has Alex been going with his work??

    • Lavinia Pop says:

      Hi Karin!! Alex has been doing really well… I’ve been asking him at random times throughout the day to tell me what a “Synonym” is and he has gotten it right all the time, so I think we can call it a success 🙂

  2. Cherie says:

    Oh my! I need to get hold of those adorable erasers! For now, I will have to stick with alphabet stamps!

  3. Cynthia says:

    Hi! I just stumbled across your blog. I am wondering if you will keep posting in regards to the preschool activities you’re doing with your son. 🙂 I hope so! Looking forward to see a post on the letter Q!

  4. Dulce sanchez says:

    We’re did you purchase the number and letter mats! They are great!

  5. Love these! I downloaded your Letter B freebie awhile ago and just now got to open and take a look. What a great resource. I love these ideas as well. Wish I could find those erasers!

  6. Michaela says:

    I have really loved what your site has done to our home preschool. I love your activities and your worksheets. I was wondering, are you going to continue with the letters? I was hoping that we would not get ahead of you but now we are about to move onto Q. Will you soon have your Q post up? Or are these posts stopping at P? Again thank you for all that you have provided thus far.

  7. Lady Lilith says:

    Wow. You have such super duper ideas. Thanks for sharing them.

  8. Gosia says:

    Hi, I found the ABC erasers on Amazon. Thanks for great ideas and products.

  9. Alesia says:

    I like the flip-flap book! So cute! Thank you for sharing.

    Learning Short Vowels

  10. Jenni says:

    Is it the whole entire bundle but all these worksheets including the alphabet because I love every single one of these collectivities and I believe that my Pre-K children would get a kick out of them in centers. Please email me back if you can or respond my email thank you

  11. Maria says:

    I would like to buy them so I can help my son at home.

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