Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Preschool letter "g" Activities and Free Printable

We did the letter g a while ago, but I never posted about it, so here are some lowercase "g" activities we did. Plus, I have a free gumball shape sorting printable for you, so if you just came for that-scroll to the bottom of this post!

We started out phonics tracing and practicing the hard "g" sound with a Montessori sandpaper letter. Then, we played with the little objects in the "g" alphabet box drawer. Cupcake loves the little objects!

We also did a letter g collage sheet with stickers. Cupcake wasn't into coloring it. This printable comes from Confessions of a Homeschooler.

Counting and Numbers
We counted pom poms, pretending they were gumballs and we also played this fun roll Roll a Gumball game from Confessions of a Homeschooler for number recognition.

Fine Motor
To practice fine motor skills, we practiced dressing her "girls." She loves these magnetic dress up dolls from Melissa & Doug.

For color sorting, we sorted "gumballs" (pom poms) in muffin tins.

For sizing, we used these free printables from Confessions of a Homeschooler.

  For shape sorting, I made some gumball shape sorting sheets and used shape buttons I got at Hobby Lobby. I originally made them in black and white because my printer was out of color ink, but I put them in color for you! Scroll to the bottom of this post to get the free printable!

Books and Snack
We ate goldfish for snack because it was easy! Here are letter g books that we read for storytime. 

 And now for the free printable! Click on the image to download!

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