Beth Hankoff, Class Information

Powerful Printers

November/December 2018

In the last two months we learned the following letters:

C, O, Q, G, S, A, I, T, and J

We are now finished with all the capitals!  Please continue practicing them at home.  I have attached some worksheets at the end of this post.  We will be moving into lowercase next semester so it is important that children are strong with their capitals so they don’t get them mixed up.

HERE ARE THE ACTIVITIES WE DID:

  • Letter C Book – they colored and cut out pictures of things that start with C, and we stapled it into a little book.
  • Thankful Turkey – they colored a turkey picture and wrote what they are thankful for.  If they chose to, they could trim around the feathers to make the top turkey-shaped.
  • Winter Color-By-Letter, Letter A Dot-to-Dot – color a winter scene using a letter key; do a dot-to-dot that makes the letter A.
  • Roll a Snowman; Snowman Name Craft – roll dice and use the key to find out what to add to your snowman; cut out the snowballs with letters of your name on them and glue together to make a snowman.

In addition to practicing the letters, hand strength and active play are both very important.  Here are some resources for you.  Let me know if you have any questions: b11ankoff@gmail.com.  Happy 2019!

Why-Children-Need-To-Strengthen-Their-Muscles-In-Order-to-Write-Successfully

hand-strengthening-through-everyday-play

HWT_Worksheets

K_CA_Capital Formation Chart

yellow star and orange bauble
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