We finished our little letter preschool activities this past week. I have learned to let Paige do more of her own work and let her creativity flow through the weeks. It was such a fun little project to help Paige learn her letters and associate words with that letter. Now with the holidays in full swing we will focus on holiday crafts until next year and I will have to think of other activities/crafts to do with her. Most days she creates her own things and I love seeing her mind go as she is creating her own masterpieces.
Here are the things she did the past two weeks for the letters Y and Z
First for Y she did You- she created a picture of herself.
Then she did yawn- Since about the letter M I have found pictures of the crafts online and had them all on a word document then Paige got to pick the one she could do for the day. She would just look at the picture and then create her own and that is exactly what she did for this yawn craft.
Yarn- I cut out some long pieces of yarn and then she cut out the little pieces and glued them on the letter Y.
And last she did a yak. I cut out the different pieces and then she assembled and glued it together and add the face.
Then the next week was the letter Z. It was a pretty busy week but here are the few things we did for our last week. First she did a zinnia. I showed her a picture of the flower online and then she created her own.
Zebra- oftentimes when Paige is creating something she uses tape instead of glue and that is what she did for her zebra.
Next was a zipper.
And last she did some zoo worksheets. She loves doing these kinds of things. We find workbooks that are preschool/kindergarten age and she will just do all the activities in them. This zoo packet I found on Pinterest and some of the things were trace the word zoo and the letter z, circle the numbers, follow the pattern, find which one is different, etc.
I love my smart, little girl and it was so fun coming up with different activities/crafts each week!