# Preschool

## The Letter O

Preschool Letter O Lessons (This post contains affiliate links.) At first glance, O seemed difficult to plan, but we ended up having a fun-filled and busy week. Cheerios strung on pipe cleaners made edible jewelry. Dry oatmeal was glued onto the O template. Both pages in the picture came from Confessions of a Homeschooler. O’s…

## The Letter N

Preschool Letter N Lessons (This post contains affiliate links.) The letter N didn’t seem as boring as this post might lead you to believe! Eli placed number stickers on the N template from Confessions of a Homeschooler. We did lots with numbers this week. This is a matching game that came from my co-op’s Preschool…

## The Letter M

Preschool Lessons for the Letter M (This post contains affiliate links.) I love preschool!  The pictures tell the rest of the story… M&M’s started off the week with a bang! We sorted, made concrete graphs and even tried a few concrete addition problems.  The worksheets came from Learn NC. More fun M&M activity sheets came…

## The Letter L

Preschool Lessons for the Letter L (This post contains affiliate links.) Ooh, the letter L was so much fun!!  It’s been so exciting to watch Eli’s little mind grow along with his body.  Almost as soon as he turned four, he hit a milestone and can handle so much more. I have several life cycle…

## The Letter K

Preschool Lessons for the Letter K (This post contains affiliate links.) K was a little more boring than some of the other letters so far.  Most likely, it was my fault since we were just getting back into the swing of things after Christmas break.  At any rate, here goes the fun… A king’s crown…

## The Letter J

Preschool Lessons for the Letter J (This post contains affiliate links.) Since the letter J fell so close to Christmas, Jesus was our main topic!  Of course, we couldn’t forget fun things like jelly beans and jam cookies, so there’s a hodgepodge of fun in here. We completed several fun printables from 1+1+1=1.  Find her…

## Preschool Christmas Fun

These playful preschool Christmas activities are perfect for creating a sense of wonder in children while also teaching fundamental skills. A Preschool Christmas There’s a delicate balance to be made between getting a preschooler geared up for Christmas and keeping him geared down at the same time!  We chose to do a craft or activity…

## The Letter I

Preschool Lessons for the Letter I (This post contains affiliate links.) The letter I was tons of fun – and my big kids even took part in putting together some of the activities.  They make very good preschool teachers, too! An insect poster graces our alphabet wall. Icky experiment #1 – a miniature volcano The…

## The Letter H

Preschool Lessons for the Letter H (This post contains affiliate links.) We painted hand after hand to make these colorful handprints. Cutting playdough shapes in half is an easy way to teach early fractions. We couldn’t pass up playing Hi Ho Cherry-O this week. A game called The wHole Picture teaches matching in a unique…

## The Letter G

Preschool Lessons for the Letter G (This post contains affiliate links.) All of the printables in this post came from Confessions of a Homeschooler.  She has a great resource of activity ideas and free pages for all the letters of the alphabet! This simple cutting activity turned construction paper into grass for our alphabet wall…

## The Letter F

Preschool Lessons for the Letter F (This post contains affiliate links.) Creativeness failed me during our study of the letter F.  That and the fact that this week was b-u-s-y! Foam fruit was sorted, graphed and used to fill in our F template. All the fun printables of this post came from Confessions of a…

## The Letter E

Preschool Lessons for the Letter E (This post contains affiliate links.) Eli wrote his very first word! This chubby little construction paper elephant became part of our alphabet wall. Measuring edges is easy with nonstandard measurement tools like animal crackers. A bingo marker makes for a fun tactile experience with letter formation – not to…