The Letter D

Preschool Lessons for the Letter D

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The letter D was more fun than any other so far!  There are just so many things having to do with D words…

Edible playdough made from peanut butter was so much fun to play with.

I cut out the pieces to this dinosaur and Eli glued them on the paper.

Tossing bean bags into a dump truck was a great large motor skill activity.

A homemade dinosaur memory game is easy to make with dinosaur stickers and index cards.

This easy David and Goliath puzzle came free in the mail – perfect for this week’s lessons.

Eli loved punching holes in colored paper so we would have plenty of dots to fill our D template.

This diamond poster became part of our alphabet wall.  Eli’s d is one of the first letters he ever wrote by himself!

A dinosaur dig in the sandbox was a huge hit!

After reading a book about deserts, I let him swirl glue all over cardstock and we added colored sand to make a desert picture.

Dominoes make a great small motor activity.

After reading about ducks, we made our own webbed feet with baggies and paddled through the sink.

Ducks Don’t Get Wet

Harry The Dirty Dog

Dancing on the Sand

Dolphin’s First Day

Doctor De Soto

Deer Mouse and Old Farm Road

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