Preschool Letter S Activities
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Scooby Doo stickers fill the letter S.
Smiley face stickers fill in a different S template.
(Both of the templates above were printed from Confessions of a Homeschooler.)
We planted seeds on a wet sponge to observe germination.
Selling at the store was fun dramatic play.
Eli loved building (and knocking down) skyscrapers using our giant foam blocks.
Straw painting is easy. Place a blob of tempera paint on some paper and blow into a straw to move the paint around the paper.
Eli practiced finding stars in a preschool workbook from the Dollar Tree.
Does it sink or float? What a fun experiment!
We have several little stampers. Eli had fun making his own stamper artwork.
Eli used pre-cut shapes to make some more artwork.
Eli practiced his scissor skills a lot this week.
Sorting shapes by attributes is a great early science and logic activity. Use sticker, beads, straws, and buttons to sort into groups with similar characteristics.
We use the Somebody board game to learn a little about what’s inside our bodies.
The I Spy memory game is challenging!
We also took some time to play around with 3-D shapes.
I really had to reign myself in for the letter S. We could have done so many fun things! And, believe it or not, we really did read all of the books below!