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!
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