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Letter D Activities

Preview: Letter D Activities that would be perfect for preschool or kindergarten. Sensory, art, fine motor, literacy and alphabet practice all rolled into Letter D fun with some bonus math practice.

Up next in our weekly alphabet study is the letter D activities. This week was full of activities that started with the letter D like donuts and dots. We also spent some time reviewing other letters we've learned and building our sensory and fine motor skills. 

Join us each week for some alphabet activity fun!
Letter D Activities that would be perfect for preschool or kindergarten. Sensory, art, fine motor, literacy and alphabet practice all rolled into Letter D fun with some bonus math practice.

2D Shape Cookies and Milk Freebie

Preview: This 2D shape cookies and milk matching cards freebie are a fun way to practice shapes. Comes with a picture match + a word match so it is perfect for preschool, kindergarten and lower elementary classrooms. 

We have had cookies on the brain lately. After our C Themed Activities last week, and reading our Favorite Cookie Themed Picture Books this week, we were ready for this 2D Shape Cookies and Milk Activity. This is a great way to introduce or review two dimensional shapes. This freebie includes a picture match version and a word match version so multiple levels can use and enjoy it. And what is better than chocolate chip cookies and milk??

Cookie Themed Picture Books

Preview: Picture books all with a fun cookie theme! A brief description of each one is included. What's your favorite cookie book?

C is for cookie! After all of our Letter C Activity fun from last week, we decided to round up some of our favorite cookie themed picture books. There are so many cute cookie books out there. Here are 10 of our favorites!
Picture books all with a fun cookie theme! A brief description of each one is included. What's your favorite cookie book?

Letter C Activities

Preview: Letter C Activities that would be perfect for preschool or kindergarten. Sensory, art, fine motor, literacy and alphabet practice all rolled into Letter C fun.

Up next in our weekly alphabet study is the letter C activities. This week was full of activities that started with the letter C like cookies, cutting and cream (shaving). We also spent some time reviewing other letters we've learned and building our sensory and fine motor skills. 

Join us each week for some alphabet activity fun!
Letter C Activities that would be perfect for preschool or kindergarten. Sensory, art, fine motor, literacy and alphabet practice all rolled into Letter C fun.

Teaching About the Saints

With All Saints' Day fast approaching, there is no better time to get some new ideas for teaching about the saints. Teaching about the saints doesn't have to just be reserved for November 1st. Saints studies are perfect all year long, and now more than ever they are accessible for younger students too through books, videos and hands on learning activities. I've rounded up some ideas for ways that you can add more to your saint studies with your students or even your own children. 
Ideas for teaching about the saints to kids. This is perfect for All Saints' Day and has lots of ideas for Catholic schools and homes.

St. Francis of Assisi Bird Feeders

We often associate St. Francis of Assisi with all things nature! With fall here and winter fast approaching, I thought it would be fun to tie in the Feast Day of St. Francis (October 4) with a great fall activity - making bird feeders. With just a few simple supplies (toilet paper tube, popsicle stick, peanut butter, birdseed and a marker) you can create an adorable bird feeder and enjoy God's creation as you watch birds flock to it.
Super cute St. Francis of Assisi bird feeder craft. Great way to connect with God, nature and a favorite saint.

To get the complete list of supplies and all of the directions, check out my post on CatholicTeacher.com.

Letter B Activities

Preview: Letter B Activities that would be perfect for preschool or kindergarten. Sensory, art, literacy and alphabet practice all rolled into Letter B fun.

After all the fun we had with our Letter A Activities, my daughter was excited to jump into Letter B Activities. We did some of the same activities we did with letter A, just to help get her into a routine. This also means that some of these activities can be done independently by her now that she knows how to use the supplies. So when mommy is trying to make lunch, she can practice handwriting without help from me. We also had fun with our art project and the sensory bin is always a hit!

Letter B Activities that would be perfect for preschool or kindergarten. Sensory, art, literacy and alphabet practice all rolled into Letter B fun.

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