Letter Of The Week “P”
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Our “Letter Of The Week” this week is “P”
Our color is pink
Our number is 3
Our shape of the week is the heart.
My goal for the week, and for the month really, was to tie in lots of “P” words and activities to reinforce our learning of the letter “P”, the color pink, the shape of the heart, and the number 3.
Many of the “P” words we focused on were things we are familiar with in our everyday life, such as “pink”, “picture”, and “pizza”. It is really important to use words they are familiar with to reinforce the letter. Then I expanded with words they may not be as familiar with or new words. Some of the new words for my kids were “peace”, “planet”, “prince”.
Three of the holidays this month that worked well with “P” were Valentines Day, Black History (civil rights and peace between the cultures), and Presidents Day. So we were able to do so much more with our letter of the week, and make it more like a letter of the month!
Each of my three younger children ages 2, 3, and 6 participated in these activities on their skill level. The older two children ages 8 and 10 did related work to the theme (Valentines, Presidents Day, Black History, and more) that correlated nicely with these activities that the younger children were doing.
Listed below are several vocabulary words you can pick from one, or a few, or brainstorm other fun ideas for a theme to give your child more practice with the letter ‘P”.
Our main vocabulary focus from the list was on the words “pink”, “pig”, “pasta”, “peace”, and “pizza”.
P is for pig
P is for pink
P is for prayer
P is for panda
P is for puppy
P is for puppet
P is for pennies
P is for peace
P is for pail
P is for pattern
P is for Pinkalicious
P is for pokadot
P is for President
P is for Pastor
P is for Papa
P is for planet
P is for pizza
P is for pasta
P is for piano
P is for play
P is for park
P is for purple
P is for pumpkin
P is for practice
P is for peanut butter
P is for picture
P is for pretty
P is for princess
P is for prince
P is for pirate
John 14:27 Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.
Books we read:
Pinkalicious Pink Around The Rink
The Three Little Pigs
My “P” Book
Pink panda paper bag puppet
Pink Valentines Day Hearts
Letter “P” with pasta
Math, Counting, Numbers, Patterns, Colors, Shapes, Practice,
Separate pink from other colors of manipulatives: legos, cubes, letters, pompoms,
Sort and transfer pompoms. Read about it here .
Use a pink magnifying glass to view pink butterflies and pink hearts.
Count up to three.
Count backwards from three.
Count three pennies and place into three compartments
Count three clothes pins and attatch them to a pink pail. You can read more about this and several other listed activities here .
Played with the valentines day discovery bin full of pink, white, and red items. Read about it here.
Thread pink ribbon
Thread pink beads
Make a pink pattern
Say a prayer
Dora coloring page
Pig coloring page
Make a pink (and red and white) Valentine Park mini world with legos. Read about it here .
Role play with pink kitchen items. foods, pink babies, and pink stuffed animals in pink clothes.
Play with pink and purple playdough
Write the letter “P” with playdough, crayons, dots, pasta,
Play at the park
a Science comparing dry pasta and rehydrated pasta. Read about it here .
TIC TAC TOE TOSS using Pink Bean Bags
Scavaenger Hunt: PINK
Scavanger Hunt: Starts with the letter “P”
Tap out notes on the piano
Recipes with Kids In The Kitchen
Pink popcorn snack mix
Pink and purple smoothies
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches
Pasta with cheese
Pears cut up
Pumpkin Bars (will get a link to this posted soon)
Pink and purple are my three year old daughter’s favorite colors. In addition to all the fun activities, we also looked in her closet and found all her clothes that were pink and purple or pokadots (shirts, pants, dress, underwear, socks, shoes). She practiced trying them on, folding, and lining them up. She has the colors pink and purple memorized!!!
My daughter has asked me to make her a “purple pizza”. I am trying to figure out how to accomplish this.
I considered making a purple onion pizza, but none of the kids like onions.
I thought about a plain or a purple sugar cookie crust, layered with blueberry, or blueberry-blackberry smooshed cream cheese frosting, and topped with blue berries and purple grapes. Possibly could use some Pomegranate Blueberry juice for color and flavor in the crust, or sauce (frosting) too. But I am not sure what combinations will taste good. Guess I will need to try out a small one and see if it works.
If you have any ideas for making a purple pizza, or any activities, crafts, recipes you use teach the letter P, please feel free to leave us a comment. Thanks in advance.
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