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Monday, June 25, 2012

G is for Grass

Decorating a block letter with something that starts with that letter is a great, hands-on way to focus on beginning sounds. Here we have a G that we have glued grass in. The big black blob is a picture of a goat. This is an activity that works well for a wide range of ages.

Talk about the letter and the sound that letter makes. List things that start with that letter. If your child is able, have your child list things that start with that letter. Then choose something to decorate your letter with that starts with the letter.

I will have another example for you Wednesday to give you another idea.

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