J is now writing a few letters on her easel and on herself, sadly. Luckily she has not written anything on her little brother C as yet. Seeing that I am ‘gung-ho’ for following my children’s interests and developing them, I decided that I will create a few preschool letter worksheets for J. This week I will share with you Letter L. Although we are currently working on our lower case letters first, everything below has both upper and lower case.
Alphabet Books to Read With Your Kids
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Below you will find a few books to check out at your library or that you can purchase.
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom (Chicka Chicka Book, A)Dr. Seuss’s ABC: An Amazing Alphabet Book!A Is for Apple (Trace-and-Flip Fun!) (Smart Kids Trace-And-Flip)The Alphabet Book (Pictureback(R))The Alphabet Tree (Dragonfly Books)The Sleepy Little Alphabet: A Bedtime Story from Alphabet TownMy First BOB Books: AlphabetAlphaTales Box Set: A Set of 26 Irresistible Animal Storybooks That Build Phonemic Awareness & Teach Each letter of the AlphabetEric Carle’s ABC (The World of Eric Carle)AlphaOops!: The Day Z Went FirstThe Construction Alphabet Book (Jerry Pallotta’s Alphabet Books)
Preschool Letter Worksheets: L Tracing Pages
As always, our preschool lesson plan changes weekly. This week J discovered The Lion King and so her worksheets will reflect that. We also added a few extra sheets and have stepped back a little to work on the basic lines and their movements. J learnt the pull down line as well as the slide line. We adapted this from the Zaner-Bloser method. From here on out, all our worksheets will be done in the order of the easiest to the hardest to write.
Preschool Letter L Worksheets: Do a Dot Pages
Do a dot activities are still a big hit with J and I don’t see that changing anytime soon. I always seem to be persuaded into printing more than 1 copy of this activity because she loves it that much. Perhaps I should simply add more circles?