The Letter K

It has been awhile since I worked with Drew on learning the alphabet. And since the holidays, and with it all of the busyness of the season, are fast approaching, I figured we would try to get in a few more letters before Thanksgiving. 🙂

Drew did not know the letter K before we started, but he picked up on it very quickly. 🙂 I started the week with this worksheet. He has shown some interest in tracing lines, so I figured we would try tracing the letter K. He did such a good job and had so much fun!

Drew still loves to glue things. (You should have seen his face light up in a huge smile when he saw the gluestick! :-)) So we colored and glued this kingly K together. 🙂

I wasn’t sure if Drew would enjoy this next worksheet, but he really got into it. Not only did he find the Ks and circle them, but he also had fun finding other letters he knew.

And we finished our week off by watching these two videos.

Letter K Song – Drew enjoyed watching this video and saying the words. 🙂

Try Some Kindness – Since we’ve been working on learning how to be loving to others, I loved how this song tied the letter K into being kind to friends and siblings.

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~ Carrie ~

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4 Responses to The Letter K

  1. Amy B says:

    I wish Lula Mae were more into writing the letters. She has been able to recognize the letters, in any order, since she was about 17 months old though. She can write a few things…. 1’s and H’s. LOL

    Drew is doing a great job tracing! Before you know it he will know all his letters! I love to see early learning! It is so fun and enjoyable, both for Mommy and child!

  2. Giggly Girls says:

    Those are some great writing skills. My 33 month isn’t even close to being able to trace a straight line, let alone small letters. He’s got awesome fine motor control.

  3. JDaniel4's Mom says:

    We haven’t started letters with my 33 month old. I am so impressed.

  4. cara says:

    Great job! We use a lot of the same worksheets, except, my four year does not like writing.

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