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BOOKS TO READ
To save money , local library is a good option. You can also use whatever books you may have in your home library to supplement with the lesson.
From the library
Pp by Kelly Doudna
Pam and Pete by Anders Hanson
The Pig with a Pig by Anders Hanson
Polka Dot Puppy
Three Little Pigs by Margaret Hillert
Pip Squeak by Sarah Weaks
By Eric Carle
Polar Bear Polar Bear What Do You See?
Panda Bear Panda Bear What Do You See?
From our book shelves..
Pinkalicious by Victoria and Elizabeth Kann
The Very Fairy Princess by Julie Andrews and Emily Walton Hamilton
The Princess and the Pea by Hans Christina Anderson
We started with letter tracing of both uppercase and lower case Pp. Download the free printables here:
Letter Pp in D'Nealian
Letter Pp in Standard
Get this awesome lap book by Homeschool Share for free.
We did the "what starts with the letter P" activity and find all the hidden P's activity using Big Preschool Workbook
Get this Pp is for pig coloring page here :
Check this easy and cheap : Montessori at Home : DIY Sandpaper Letters .
We practiced writing P using a salt tray. It is just mainly salt and a baking pan from the dollar store. You can use a chopstick , a pencil , or just their fingertip. And with this , I also used the Sandpaper Letter as her guide.
For our craft , we did a Pig toilet paper roll craft. get the template and the how to here:
and we enjoyed watching Three Little Pigs ( paid subscription with Netflix) , which afterwards they both did a pretend play. Our silly girls made me laugh when they would say "Little pig ..little pig..let me in " ..with their trying to be a big bad wolf voice but they have such a tiny sweet voice.
We also used these online resources :
abcmouse.com ( with paid subscription)
Internet 4 Classrooms
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