Letter of the Week : Gg - A Bountiful Love

Letter of the Week : Gg

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 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 ...

Gg (Alphabet)

Gina And George (First Sounds)

The Garden That We Grew (Penguin Young Readers, L2)

Grizzly Dad

Where Are You From Little Goose?

 From our book shelves...

My g book (My first steps to reading)

Grover Goes to School featuring Jim Henson's Sesame Street Muppets

God Made You Special

Go, Dog. Go! (I Can Read It All By Myself Beginner Books)

 Start by saying the letter out loud. Teaching her the phonetic sound of the letter. Next is the line tracing  , shape tracing and letter tracing of both  upper case and lower case letter G.

You can download this free letter Gg tracing sheets here: ( D' Nealian)

Soft G Sound

Hard G Sound

 For standard tracing:

Gg is for Gumball at Confessions of a Homeschooler

We read this good Lap n Note books from : Homeschoolshare.com

 This is from A-Z but you can just choose the letter Gg to print.
Click here for the free printable :  Alphabet Notebook 

You can download this G is for gingerbread man at Making Learning Fun

I like doing a dot to dot activity with Lucy because it teaches her the number sequencing., and  her excited face after seeing what she had made after the dots were connected is priceless.

We practiced our fine motor skills by doing the cut and paste activity. I used a medium size strip of paper , drew some lines and asked her to cut  in the lines.

We did a do a dot and some coloring activities. Even our little Lily loves to color.

Our beautiful , smart Lucy.  This girl can drive me nuts but I tell you what..she has a big heart.

We did some dots painting.. All you need is a paint dot sponge  ( can be purchase at dollar store or any crafts store like Micheal's) , Small bowl of paint and this printable A- Z Worksheets , pleas read her Terms and Conditions..her printables are all awesome and free but can no be use for monetary purposes.

Did I tell you how I love DLTK for kids?  We made this Giraffe Toilet Paper Craft

 Learning websites we used to supplement with our lessons:

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  1. I love your letter of the week posts! I get so much inspiration for me and my kids. Thank you, Khit!
    Alina (www.orgali.ca)


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