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Alphabet Activities



Letter "Aa"

Letter "Bb"

Letter "Cc"

Letter "Dd"

Letter “Ee"

Letter "Ff"

Letter "Gg"

Letter "Hh"

Letter "Ii"

Letter "Jj"

Letter "Kk"

Letter "Ll"

Letter "Mm"

Letter "Nn"

Letter "Oo"

Letter "Pp"

Letter "Qq"


Letter "Rr"

Letter "Ss"

Letter "Tt"

Letter "Uu"

Letter "Vv"

Letter "Ww"

Letter "Xx"

Letter "Yy"

Letter "Zz"


Circle Time


Handprint Calendar


Winter Theme Crafts


Valentines Day


Cooking


Rainbows


St Patrick's Day


Easter


Astrology & Space


Gardening and Flowers


Insects


Mother's Day


Father's Day



Teddy Bears


Independence Day


Dental Health


Nutrition


Fire Safety


Personal Safety


Name Recognition


Simple Science


Halloween




Thanksgiving


Numbers and Quantities


Counting


Christmas


Gingerbread Theme


Craft Recipes



Boredom Busters & Rainy Day Activities


Brain Development in Early Childcare


Marketing your Childcare / Home Business



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Letter "Oo" Recognition Craft Projects




We spend one week reinforcing each letter with crafts and activities.
Schedule of Activities


"Oo" Octopus Hats
Paint child's hand and four fingers and make two prints together to make an Octopus. I love these sticker eyes we got from Discount School Supply. We have previously used wiggle eyes but you can also just have the children draw them on.


"Oo" is for Owl


For this cute little owl we used 3 different sized circles in 3 different shades of brown. The children cut out the circles and glued them together as shown with precut ears and feet. We used real feathers for wings but you could make the feathers out of paper if you don't have them.


Owl Babies


Fold different colored cupcake liners into the shape of owls as shown. Glue onto a branch drawn onto a sheet of construction paper. Decorate with eyes and beaks.



Artistic "Oo"
Pour different colors of tempera paint into pie tins or paper plates. Set out construction or art paper and several round objects that can be dipped in paint (example:cups, mugs, paper towel tubes, straws, plastic bottles and caps). Invite children to carefully dip the objects into the paint and press them onto their papers to create prints. They can overlap the O's, spread them around the page, use complimentary colors, make "O" creatures, or do anything they wish to create their own original works of art.



Alphabet Collage Books

During the school year we will make a page for every letter, number, shape, and color we are learning. Each week children will put their new collage pages into a binder kept at home. Parents are encouraged to use the binder to review the pages with their child regularly. At the end of the year the children will have a nice memento of their preschool year as well a a complete alphabet, number, color, and shape book. See below for ideas for collage letter pages.
”Oo" is for Orange Ovals Collage
We cut these ovals out of orange construction paper but you can also have the children draw them on.

Instructions:

Print the Letter Page:

Letter O Template


Cut small ovals out of orange construction paper and glue them all around the letter.
More Collage Ideas for Letter Oo

prints

Magazine Cutouts

Oatmeal

Artistic Os (See activity above).




Blank Letter Template:

Blank Letter O Template
Letter O Sponge Painting
For our sponge painted collage we use light colored construction paper. These Alphabet and misc. sponges are available from school supply stores, hobby stores, $1 store, or Walmart. Cut down the construction paper if you want to put them into a binder.


O is for Octopus in the Ocean Sponge Painting
Use a letter O sponge to make a row across the bottom of the page. Paint child's hand and four fingers and make two upside down handprints together to make an Octopus in the ocean.


Group Time Activity


Long or Short? O

Invite children to listen for the sounds of long and short o. Tell children you will be saying several words and they will tell you whether it begins with the short o sound, as in otter, or the long o sound, as in ocean. For short o, have children clap their hands; for long o, have them stomp their feet. Say words such as often, oval, over, olive, octopus, oak, open, on, ocean and office.









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