Letter of the Week Review #1

3 Mar

This past week was our first review week! Right after a break week it was very relaxed. I devoted a day per letter we learned about in our last 5-week unit, so Monday was A, Tuesday was B, etc. We only spent about 30 minutes per day going over what my son wanted to review. I didn’t insist that we review anything he didn’t want to, but I encouraged him to pick between one topic or another. For example “Would you like to read a poem or a book?” That seemed to work well with him.

The rest of the time we spent on school was making creative letter crafts! The pictures are below of what we made. The ideas or inspirations came from www.notimeforflashcards.com/letter-of-the-week. It’s an awesome website with lots of neat crafts and activities separated into age or subject. When we were done with our letters, I hung them near his ceiling in his room, kind of like an alphabet border. It looks really cute, and now he can see them all the time!

The only extra thing we did was with C on Wednesday — we tried to make C-shaped cookies, but they turned out kind of ugly. It was a good idea, though! Also, the morning after we made our Cookie C, he found it and pulled all the chips off of it and ate them. So I just colored in the spots with brown marker. Voila! Hahaha, enjoy our pictures!


One Response to “Letter of the Week Review #1”

  1. Select this March 25, 2013 at 11:39 PM #

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