This past week we finished our letter C activities for tot-school. Each week we are taking a letter and doing hands-on activities around it.
- Practical Life
- Fine Motor
- Gross Motor
- Reading & Math
- Craft (typically themed with our Bible lesson)
Items Needed for Letter C Tot-School Week
Each week I use our Weekly Homeschool Planner pre-school pages to plan out the week and also list out the items I need for each week. Here are this week’s items:
- Cotton balls
- Construction paper
- Paper scraps
- Large wooden trays (I use left over Melissa & Doug Trays or
- Fine motor tweezers
- Handwriting Without Tears Wood Piece Set for Capital Letters with letter cards
- Silicon candy tray or brownie molds for sorting (I purchased ours at IKEA)
- Montessori: Letter Work
- Melissa & Doug Nesting, Sorting Garages and Cars
- Pre-writing Motor Skills Set boards from Discount School Supply
- Letter C Little Letter Book – The Measured Mom
We were a little more laid back with the activities this week since daddy was home and we also had just a crazy week with the baby and sleep. There are definitely many other ideas you can add to fill in the week more.
Practical Life Skills Cutting Practice
I didn't get a great picture of this, but I did share one on Instagram last week. Ellie used a pair of kid's scissors and made snips on regular white paper. You could also use construction paper, yard, or any other items like that. You can check out my post on 5 ways to introduce scissor skills for more ideas. I also have a scissor practice packet available for subscribers.
Fine Motor Skills Cloud Transfer Activity
I used a wooden tray, fine motor tongs, cotton balls, a silicon candy mold tray, and a wood bowl to set up this activity. Ellie used the tongs to transfer the cotton balls into the candy mold tray.
Pre-Writing Practice for the Letter C
For details on the pre-writing board set from Discount School Supply you can check out my review of it here.
Reading & Math for the Letter C
Letter C Cotton Ball Cloud Craft
We got this idea from The Preschool Journey ebook by my friend Angela Thayer.
More Resources for Letter of the Week Tot-School Activities
Shared on: Tot-School Gathering Place,