The end of the school year is such a whirlwind of activity. I had a crazy spring and am just now feeling recuperated from it all. Blogging definitely fell off the "to do" list for awhile - I'm amazed by all those who can keep up a daily or even weekly blog - AMAZING!
Here are more alphabet activities that we did in our class...
Rainbow, Rectangle "R"
We cut out rainbow colored rectangles to glue on the letter "R" . We had discussed rainbow color order during the spring and some of my students were keen on gluing their colors in the correct order. Others were more creative with the process - one student make a rainbow road!
"S" is for Snakes
I wasn't able to get a picture of our large "S". We glued on wiggle eyes and a forked tongue to create a snake.
We also created snakes from pipe cleaners and straws. I copied pictures of snake heads onto card stock, cut them out and hole punched them. Then I threaded a pipe cleaner through to create the snake's body. The snakes and straws (cut into 1" pieces) at a center area. The kiddos threaded the straws onto the pipe cleaner to create their own snake. Great fine motor work and great practice for making patterns!
Super simple letter "T" art - use an orange "T" shape, add black stripes (made from construction paper or electrical tape)!
"U" is for Umbrella
The kiddos had fun with this project. To make umbrellas to glue onto our "U", we folded decorated cupcake liners (I found princess and cars themed liners :) in half and added a toothpick for the handle.