This week, for our summer homework series, we covered the letters “E” and “F”. On our family calendar I had written “ef” – so my son kept walking around saying “Effffff”, which was slightly embarrassing, but…whatever.
Since this is our third week of these activities, I don’t feel the need to bore you with a bunch of writing. So, without further ado, here are our letter of the week activities (along with links to where we found them!).
LEGO Duplo Alphabet Mats
On Monday, we used our LEGO Duplos and made the letters “E” and “F”:
American Sign Language Alphabet Mazes
We also learned how to sign each letter. My son still L-O-V-E-S this activity!! (We use our ABC magnets, which have been extremely useful.)
Alphabet Art Craftivities
We busted out our construction paper and did our alphabet art craftivities. These are probably my favorite letters in the alphabet – they both turned out so cute!! (Individual and classroom sets available.)
Spot and Dot Worksheets
Dabbers never go out of style in our house! Neither do these spot-and-dot worksheets! (You can buy dabbers here. I guarantee they’ll be a hit in your household!)
“I Spy” Letter Worksheets
These “I Spy” worksheets are another great dabber activity!
Color By Letter
I’m just accepting the fact that it’s my full-time job to color these for my daughter. She likes pointing out the letters and assigning the right color, but she doesn’t like coloring them in. (Honestly, I’m fine with it! It’s a pretty stress-relieving activity for me.)
These alphabet finds are another one of my children’s favorites! Another dabber activity!
Alphabet Coloring Pages
Do you have any fun “E” or “F” letter of the week activities? I’d love to hear about them! Just write in the comment section below!