Put letter B and b (cursive and manuscript) on 12 circle stickers. Hide them in a room. Once she finds them, she puts them on letter B outline. (I used printed ones for this, but they were too big. By the letter D, I just made small handwritten letters on card stock to put the stickers on).
Letter B book (I only chose three of the pages I thought she would like most.)
Have a BBQ
Make a bird out of a paper plate and glue feathers on it. (regular paper plate folded in half, put a beak and feet on it.)
Make a bead butterfly and bracelets (pipe cleaners/chenille sticks with beads) This kept her busy for a very long time. She did it a few times during the week. I thought I had a picture of the butterfly, but I don’t. It was two bracelets tied together with another pipe cleaner. (See picture above for image for bracelet.)
Play with a ball (kicking and catching)
Have a bug bath (Got all the plastic bugs she had and threw them in the bath.)
Put up labels for B words around the house (basket, ball, bed, bassinet, book). She did this. She loves doing this. I’d recommend using masking tape and not putting it on windows.
Play with bubbles: Put out a bucket with dish soap and and a whisk
Dinner: broccoli, bread (pita), beef kofta (I know, doesn’t look very pretty, but it’s delicious!)
Dessert: Blueberry Cobbler
(Other food options: biscuits, beans, brussel sprouts, butternut squash, beef, brownies, bacon, burritos, banana, banana pudding, beef stew, broccoli salad, bok choy, bacon, buffalo wings, bagels, brownies, baklava, bologna, bbq, bratwurst, brown rice, baked beans)
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More ideas at my Alphabet Pinterest Board
To see more themes and what my three year old learned this year, click here.