Letter of the Week – Letter L


This week was a busy one for me.  Not that I did anything, but there was a lot of baby caring for and less letter L caring about. 🙂

Day 1

  1. Find l stickers and put on L
  2. Color and assemble Letter L Book (I only printed off three image pages)
  3. Go to library and get L books
  4. Starfall Computer Activity
  5. Song: L Song

Day 2

  1. Fill in L outline and l outline with: drew lions and “L” stamp (leaves, lace, lasagna noodles, lemon prints: use cut fruit for stamp with yellow paint, lime prints: use cut fruit for stamp with green paint)
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  2. Put out L words (lamp, light, light switch, lantern…I highly recommend using masking or painting tape so nothing is ruined when  you pull it off)
  3. Created Lego with her dad
  4. Video: Olive and the Rhyme Rescue Crew

Day 3

  1. Letter to “L” person
  2. Light: count how many lights we have and create a graph.  I was going to do a tally graph like we did last time.  So I had her draw a light and a lamp.  Then she decided she wanted to draw lights and lamps each time rather than tally marks. Then we counted them all up and she wrote the total at the bottom.
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  3. Activity Sheet 1
  4. Activity Sheet 2
  5. Video: Get Squiggling

Day 4

  1. Leg lifts (the ones done while laying on your side…surprisingly difficult for her.)
  2. Play Chutes and Ladders (we have the old version linked here…it is great for a conversation on natural consequences. 🙂 )
  3. Activity Sheet 3
  4. Activity Sheet 4
  5. Video: Sesame Street Letter L

Day 5

  1. Gather up any toys (animals are especially great for this) that start with the letter.  Create a centerpiece and display the items.
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  2. L dinner
    Appetizers: Latkes (bought frozen ones from Trader Joe’s – in the breakfast section)
    Dinner: Lo Mein (Super easy and not all that authentic 🙂 ) Here’s the recipe. (we used regular green beans, not sugar snap peas)Screen shot 2015-06-15 at 1.53.52 PM
    Dessert: Lemon bars (bought frozen ones from Trader Joe’s)(other options: lemonade, lettuce wraps,lasagna, left overs, lettuce, lentils, lentil soup, lima beans, limes, lemons, leeks, linguini, lemon bars, lemon curd, lady fingers)
  3. Bible Story: Lazarus, Leah, Lot, Lucifer, Luke

Letter K Post and Letter M Post

All Letter of the Week Posts

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To see more themes and what my three year old learned this year, click here.

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