- Find q stickers and put on Q
- Color and assemble Letter Q Book
- Go to library and get q books
- Video: Olive and the Rhyme Rescue Crew
- Fill in Q Outline and q Outline with: quilt pieces and question marks (Other options: q-tips, queens, quarter rubbings)
- Talked about quintuplets — #5, look at pictures, pretend have five babies
- She used her pie pieces from P Week and we talked about a quarter of it being 1/4.
- Video: Get Squiggling!
- Walk around like a duck quacking
- Did a questions game — ask questions was basically it. Haha!
- Make a quilt — Lego one (with a queen on it 🙂 )
- Starfall computer activity
- Activity Sheet 1
- Activity Sheet 2
- Video: Sesame Street and the Letter Q
- Quietly and loudly – clapping, screaming, yelling, stomping, singing
- Pretended to be a queen. She used her crown from K Week when she was a King Queen. 🙂
- Activity Sheet 3
- Activity Sheet 4
- Song: QU
- Gather up any toys (animals are especially great for this) that start with the letter. Create a centerpiece and display the items.
- Q dinner
Dinner: Quiche (crustless quiche, which my husband said is a frittata, but we’ll just call it quiche) I basically just fried up a ton of ground beef and put in broccoli and a bunch of spices that I don’t remember right now. It was super delicious! I should’ve written it down.
Dessert: Q Cookies (After making this quiche, I was out of eggs, so I used this recipe! They turned out pretty good. Crumbly, but good.) She used frosting to make Q’s (really good fine motor skill activity!)
(Other food options: quail, quesadillas, queen’s bread, quinoa, Q shaped ______)
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.