Each week I'll give you 2 to 3 (sometimes more!) activities, books, crafts, or songs that you can do with each letter!
This week is the letter Q!
Items that could go in a Q Mystery box!
Q's cut from card stock (or thick paper)
Pass out Q's to each child (or have a helper pass them out for you)
Allow the children to glue quinoa all over their Q's
I Like Q
Q is for queen with a crown on her head,
Q is for quilt that covers my bed.
Q is for questions I like asking,
Q is for ducklings' quack-quack-quacking.
Q is for quarter and quick and quill,
I like Q and I always will.
Show the children what a quill looks like with one that you made.
Allow the children to cut the tips of feathers or cut it for them.
Show them how to dip their feather into some ink and write with it.
Make Your Own Quilt
Provide each child with a piece of thick paper, glue, and pieces of fabric cut into squares.
Encourage the children to make their own "quilt" by gluing the squares of fabric to the pieces of paper.
More Q Fun
Find the queens in a deck of cards.
Examine quarters with a magnifying glass.
Quack the number of times that are shown on a number card.
Cut food into quarters (apples, pie, oranges, etc.).
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