Letter H Activities for Preschool
by Jamie Hinckley on Jan 20, 2012 2
Yep, my turn to teach preschool again. We had a lot of fun learning H! There are a lot of things you can do with the letter H since Hand print starts with H. However, I feel like I have done the hand print projects to death lately so I went another direction.
We talked about our Hearts and how to take care of our bodies. The kids seemed to enjoy it. We did a couple different projects this week.
Decorating the letter H with hearts
This was really simple, but is great for fine motor development. The hearts are small so they had to work to pick them up and glue them on. I used a heart hole puncher sort of like this one to make the hearts. I got mine at Michaels for a under $5 though. I scrap book a lot and slowly like to build up my stash of supplies.
The kids are in the process of making their own alphabet book. Each week we learn a new letter and do a couple crafts to represent that letter. They all have their own binders full of plastic sleeve protectors to store their projects in alphabetical order. When we finish all our letters they will have their own little book to review their letters.
Preschool Letter H Activity – Paint A Heart
Here is the other project we did for the alphabet book for letter H. It is pretty self explanatory. They kids loved it… really anything involving paint is a big hit with the kids.
About Jamie Hinckley
I am a mom of three crazy boys! We love life, play hard, and ALWAYS get messy! Life is busy and full of fun, jumping, crashing, skinned knees, rough housing, torn jeans, scratches, but most of all LOVE. Yes, life is crazy. Actually its completely nuts, but I wouldn't change a thing! We love life and can't wait for our next adventure... and one day, possibly a little girl! Haha!
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