Sunday, January 22, 2012

Letter U and V Workboxes


These are our  Workboxes for this week!  We are now doubling up on the last letters of the alphabet!  This week is Letter U and V and Number 21 and 22 work.
To get the links and resources and to see the work in action, visit our Letter U and V week from last year HERE!


Review cards, Sandpaper Tactile Letters for finger tracing, U and V sound with LeapFrog Fridge Magnets, practice writing U and V and numbers 21 and 22 in the salt box.  Using U, V, 21, and 22 alphabet wipe-off cards and number wipe-off cards.


Writing practise with the large letters and wipe-off markers, driving on road U and V, and building U and V with the Letter Builders.


Push pin poking U and V, laminated Pre-Writing Skills booklet and Numbers Practice booklet using the wipe-off markers.



Alphie the robot learning U and V,  Bingo Dabbing U and V pages, and using the different sized circle magnets to complete the pictures on the metal baking pan.



Spelling umbrella and valentine with the letter tiles, and putting umbrella cards and heart cards in size order. 


Umbrella puzzle, matching shape cards, and a Valentine Counting Practice booklet with number answer cards.


Pattern worksheets, and using heart beads to mark the answers in the Valentine Graphing booklet.  After graphing, Butterfly can use the new heart beads to make a necklace and bracelet as well!


 Colouring sheets and colour by number, and an Umbrella Grid Game- I'll have Butterfly use these new mini tongs to pick up the plastic ice cubes to mark the game, to throw in some more eye hand coordination and fine motor skill work.



Clipboard work, which include all these worksheets on U and V.


Letter Find worksheets and work from the Letter of the Week curriculum.




Scavenger Hunts, finding items around the house that start with U and V.  Counting raindrop cards with answer number cards.  We'll be using our Straight and Curved Lines File Folder Game, as the letter U is a curved line and Letter V has straight lines.


3 comments:

  1. Great workboxes! I am just starting homeschooling our 3 year old and I love ideas of things to include.

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