We talked about the letter A and what it looked like.
Then we decided to do a dot-to-dot worksheet. A is for Alien.
Chyenne did amazingly well at this project...even though she snuck several M&Ms before she completed her letters.
Since I had laminated the large A's, we were able to use dry-erase markers to outline/trace the letter.
Here's our list so far: apple, ant, astronaut, airplane, acrobat, aprocot, art, animals, aligator, alien, amazing, awesome, air, allowed, ask, answer, arrow, Aunt, Ashley (specifically Aunt Ashley)...
Maybe she can think of some more today.
On the agenda for the rest of the week? Art with A's, lace and trace, science with things that start with A, A scavenger hunt, more writing practice, word practice, more counting and maybe a little math skills. I also hope to work in a couple of bible lesson, weather, day of the week, month, year, and American pride (pledge). She's excited and so am I. Cohen will enjoy it too, I'm sure.