Letter of the Week – Letter G



Fortunately, grandpa and grandma visited this week (G people!).  I took full advantage and had them do the more hands on activities, while I was with the baby. These would not have otherwise gotten done.  Thanks, mom and dad! 🙂

Day 1

  1. Find g stickers and put on G
  2. Color and assemble letter G book
  3. Go through our books and get G books
  4. Put out G words (garbage can, guitar, glass…I highly recommend using masking or painting tape so nothing is ruined when you pull it off)
  5. Video: Olive and the Rhyme Rescue Crew

Day 2

  1. Fill in G outline and g outline with: grass and I was going to use glitter, but she said she wanted to write g’s, before I could suggest it.  I figured that was easier on me. 🙂 (other options: glitter, green, grey, gold, gold glitter)
  2. Play grocery store with sticker and prices and her piggy bank money
    IMG_1957This is how she set it up.  I forgot to ask why the money was in front of it. 🙂
  3. Activity sheet 1
  4. Activity sheet 2
  5. Video: Get Squiggling-Letter G

 Day 3

  1. Golf (with a broken Strawberry Shortcake kid’s golf club and a random ball…my grandpa would be appalled! 🙂 )
  2. Play gas station (I suggested she get something to take outside for putting gas in the “cars.”  She came out with a stuffed dog and said it was a “gas spitting dog.” Lol!)
  3. Activity sheet 3
  4. Activity Sheet 4
  5. Video: The Letter G

Day 4

  1. Gallop around
  2. Letter to friend whose name starts with G
  3. Make a guitar – block of wood, four parallel nails she hammers in, and rubber bands.
  4. Starfall Computer Activity
  5. Song: Go for G
  6. Song: Gimme G!

Day 5

  1. Gather up any toys (animals are especially great for this) that start with the letter.  Create a centerpiece and display the items.  Apparently we do not have a lot of “G” items in our house: giraffe, green candle, gate, gardner, grandpa, granddaughter
  2. G dinner
    Appetizers: gherkins, gruyere and goat cheese (and crackers)
    Dinner: Green salad, gnocchi (with green pesto)–had a good conversation about silent letters 🙂
    Dessert: Grapes
  3. Other options: (garlic bread, German chocolate cake, Glazed donuts, green vegetables, gingerbread, gravy, grits, gorgonzola, garam masala, garbanzo beans, ganache, gazpacho, ginger ale, ginger snaps, goose, gooseberry pie, graham crackers, goulash, grape fruit, granola, greek yogurt, grilled____ , ground beef, gummy bears, gyros, gumbo, guacamole)
  4. Bible Story: Gideon

Letter F post and Letter H Post

All Letter of the Week Posts

Click here for Alphabet Pinterest Board

To see more themes and what my three year old learned this year, click here.








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