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Toddler & Preschool Alphabet Activities for Letter F

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 It has been such a great week of learning the Letter F. We have been firemen, fishermen, made funny faces, played with frogs, and even sized up everyone’s feet. What a fabulous week. Come and take a peek.
preschool alphabet activities for letter f, fireman, fish, feet, finger puppets and so much more. Hands on learning for toddlers and preschoolers.

Toddler & Preschool Alphabet Activities for Letter F

His tray area consisted of a Melissa and Doug fireman set, a basket of Finger puppets, a tray of fruit for color sorting, a puzzle (fish and frogs), a wooden pull frog with a frog book, and a basket of Leap Frog froggies and a frog blanket.
His tray of fruit with the letter f for color sorting.
We made funny faces
Yes, even mommy had to get into the funny face mask. He loved it, that’s what matters most.
Even big brother got into making funny faces
We did a what floats science activity with different F things that we had, and read a Baby Einstein book called What Floats.
He loved this activity, it’s always fun to play in water.
Spending time working with the letter F
Counting fish
He was very proud of his fish puzzle
 We had to go fishing in our bathtub. It consists of Blue water, boats, a jet ski, and lots of fish. He ended up swimming with the fish after 10 minutes of fishing.
By the middle of the week Little B had become a fireman.
Sizing everyone’s feet in the family. F is for Feet, we had everyone involved in this activity.
Little B compared his feet to everyone else’s.
He also put his fish in order by size.
Counting fish for our snack.
Baby Bell enjoyed a Finger puppet show
Little B really enjoyed the puppets, it was one of his favorite things this week.
Another day I set out a tray with the word fruit on it and 15 cards with different types of food,  it was his job to pick out the fruit. This was a good activity for teaching about healthy foods (nutrition).
Working on a puzzle with daddy
Last but not least we spent time bird watching with our feathers.
Believe it or not I was going to do a sensory box for the weekend filled with feathers, but by Friday he was ready to move on to the next letter. I think we were both F’d out. It was a great week of preschool learning and I am looking forward to starting letter G. I have some great surprises in store.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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