Preschool Letter H

When Connor was in preschool we were following along with Craft ABCs at Totally Tots.  When we got to H, instead of making a house we made "hat".  He was very much into hats. We read Hat by Paul Hoppe.  It was a 'perfect for Connor' book of a little boy, Henry, whom finds a hat and thinks of all that he can do with it - a sled, a boat, a mouse catcher, and on and on until it's returned to the rightful owner.

Now that Emma is in preschool, we pulled out our crafty H's (the little h was horse like at Totally Tots).  She already knows her phonetic alphabet, so we did many "H" things just for review.

She's really into Humpty Dumpty right now, and he happens to be perfect for H week.  ;)

We did a Humpty Dumpty craft from i heart crafty things.

It was a huge hit.

We read How to Hug, Too Tall Houses, and Hurry Up and Slow Down.

She stamped a "H" (from Confessions of a Homeschooler) with heart stamps, hippo stamp, and happy face stickers.

Always keep a look out for things in dollar stores and such.  I found those ↑ cute heart stampers and these ↓ cute wooden lacing cards were $1 in the Target $ bin!

We did H is for Hippo (and more links on the site's sidebar) from 1+1+1=1 and Hh Lessons from Raising Rockstars Preschool.  Emma loved cutting the hippos all by herself, then pasting them down.

We worked on hippo patterns with H is for Hippo at Confessions of a Homeschooler.

Also, for math, we did Hh is for Horse pattern blocks.

Emma often begs for more and more worksheets, so we did lots of printables from various places.

Letter H from Itsy Bitsy Learners

Alphabet do-a-dots (and so much more!!) from Homeschool Creations

"My Family My Home" mini pack by 2TeachingMommies

The Napping House by Aubry Wood
Napping House story props at KidzClub

Hungry Hungry Hippo game


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