You may choose to walk through the alphabet in order from A-Z or you might decide you want to enjoy the letter activities in a different order. You may be interested in five days a week of learning activities, or might feel that two or three days of learning activities each week is currently a better fit for your child. This guide has been designed in such way that you have the freedom to choose.
To help you stay organized, I have included two different options for lesson plan templates – both designed with a five-senses approach to learning in mind. You are invited to print as many fill-in pages as you need – grabbing your ideas for activities/experiences from the A-Z Letter Pages and customizing your plans to fit your child’s needs.
Hear what others are saying about the
Five Senses Letter-a-Week Activity Guide:
This collection of ideas makes preschool doable! I would encourage anyone interested in preschool at home to buy it – It is worth every cent! – Cierra H.
My son is going to LOVE doing these kinds of activities! – Lisa H.
Now I don’t feel like I’m reinventing the wheel or spending my precious nap time doing SO much research for our “lessons”. Thank you for putting this together! – Julianne G.
This would also be great for preschoolers with special needs! – Shea S.
I had fully planned on going through and mapping out my whole year of activities, but when I looked through your book, you’ve already done that for me! Thank you for helping me fall in love with homeschooling without feeling overwhelmed. – Lauren H.