Letter N was introduced in our BJU curriculum along with site words here and is. Mustang also learned about the 'in' word family with previously learned letters t and s, so we have tin, sin, and in. We also learned about periods.
She worked on the following worksheets:
N letter tracer from Confessions of a Homeschooler
N letter hunt from Confessions of a Homeschooler
N Cut & Paste from Homeschool Creations
N worksheet from Education.com
She also worked on a homemade tracer/copy work page to practice it is and here (before we introduced n).
For Preschool, we pulled out the N phonics box.
Nest, number nine, note, nickle, notebook, and necklace. It used to have a needle...not sure where it went! Thank God it was plastic!
N is for numbers-he put number stickers on lowercase n.
He 'wrote' N with the do-a-dots from Confessions of a Homeschooler. He had been doing the letter tracers with Mustang, but they seemed to hard for him, so we took a step back.
Sorted lower and uppercase N's (another from Confessions of a Homeschooler)
Located N's-from PreKinders,
and matched N puzzles from Alphabet Avenue.
He also built words with our vintage game.
Again following our Bob Jones Curriculum, we learned (or really reviewed for Mustang) numbers 6, 0, pictographs, and ordinal numbers first-fifth.
Coloring number six for our shape number books.
Mustang making an animal pictograph.
Charger putting together puzzles I made a couple years ago for Mustang.
To learn about ordinal numbers, Mustang did a few worksheets from Kids Learning Station. She looks so excited doesnt she?
Then put a story in order.
For Charger I made a game that you can read about (and download) here.
So, that was a portion of our week. Hopefully it can be helpful to you especially if you are looking for letter N resources in your homeschool.
God Bless and have a Happy Mother's Day!!
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