“Always be yourself. Unless you can be a unicorn. Then always be a unicorn.”
My girls are crazy about unicorns right now! Ellie actually asked for unicorn lessons… hehehe. So we jumped all the way to the letter U to accommodate. How could I not? ;)
Here Ellie is working on her counting / number line. I had her count how many things were on each card and place them in order on a rug.
Then she did it all by herself, hanging the cards on clothes pins.
What’s that sound?
First: Identify the objects on the cards, the letters and their sounds.
Then have them match the beginning letter/sound.
For example: I asked Neesa, “What letter makes the “kuh” sound for cloud?” She found the “C” and placed it below the cloud card.
Sight Word Review:
I printed these images out, glued them to sticks, and used them for sight word practice.
Ellie picked two cards and added the stars together.
(The star beads were actually for necklaces but I realized, while we were counting, that the beads would be helpful!)
Here’s the unicorn headband tutorial that I found online - http://thejuise.blogspot.com/2012/01/make-unicorn-horn-flower-crown.html
And here is the packet – U is for Unicorn