We had so much fun learning about the Letter B! Taking part in The Peaceful Preschool has been such an incredible blessing for our family, and we are excited to see what adventures this year will bring. After a lot thought and researching, I decided to take a Minimalistic Homeschool Approach and put together a Gentle Preschool Schedule that fit our family. We will be doing The Peaceful Preschool over the next year, where we will be stretching each unit into two weeks. For details on how that will work and why I made that decision, please check out the Planning + Prep Post that I wrote. In addition to the TPP resources, I will be offering free printables for each unit as well! Check out our Letter Units page for links to all of our free resources. Below are affiliate links for your convenience.
The girls then planted their own terrarium from My Garden Box in order to learn about taking responsibility for things. Rilynn’s job is to water it every day and make sure it’s getting sunshine.
We sorted blueberries by size and then transferred them to waffles.
We used our free printables to create a “B” bunny to go along with the book “The Runaway Bunny”
Both girls loved creating Blueberry Basket process art using paint and pom poms!
Rilynn used scented play dough to create “B’s” and review her “A’s” from last unit.
We spent a lot of time snuggling, reading and practicing writing strokes (alphabet board).
We had a bunny tea party filled with a ton of snacks, art and, of course, tea! (snack board + crayon holder from here)
Rilynn used wild rice to create her own textured bear and Rowan decided to color.
We had a lot of fun creating Symmetry Butterflies. Both girls painted one side of their butterflies and then we pressed them together!
I love how they turned out!
She painted her unit Bible Verse Card and then I attached the two halves to laminate and add to our Letter A verse on our book ring.
Lastly, I pulled out my childhood stencils, stickers and crayons and let her create her version of Creation. She spent almost an hour adding tons of animals and asked me to put it on the fridge when she was done (:
This was another great letter unit and I was so happy to see how much the girls learned. I encourage you to check out this Letter B Unit and all of the free printables I’ve created to go with it!