This week we’re learning about the letter ‘P’. Here’s the alphabet box I used to introduce the letter. There are a lot of words that start with ‘p’ so this was an easy box to create! You can just find any items around the house to add to an alphabet box.
When we look through it together, we discuss the sound ‘p’ has and that each one of these items starts with ‘p’.
Here’s the sensory bin I introduced. It’s our pumpkin sensory bin!
It includes dry pinto beans, candy pumpkins, pumpkin erasers (Target), Letter ‘P’, and tractors
Both boys really loved playing in it. The beans were fun for the boys to feel and play with.
For those of you wondering what a sensory bin is, it’s basically a tool for children to learn about the world around them using their sense of touch by exploring different textures.
And they played with it after nap time (which is why they are without pants!)
do you use a different box for each letter?
Angela Thayer says
No, I reuse the same box.