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It’s time for another installment of the preschool letter of the week! I took a week off last week for another series, but I am back!! Today we are all about the Preschool Letter G activities! Letter G has lots of theme options. Here are a few ideas for you: Goose, Garden, Gumball, Globe, Guitar, Grapes, Gems, Giraffe, Gift, Gorilla, Goat, Grasshopper, Gate, & Girl.
My preschool letter G printable pack is full of 19 pages of printable pages to use in teaching the letter G. It has cutting pages, tracing pages, mazes, letter puzzles, coloring pages, letter matching and identifying pages, and more! It covers both lower case and upper case letters.
Preschool Letter G Books
Read some lovely books to get kids excited about things that start with the letter G! This list of books will do just that! There is sure to be something to fit your theme and your kids’ interests.
Good Night Gorilla by Peggy Rathman
Giraffe’s Can’t Dance by Giles Andreae
The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson
Good Night Moon by Margaret Wise Brown
Giggle Giggle Quack by Doreen Cronin
The Spiffiest Giant in Town by Julia Donaldson
Go Dogs Go by P.D. Eastman
Are You a Grasshopper? by Judy Allen
Curious George by H.A. Rey
Goldilocks and the Three Bears by James Marshall
Goldilocks & the Three Dinosaurs by Mo Willems
Three Billy Goats Gruff by Stephen Carpenter
Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett
The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein
Grizzwold by Syd Hoff
G is for Galaxy by Cathy Collison
G is for Goat by Patricia Polacco
Up in the Garden and Down in the Dirt by Kate Messner
The Real Mother Goose by Blanche Fisher Wright
Duck & Goose by Tad Hills
Preschool Letter G Craft: G is for Globe
This cute letter G craft is a globe on regular paper overplayed with a transparency sheet with a G printed on it. Just color in the globe and lay the G over the top and staple together.
Preschool Letter G Snack: Gummy Gems
Make some healthy dummies for your special preschool letter G snack. We made ours with a gem mold to add another G element to the mix!
To make these fresh fruit gummies:
4 Cups of diced watermelon (or other juicy fruit)
2 Tbsp honey
5 packets of unflavored gelatin
1/4 c. lemon juice
Blend the watermelon in a blender and strain it through a fine sieve to remove the thick pulp. Take all but one cup of the juice and heat to almost boiling. Pour the gelatin into the other 1 cup of juice and mix well. Add in the remaining ingredients and combine the two bowls. Pour into molds and chill.
We used small shaped silicone ice cube molds for ours. I have a gem shaped one and a star onestar one we used this time.
See more preschool letter of the week posts!
Letter A, Letter B, Letter C, Letter D, Letter E, Letter F
Want to Download the Preschool Letter G Activity Pack?
This is available in my shop as part of my Letter of the Week Bundle. Try it out first with the Letter A pack– it is always free!
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