Letter of the Week A-Z Series: Q is for Queen

We are on our alphabet adventure again, this time with the letter Q. We made a letter craft fit for a queen and played a…

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We are on our alphabet adventure again, this time with the letter Q. We made a letter craft fit for a queen and played a treasure themed math activity full of jewels and gold coins any queen would love to have in their treasure room. (The math activity would also work for a king or pirate). Two free printables are included in today’s post.  

Q is for Queen Activities

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Q is for Queen Craft

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Free PrintableQ is for Queen Craft
Objectives:  Letter Q recognition, Creativity, Fine motor skills
Age Group: Preschool
Supplies:
Craft paper
Glue
Scissors

Directions:

1.  Print the pattern on craft paper using one color for the first page, and a different color for the second page.

2.  Have child cut out the parts of the letter Q and glue them together (circle and small rectangle).

3.  Have child glue the top of the scepter ( circle) on the top of the rectangle, and the crown onto the Q. You can also glue the whole craft to a piece of paper for a background if you would like. 

Treasure Math Game

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Free PrintableTreasure Math Game
Objectives:  Beginning addition
Age Group: Preschool
Supplies:
Dice
6 Small objects for jewels (we used rhinestones)
6 Small objects for coins (we used chocolate gold coins)

Directions:

I need to remember to use jewels more often, because this girl loved them!

1.  Print the Treasure Math Game Printable and place the jewels on top of the picture of jewels and the gold on top of the picture of gold.
2.  Have child roll the dice and count out the same number of jewels and place them on the gray circle below the pile.
3.  Have child roll the dice and count out the same number of gold coins and place them in the gray circle below the pile.
4.  Move the objects one at a time from the gray circles into the treasure box (brown rectangle) while counting them to find the total.

We also used number cards to put out so we could say the math equation once we were done counting (5 jewels plus 4 coins = 9 treasures)  

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Love, Katie & the Kiddos

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