Monster School – Letter Gg

Letter Gg

Books We Read

Gossie and Gertie by Olivier Dunrea

Gideon by Olivier Dunrea

Goodnight Goon by Michael Rex

Oh, No! Not Ghosts! by Richard Michelson

Gus to Go: Spanish (Android | IOS)

 

Artwork

Gg - Gallery Wall Numbered - sm

 

 

1 – Hand print Giraffe

Gg - Handprint Giraffe 01

 

2 – Glitter Glue Artwork

Gg - Glitter Glue Art 01

We are making an alphabet book, with inspiration from HERE.

Gg - Glitter Glue Art 02 sm

3 – G Grass

Gg - G Grass 01

I got the idea for these HERE.

 

4 – Giraffe Coloring Page

Gg - Giraffe Coloring Page 01

 

Found through a Google search HERE.

5 – Dot Marker Ff 

Gg - Dot Marker Gg

I made a set of these for the entire alphabet in Word with “WordArt.” The font is Century Gothic.

 

6 – Foot print Ghost

Gg - Footprint Ghosts 01

 

 

Activities

Glitter Goo

Gg - Glitter Goo 01 sm

I made the standard Goo/Slime mixture with equal parts white school glue, liquid starch, and warm water. I just use the glue bottle to measure the equal parts.We added A LOT of glitter (to stick on theme and because it was fun).

Gg - Glitter Goo 05 sm

Gg - Glitter Goo 04 sm

Gg - Glitter Goo 03 smI also gave Grace a handful of googlie eyes to add to the goo – for Halloween and fun.

Gg - Glitter Goo 02 sm

 

Cheesecloth Ghost

The reason that we had liquid starch on hand was for this project. I had wanted to create one of these ghosts for a while and thought that the squirt bottle use would be good motor skills for Grace. She LOVED it.

Gg - Cheesecloth Ghost 02 sm

Gg - Cheesecloth Ghost 01 sm

 

And she did a very good job.

Gg - Cheesecloth Ghost 03 sm

 

Counting Ghosts

I made this simple project with hand-drawn houses and some ghost stickers. I would tell Grace how many ghosts belonged in each house and then we would count, together, to get the answer.

Gg - Ghost Counting 02 sm

Gg - Ghost Counting 01 sm

 

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