Letter of the week is Cc.

For the letter Cc I made a poster and a simple match the picture with the correct word activity. For my youngest (age 2) the posters are helpful to introduce the concept of letter sounds. It also allows the chance to discuss similarities and differences. For example a cat, caterpillar, and cow are all animals which makes them similar. While carrots, cookies, and cupcakes are all similar because they are foods. The matching activity works as a review for my oldest (age 6) that already knows the alphabet and letter sounds. She’s currently learning to read. The matching activity allows her additional exposure to reading and sounding out words outside of her own school lessons.

Placed within a dry erase pocket to reuse.

In addition to the poster and worksheets I made a coloring page that went along with the letter Cc. Cc is for cat. I often write simple sentences for beginner readers to add in additional reading time outside of my oldest daughters reading lessons.

For a letter Cc activity that doesn’t need to be printed out you can simply draw a capital and lowercase C on a piece of paper. Point to the Big C and explain to the child that this is a capital C. Then point to the small c and say this is a lowercase c. Then explain that each letter has a a big and small version. You can allow the child to use paint, markers, crayons etc. to trace the upper and lowercase Cc. For additional letter Cc writing practice check the dollar store it is a great place to find handwriting practice books amongst other various workbooks.

Tracing the letter Cc using paint.

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Items pictured above are helpful toys and books my husband and I use with our daughters to recognize the letters of the alphabet.

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