The dinosaurs were definitely stomping around on some grass back in the Jurassic era. So today as we teach our Lil’ Explorers about the letter G, we will do so by teaching them that G is for Grass.
This letter of the week activity will engage your Lil’ in literacy and sensory fun as they play with our crinkle basket grass.
Grab a FREE copy of the G is for Grass template HERE.

Lil’ Explorers Focus Skills

Reading

  • Can identify all capital letters and some sounds (G)

Visual Arts

  • Use visual arts to represent people, places, and things, using spatial awareness to coordinate the features of the representation
  • Explore the use of materials in a variety of different ways

Fine Motor Skills

  • Coordinate the use of arms, hands, and fingers together to manipulate objects with increasing accuracy
  • Engage in activities that require hand-eye coordination

Required Materials

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*White Paper

G is for Grass template

*Markers

*Construction Paper

*Glue

*Basket Filler

*Scissors

Step #1
Print and cut out our G is for Grass template. We chose to print it on green construction paper.
Step #2
Glue the G to the white paper.
Step #3
Apply glue to the entire G.
Step #4
Cover up all the glue with green crinkly basket filler. That will serve as our grass.
Step #5

Label the paper G is for a Grass.

Teacher Tip

You may need to play with the “grass” a little after you have glued it down so that it sticks to the glue and makes the G shape. That way you do not have too many straggler pieces ruining your G shape.

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