- Glue packing peanuts on the Pp Poster.
- Paint with purple or pink paint.
- Place or draw palm trees on the Pp poster.
Pom Pom Pattern:
- Using pink and purple pom poms, create a pattern around the Pp Poster. If you have an assortment of pom pom colors, the activity of picking out only the pink and purple pom poms becomes a great fine motor and visual perception/sorting activity.
- Use left over puzzle pieces on the Pp Poster.
- Find a pinecone. Roll it in purple paint and roll on the Pp poster. (Because the pinecone is prickly and may feel funny in the child's hand, this may be difficult - but a good activity - for sensory sensitve children.)
- Paste paper, popcorn, pumpkin seeds, peanut shells, or pipe cleaners on the Pp Poster.
- Paint using a potato.
- Make "p's" with pipecleaners.
My "p" Book - by Jane Belk Moncure - Create a sound box of items found around your home. Be sure to use the phonetic sound of the letter and not just the letter name when reading the book. When we come to a letter, I have my child read the phonetic sound of each letter.
P Is for Pumpkin: God's Harvest Alphabet
Miss Spider's Tea Party: The Counting Book
The Pigeon Wants a Puppy
Pat the Bunny
Harold and the Purple Crayon
Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes
Mr. Putter & Tabby Pick the Pears
Mr. Putter & Tabby Paint the Porch
Hop on Pop
What Do People Do All Day
- Potato chips, potato, pringles
- Pumpkin bread
- Purple plums, purple grapes
- Poptart, Popcorn, pop
- Peanut butter, peanuts
- Pawprint cookies, Pilgrim Cookies
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