Over 75 resources for teaching the Letter J



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Welcome to the tenth installment of our Letter of the Week series. Today I’m sharing resources to help you teach the letter “J” to your kiddos. Remembering and making letters stick can be difficult for little ones, so these fun printables, activities, crafts, recipes and books can make a world of difference.
Over 75 resources to help you teach the Letter J to your little ones! FREE printables, crafts, activities, read alouds and recipes!! :: www.homeschoolgiveaways.com

Some fun themes you might use to teach the Letter J are Jelly/Jam, Jellyfish, Jell0, Jungle, Johnny Appleseed, Jets and Jumping just to name a few. Feel free to pick and choose what works for you and your child’s learning style!

FREE Printables:

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Preschool Letter Worksheets: J
Capital Letter J Maze
Lowercase Letter j Maze
J is for Jeep
Color by Letter Printables
Johnny Appleseed Pack
Itsy Bitsy Book Letter J
J is for Jet Handwriting & Color page
J is for Juice
J is for Jesus
Letter J Worksheet
J is for Jesus printables

Crafts:

J Crafts by The Measured Mom
Jack & the Beanstalk Craft
Handprint Jellyfish
Paper bag Jellyfish
Coffee filter Jellyfish
J is for Jingle Bells
J is for Jam craft
J is for Jungle

Activities:

Jelly bean Science
Jumping J’s
Scratch & Sniff Jello Painting
J is for Jumping Experiment
Jello Jewels Jar
J is for Jello Sensory Activity
Jellyfish in a Jar

YouTube Videos:
Letter J Song
Learn about the Letter J (interactive video)
J Friends (Sesame Street)

34 Must Read Letter ‘J’ Books:

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Sheep in a Jeep by Nancy Shaw
Jump by Scott Fischer
Berries to Jelly by Inez Snyder
Oranges to Orange Juice by Inez Snyder
Jellyfish by Carol Lindeen

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The Tale of Jemima Puddle-duck by Beatrix Potter
Jellyfish by Lloyd Douglas
Jacob’s Tree by Holly Keller
Joey Runs Away by Jack Kent
Jack’s Garden by Henry Cole

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Norma Jean, Jumping Bean by Joanna Cole
No Jumping on the bed by Tedd Arnold
Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed by Eileen Christelow
The Giant Jam Sandwich by John Vernon
The Jolly Postman by Allan Ahlberg

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Jesus Storybook Bible by Sally Lloyd-Jones
If I were a Jellybean by Dodd Inglesby Ferrelle
How Many Jelly Beans? by Andrea Menotti
Jeremy Kooloo by Tim Mahurin
Jump! The Sound of J by Cynthia Fitterer Klingel

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Peanut Butter and Jelly by Nadine Bernard Westcott
Jamberry by Bruce Degen
The Jet Alphabet Book by Jerry Pallotta
Jeepers Creepers: A Monstrous ABC by Laura Leuck
A Yellow Jellow, What did you say? by J. Kaylin

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Jack and Jill by Kate Willis-Crowley
ABC Jigsaw Book by Heather Amery
Jesus Saves the World by Zondervan
Just Me and my Mom by Mercer Mayer
Just Me and my Dad by Mercer Mayer

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Josephine wants to Dance by Jackie French
Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Let’s Get Jumping! by Melinda LaRose
Journey by Aaron Becker
Jungle Fun by Peter Lawson

Recipes:

Fruits and Vegetables like Jujube, Jicama, Jackfruit and Jaboticaba.
Other Letter J snacks include: Juice (any flavor), Jelly/Jam,  Jello pudding cups, Jalapeno Poppers, Jello Jigglers, Jujubes and Jelly beans to name a few.
Jellyfish Hotdogs
Jellybean Trail Mix
Jolly Rancher Lollipops
Juicy Jiggly Cups
Jolly Jellyfish

Try some of these Juicing recipes during your Letter J studies!

Other great resourcesThe_Preschool_Journey_Book_Cover-3D-720x1024

Letter a Day activities

Letter Block letters are a great way to fill in with objects that begin with the letter being studied.

Letter of the Week Lesson Plans from Meet Penny.
Sesame Street Alphabet Letter Coloring Pages
Alphabet Coloring Pages

Animal Letter Flash Cards

Beginning Letter Sounds Activity Cards

I Spy Alphabet Slime Recipe
Alphabet Sensory Bin Ideas
Dot Sticker Pages A to Z

Want more ideas? Follow me on Pinterest and check out my Homeschool: Letter Jj board!



Written by Annette Breedlove

Annette Breedlove

Annette has been married to her husband and best friend for 11 years. Together they are raising their four children to follow the Lord’s will, no matter what. Annette longs for the day when she will meet her 5 angel babies who have entered heaven before her. She enjoys creating UNIT STUDIES with FREE PRINTABLES (more coming soon) for homeschool families and she gets her scrapbooking fix in by making Subway Art for herself and her readers. You can follow her crazy life at In All You Do where she blogs about homeschooling, gluten- and grain-free recipes, homemaking, the occasional DIY projects and maintaining her sanity. You can also keep up with her via Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest.

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