Welcome to the 23st installment of our Letter of the Week series. We are just a three weeks away from finishing our series here and I hope you have enjoyed them as much as I have. Today I’m sharing some resources to help you teach the letter “W” to your kiddos today. This is one of the more difficult letters to find themes for, but some of them are super fun!
Some fun themes you might use to teach the Letter W are watermelon, water and weather just to name a few. Feel free to pick and choose from this what works for you and your child’s learning style!
Preschool Letter Worksheets: W
Capital Letter W Maze
Lowercase Letter w Maze
Romping & Roaring Letter W Pack
Bible Verse Printables: W is for Wait
Color by Letter: U-Z
Rhymes & Songs for Letter W
Wall-E Preschool Pack
Beginning Sounds W
Words that Start with W coloring page
Letter W Printable Pack
Letter W is for Window
W is for Walrus
W is for Whale Dot/Sticker Page
Color by Letter: W
Watermelon Mini Pack
Weather Tot & PreK-K Pack
Weather Coloring Pages
Westward Expansion Tot Pack
Westward Expansion Emergent Readers
Whale Printable pack
Whale Twins Matching
Beginning Sounds: W
W is for Weather
Letter W Worksheets
Letter W coloring page
Letter W Maze
Letter W – CVC printables
Letter W Coloring Pages
Get Ready for Reading: Letter W
Itsy Bitsy Letter W Book
Letter W Crafts by The Measured Mom
W is for Windsock
Paper Plate Walrus
Paper Plate Watermelon
W is for wagon
W is for Worms
Letter W is for Worms
30 Must Read Letter ‘W’ Books:
Wacky Wednesday by Theo LeSieg
What’s the Weather Like Today? by Rozanne Lanczak Williams
Mrs Wishy-Washy’s Farm by Joy Cowley
Mrs. McNosh Hangs up Her Wash by Sarah Weeks
A Weekend with Wendell by Kevin Henkes
Fruits and Vegetables like watermelon, water chestnut, watercress, wax apple, wolfberry and wasabi (maybe just as a visual, lol).
Other Letter W snacks include: walnuts, waffles, western omelette, Wisconsin cheese, wild rice, Wonder Bread, Whatchamacallit candy bars, whipped cream and wasa crackers to name a few.
W is for Water
Wiggly Worm Trail Mix
Letter Block letters are a great way to fill in with objects that begin with the letter being studied.
Want more ideas? Follow me on Pinterest and check out my Homeschool: Letter Ww board!
Annette has been married to her husband and best friend since 2003. Together they are raising their six children to follow the Lord’s will, no matter what. Annette longs for the day when she will meet her angel babies who have entered heaven before her. She enjoys creating UNIT STUDIES and FREE PRINTABLES for homeschool families. You can follow her crazy life at In All You Do where she blogs about homeschooling, homemaking and marriage while trying to maintain her sanity. She is also the owner of Thrifty Homeschoolers where she shares her tips on homeschooling without breaking the bank.
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