Alphabet Letter E Egg Theme
Preschool Lesson Plan Printable Activities and Worksheets
Letter E >
E is for Egg
Animals > Birds > Farm > Chicken > Eggs
Holidays and Events >
*March or April > Easter
*May > Nat'l Egg Month
Nursery Rhymes > Humpty Dumpty
Nutrition > Poultry and eggs
Seasons > Spring
Here are printable materials and some suggestions to present letter E (short sound). Review the themes column for complementary activities
What is an egg?
A round or oval object that contains a young bird, reptile, amphibian, fish, or other animal. Each egg includes food to help the developing animal grow. Bird and reptile eggs have shells. Some kinds of eggs are used as food by people and other animals, such as chicken eggs.
Eggs theme lesson plan activities, crafts:
Learn about eggs, chicken, the egg hatching process, online picture book, nutrition and more.
Alphabet Activity: Letter E is for Egg
Present and display the poster and distribute your choice of coloring page for a first introduction for younger children or extended handwriting practice tracer for advanced Pre-K and higher.
* Finger and Handwriting Tracing:
Trace letter E's in upper and lower case with your index finger as you also sound out the letter. Invite the children to do the same on their coloring page or tracer.
Encourage the children to trace the dotted letter, and explain the direction of the arrows and point to the numbers with arrows that help them trace the letter correctly. Count out loud as you trace so children become aware of how the number order aids them in the writing process.
*Find the letter E's: Have the children find all the letter E's in upper and lower case on the coloring page or extended tracer and encourage them to circle or trace/shade them first.
Present the Letter E Activity Worksheet and Mini-Book Program
Read suggested instructions for using the worksheet and mini-book.
Display letter posters and coloring pages or assemble a letter E classroom book with letter E Printable Activities.
Children ages 4+
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