Letter Q Printables, Books, & More

I am teaching young children again! Not my own children this time, but the children of a very good friend. See our original post about this new adventure here. One of the ways I plan to share with the parents of the kids I am teaching is through the use of Google Slides. I am creating slides to show what we are using so they can see and also so they can easily share with friends. In addition to sharing with them, I will be sharing with you!

 

Looking for previous letter posts?

Letter Q Plans

You can see our plans for LETTER Q here! You’ll find direct links to things we are using, and other links to help plan a Letter Q unit! I decided to use Google Slides so I can update them easily in the future if needed! Click here or on the image below to see all of the activities we used, our lesson plans, and links to everything!

Letter Q Books

I am also creating book collections for each letter so I remember to pull out certain books each week! Planning like this in advance really helps me remember all of my ideas! As I get older, the ideas vanish at times!

Here is a link to our Letter Q Books! I will be using books we own as well as books from the library when able.

 

FAQ

Why are we doing a letter-of-the-week approach?

Honestly, to keep my brain in order. Going from A to Z and focusing on a letter at a time helps me stay organized. Now, we won’t ONLY be focusing on that letter. This is just a simple way to have fun with letters and sounds through printable activities, hands-on items, and books!

What grade/age is this appropriate for?

I am not big on labeling kids between the ages of 3-6 because they are all so different! Tot School, Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten have what I call “blurry lines” and a child doesn’t always fit into a specific grade. The plans I am sharing are appropriate for kids who are learning letters, and basic early childhood skills {rhyming, opposites, basic K math skills, colors, shapes, patterns, etc.}. When you follow along with us, you’ll see how I am working with my students at their own pace, rather than identifying a specific grade level. It is a mix of Pre-K and Kindergarten and will progress as needed. Much of what I create is labeled “Kindergarten” but is appropriate for many younger and even older kids. Use our assessment to guide your choices. Feel free to adjust and choose activities based on where YOUR child is at rather than what GRADE they should be in! That’s the beauty of homeschool!

Will we use the same activities each week, for each letter?

No! If I find my students don’t like a particular activity, I will probably choose something else {unless it is something I feel is absolutely necessary}. There are SO many options, many I have created myself, but they don’t need to do every single letter Q printable out there. That’s silly. I will choose several based on what I think they will enjoy and will meet them at their level. It may change from week to week and you’ll be able to see what we use in our Google Slides for each letter, which I plan to post about as we move along!

Is this all we are doing?

No! Our themes will be based on our Kindergarten Literature Units.  We will also be doing a few other things, which you can see in the Google Slides! In addition to sharing our plans {like this post}, I am also writing posts after each week is complete. Stay tuned for Letter P in action!

Finish the Picture ~ M-R

Finish the Picture M, N, O, P, Q, R

Finish the Picture Drawing Printables are a fun and simple way to encourage creativity in drawing with a bit of support by providing a traceable outline to get a child started.

Here’s an example of before and after.

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As you can see I scaled the pages down to print half sheets.  See how to do that here!

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Letters M, N, O, P, Q and R are free to download here and other free sets will be coming. If you want all of them you can grab the full set here in my Teacher’s Notebook Shop.

Finish drawing a moose, a necklace, an octopus, a penguin, a quilt and a rabbit!

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Download M, N, O, P, Q, R for free here!

Grab the entire set here in my Teacher’s Notebook Shop

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Drawing Tutorial Printables M through R

Let's Draw Printables - M, N, O, P, Q, R

We have a new set of Let’s Draw A-Z Printables for you! Letters M, N, O, P, Q and R are free to download here and other free sets will be coming. If you don’t want to wait, you can grab the full set here in my Teacher’s Notebook Shop.

Each page features a heading which can be colored, the drawing tutorial, and a space for drawing. The space is at the bottom of the page so you can easily trim it off to just keep your child’s drawing. Let’s Draw a monkey, nightingale, owl, penguin, quail, and rabbit!

Monkey Drawing Tutorial Nightingale Drawing TutorialOwl Drawing Tutorial Penguin Drawing TutorialQuail Drawing Tutorial Rabbit Drawing Tutorial

Download M, N, O, P, Q, R for free here!

Grab the entire set here in my Teacher’s Notebook Shop 

Let's Draw A to Z

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Looking for more ABC ideas, check out our ABC Pinterest board here!

Follow {1plus1plus1} Carisa’s board ABC Ideas on Pinterest.

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Animal Alphabet Coloring Pages M-R

Animal Alphabet Coloring Printables M through R

We have a new set of Animal Alphabet Coloring Printables for you! Letters M through R are free to download here and other free sets will be coming. If you don’t want to wait, you can grab the full set here in my Teacher’s Notebook Shop.

Each letter features an animal and a fun coloring picture to go along. M is for mouse, N is for narwhal, O is for owl, P is for penguin, Q is for quail and R is for rhino!

M is for Mouse Coloring Page N is for Narwhal Coloring PageO is for Owl Coloring Page P is for Penguin Coloring PageQ is for Quail Coloring Page R is for Rhino Coloring Page

You will also find the name of the animal at the bottom of the coloring page too. This helps with print awareness in young children. These coloring pages are a great addition for children who are learning their letters and love to color! 

Download M-R for free here!

Grab the entire set here in my Teacher’s Notebook Shop!

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Grab A-F here and G-L here!

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Looking for more ABC ideas, check out our ABC Pinterest board here!

Follow {1plus1plus1} Carisa’s board ABC Ideas on Pinterest.

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Bible Verse Printables ~ Letter Q

Q is for Quiet Bible Verse Printables

Our Raising Lil’ Rock Stars Bible Verse Printables for the Letter Q are available to download for free! Q is for QUIET! This set is based on Zephaniah 3:17, “The Lord your God is with you he is mighty to save.  He will take great delight in you he will QUIET you with his love, he will rejoice over you with singing.” 

Here’s a peek at the work she did at home.

She has decided she no longer likes the coloring page so I didn’t even print it this week.

Trace the verse  ~ we had been using the easier version most of this year, but I switched her to the verse tracing page with this unit.  She traced two lines per day until she had it done.

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Cut and Glue the Verse ~ this is a great word work activity for her, identifying words and sounds she knows, as well as the Bible verse as a whole. She uses the printable that has the light gray matching words on it. I cut this verse into strips for her instead of individual words since it was so long.

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Here’s the work Ladybug did at home…

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The verse tune we used this week is actually a song from the Seeds Family Worship CD, Seeds of Praise.  It’s # 8, Mighty to Save.

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The verse tune printables are only available in the bundle but you can hear her singing along in the video.

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The free version is ONLY for home use.  If you will be using these printables in a church setting, private group, co-op, preschool or other group you will need to purchase the group bundle here.

Download your free Letter Q printables here!

Raising Lil' Rock Stars Letter Q for Quiet

 Scroll down until you see the graphic for letter Q and click on it to download the PDF file.

Download or printing trouble? See tips here!

These printables are from Raising Lil’ Rock Stars, see more info here!

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See other letters in action by clicking the graphics below!

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