Here is an incredible letter in our Learning the Letter Series: I is for Iguana: Paper Pasting Activity.
Children are born fearless. It is through their daily experiences while growing up that they start to have fears.
As parents and teachers, we want our children to be open to as much experiences as possible. For this to happen, we as adults should be brave, too.
As they say, we should live by example. So next time you visit the zoo, don’t be afraid the animals. Your child will follow suit if she sees that you’re not scared.
You know which animals can be petted, right? 😛
Like today’s featured animal, iguanas can be really scary-looking. But with the right handling and more information about this mysterious animal, I’m sure your child will love it.
Go to the zoo if it’s possible so your child can personally interact with one. If not, watching videos about iguanas on cable or on the internet will do.
Guidelines on How To Teach the Letter Ii
- Go to the zoo and observe an iguana up close. Or watch videos about them. Say the word iguana while emphasising on the beginning sound /i/, /i/, /i/.
- Show the flashcard for the letter Ii. Or point to a wall card of letter Ii. Click here for free alphabet wall cards.
- Do the I is for Iguana: Paper Pasting Activity.
- Practice writing the letter Ii. Click here for free alphabet tracing worksheets.
- Color pictures of words that begin with the letter Ii. Click here for free alphabet coloring pages.
I is for Iguana: Paper Pasting Activity
- outline of an iguana
- green or brown paper cut-outs
- Paste the paper cut-outs on the iguana outline. try to stay within the lines.
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