K is for Key: Paper Pasting Activity

K is for Key: Paper Pasting Activity- Free Worksheet from The Teaching Aunt: Materials and Directions

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K is for Key: Paper Pasting Activity- Free Worksheet from The Teaching Aunt: Materials and Directions

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The KEY to learning is FUN. If you can make your lesson fun and enjoyable, children will surely remember and learn it.

Here are some fun ideas to learn the letter Kk:

  1. Fly a kite
  2. Go to a zoo and watch a kangaroo
  3. Do the K is for Key: Paper Pasting Activity
  4. Play with locks and keys

Guidelines on How to Teach the Letter Kk:

  1. Hop around like a kangaroo. Say the word kangaroo out loud while emphasizing the beginning sound, /k/, /k/, /k/.
  2. Show the flashcards for the letter Kk. Click here for free alphabet flashcards.
  3. Do the K is for Key: Paper Pasting Activity.
  4. Practice writing the letter Kk. Click here for free alphabet tracing worksheets.
  5. Color pictures of words that begin with the letter Kk. Click here for free alphabet colouring pages.

K is for Key: Paper Pasting Activity

Materials:

  • outline of a key
  • paper cut-outs
  • glue

Directions:

  • Paste the paper cut-out on the jacket outline. Try to stay within the lines.

Teacher’s Note:

Playing with household items such as lock and keys helps children improve their fine motor skills. At the same time you can be assured that they will surely find the activity interesting because the item is familiar to them.

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