Q is for Quilt: Paper Pasting Activity

Q is for Quilt: Paper Pasting Activity from The Teaching Aunt

Meet the queen letter: Q is for Quilt: Paper Pasting Activity!

Honestly, Qq is one of the letters (aside from Xx) that’s quite challenging to teach. First, there are only a few words beginning with it. And second, the sound is quite tricky, too.

However, the fun activities that you can do to teach it is quite a lot!

My personal favourites are playing queens and kings- with royal crowns, of course! And making paper quilts. We’ve also made play dough BBQs. It was so much fun!

And of course, let’s not forget the Quiet Game!

Here are other fun ideas to learn about the letter Qq:

  1. Collect quarters
  2. Play the Quiet Game
  3. Sew an actual quilt with your child
  4. Design your own Queen of Hearts play card
  5. Do the Q is for Quilt: Paper Pasting Activity

Guidelines on How to Teach the Letter Qq:

  1. Make an actual quilt or a paper quilt. Say the word quilt while emphasizing on the beginning sound, /q/, /q/, /q/. 
  2. Show the flashcard for the letter Qq. Click here for free alphabet flashcards.
  3. Do the Q is for Quilt: Paper Pasting Activity.
  4. Practice writing the letter Qq. Click here for free alphabet tracing worksheets.
  5. Color pictures of words that begin with the letter Qq. Click here for free alphabet coloring pages. 

Q is for Quilt: Paper Pasting Activity

Materials:

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

Directions:

  1. Paste the paper cut-outs on the quilt outline. Try to stay within the lines.

Teacher’s Note:

When you’re having a difficult time calming down your kids, ask them to play the Quiet Game. It’s simple but it works!

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