S is for Sun: Paper Pasting Activity

S is for Sun: Paper Pasting Activity with Free Printable from The Teaching Aunt

I’m super excited for our next featured letter. It’s savvy and special- S is for Sun: Paper Pasting Activity.

S is for Sun: Paper Pasting Activity with Free Printable from The Teaching Aunt

Most of the time, the simplest activity leaves the most impact.

Like going out in the sun. So simple indeed. Yet you can learn so many things by just being outside.

We are so lucky because my school has a wonderful outdoor area. My students can really explore and do a lot of different activities. And we don’t even need a single thing to have fun and learn. 

Doing free play and/or free exploration are activities that we get to enjoy on a sunny day. And I hope you are taking advantage of this opportunity, too.

Here are other simple activities that you may do with your child to learn the letter Ss:

  1. Play in the sand pit
  2. Go out at night and observe the stars
  3. Wear sunglasses and play outside
  4. Eat strawberries
  5. Do the S is for Sun: Paper Pasting Activity

Guidelines on How to Teach the Letter Ss:

  1. Wear sunglasses. Say the word sunglasses while emphasizing on the beginning sound, /s/, /s/, /s/. 
  2. Show the flashcard for the letter Ss. Click here for free alphabet flashcards.
  3. Do the S is for Sun: Paper Pasting Activity.
  4. Practice writing the letter Ss. Click here for free alphabet tracing worksheets.
  5. Color pictures of words that begin with the letter Ss. Click here for free alphabet coloring pages. 

S is for Sun: Paper Pasting Activity

Materials:

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

Directions:

  1. Paste the paper cut-outs on the sun outline. Try to stay within the lines.
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S is for Sun: Paper Pasting Activity with Free Printable from The Teaching Aunt

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2 Responses

  1. Hello! These are wonderful. Thank you. How did you get the larger pics (looks like full page 8.5×11) glue paper pieces pics. I only get the Copy the Color page to print.

    1. Thank you for leaving me a message. I used a bought clipart for the paper pasting activity. Unfortunately, I can’t give away that clipart for free as I do not own the right to it. I hope you were still able to do the activity. I’m sorry.

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