Friday, February 27, 2009

Our Alphabet Kitchen

Maddie has finished up her alphabet activities today and my kitchen cabinets are plastered in letters! I figured I would post the whole alphabet even though I haven't made a post for every one. If anyone is looking for direction on any of the letters just let me know and I can provide them! And thank you Ally for a few of the ideas when I was getting started!

A- Alien, B- Bubble Bee, C- Caterpillar

D- Dragon, E- Elephant, F- Fish Tank

G- Golf ball, H- Hearts, I- Ice Cream

J- Jungle, K- King, L- Lion

M- Mountain, N- Night, O- Octopus

P- Puzzle, Q- Queen, R- Road

S- Snake, T- Tree, U- Umbrella

V- Vase

W- Web

X- Xylophone, Y- Yellow Yarn, Z- Zoo


Michelle said...

You should turn them into an alphabet book...each one is amazing. I want to start the Letter of the Week with Emily she is very into singing the alphabet song. These are great ideas. Thank you!

Jennifer said...

I absolutely love this post. In fact, I blogged about it. Very inspiring to see all the letters done and comepleted. I haven't been all that excited about the alphabet crafts yet, but this post inspired me to get started!

librarianism said...

I love this themed alphabet project! Thanks for sharing the idea.

MotherBear said...

This is so very awesome! I found it from Jennifer's blog :-) Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

very very cute!!!!! I love it! plus you can use it as a learning tool while you eat or cook!

Amanda said...

Thank you Michelle for suggesting that I make an alphabet book! I spent Sunday night covering all of the letters in contact paper and putting them on a binder ring. Maddie loves to spread the letters on the floor and tell me all about them! I must say though that my kitchen cupboards are awfully bare now! Good thing we will have some new colorful art soon!

~Checkers~ said...

I would like to have a copy of those sent to me, or I should say I would like the directions. Thank You

Fun With The Kiddos said...

What a great idea. I just started doing the letter of the week with my oldest son. I like the book idea too. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Hi! A very nice way to learn the alphabet!! Would you be so kind as to email me the directions/patterns. Thank You!!