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Letter G
Words
Goat
Giraffe
Gingerbread
Game
Garden
Gate
Gazelle
Gecko
Ghost
Gift
Girl
Goldfish
Goose
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Gorilla
Guitar
Gully
Guppy
Grapes
Groundhog
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Lacing Cards
Children love lacing cards. You have the
option of printing up color or b & w cards to
color yourself.
You can print up the color lacing cards, cut
out on the dotted line, laminate, and punch
holes around the card using a hole punch.
Give the children lacing strings, yarn or
shoe laces to lace the cards.
The b & w set can also be used as an
additional craft for the children. Give each
child one of the cards, have them color and
cut out. Have an adult punch holes, and
they can lace using the above options of
string.
Lacing strings can be purchased though
http://www.discountschoolsupply.com/
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Print up on white card stock. Color - Cut out on
the dotted line. Punch holes with a hole punch.
Have children lace using lacing string.
G is for
Giraffe
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Letter G
Lace Up Cards
G is for
Giraffe
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Print up on white card stock. Cut out on the
dotted line. Laminate - Punch holes with a hole
punch. Have children lace using lacing string.
G is for
Giraffe
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Letter G
Lace Up Cards
G is for
Giraffe
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Letter G Poster
Print up on white card stock.
If using the B & W poster - color and
Laminate.
If using the Color poster – laminate.
B & W can also be used as an additional
letter G worksheet for the children.
Grapes
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Grapes
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Letter G Flashcards
Print up on white card stock.
If using the B & W flashcards - color and
laminate.
If using the color flashcards – laminate.
You can also use the cards as a Letter G
Ring book.
Punch a hole in the upper left hand corner of
each card after you trim them, and place
together with a ring.
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Goldfish
Garden
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Giraffe
Girl
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Goats
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Goldfish
Garden
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Giraffe
Girl
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Goats
Letter G Worksheets
Print up on regular copy paper.
Use as extra sheets when working on one of the
1 - 2 - 3 Curriculum disks, or when working on
the alphabet.
Name _____________________
Gg
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Name _____________________
Trace and color the letter “G g”
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Name _______________________________
Trace the letters and practice writing on your own.
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Name _________________________
Color the pictures that being with the letter “G”
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I see a ghost munching on grapes
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Cut and Paste
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Letter G g - Mini Book
Print up the following sheet onto
white card stock.
Turn over and place back into the
printer and print up the next sheet.
(Fold on the dotted line.
You will have a 1 page – double
sided mini book)
Print up the pictures that begin with
the letter G.
Have children color – cut out and
paste onto the mini book.
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Picture’s that begin with the letter G g.
The Letter
Gg
by
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G
G
G
T
G
G
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Color each goat with a letter g inside
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stock – Use with The letter
G g sheet.
1 set of letter v items per
child. Color – cut out – glue
on the pictures that begin
with the letter g.
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Words That Begin With G Book
Print out the following pages to make a "Words That
Start with G" book, an early reader book for young
readers about the letter G.
There are two rectangular book pages on each
printed page. Have the children cut each page in half
along the dotted line. Staple the pages together at
the left of the page, then read the book, color the
pages, and write the words.
Words That Start
With G
By
______________
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Goose starts with G
Gorilla starts with G
Guitar starts with G
Goldfish starts with G
Gingerbread man starts with G
Gift starts with G
Girl starts with G
Ghost starts with G
Grapes starts with G
Recognizing the Letter “G”
Introduce the letter “G” to the children by
showing them the written word “Goat” and
helping them to see that it begins with a “G”.
Cut a large Goat shape out of paper and write
the letter “G” on it. Have the children tear or cut
out magazine pictures beginning with the letter
“G” and then glue the pictures on the goat
shape.
Another idea is to pick up stickers from a local
scrapbook store that start with the letter G.
Ghost, grapes, grandparents, gorilla, etc., and
have the children place on the goat.
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Grape Collage
What You Need:
Contact paper
Green and purple construction or
tissue paper.
Directions:
Cut the contact paper into the shape
of grapes. Let the children place construction
paper on it. Purple paper for the grapes and
green for the leaves.
Cover the grapes with another piece of contact
paper and cut to form a grape collage.
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Grape Pattern
Print up on white card
stock to make more
durable. Use as a
pattern to cut out
grapes for a grape
Collage.
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G g Box
Get a box or container with cover. Label the
container G g Container.
Place items in the G g container that begin
with the letter G.
Goat
Goldfish
Guitar
Gingerbread Man
Girl (small girl doll)
Gift
Ghost
Grapes (plastic fruit)
Look for small toy items at $1.00 stores that
start with the letter G. Make sure items are not
to small to prevent choking for smaller
children.
Use G g Box container when introducing the
letter G to the children.
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Pictures that begin with G
Cut out a large letter G for each child (or use
the following sheet), and let them glue
pictures that begin with the letter G.
(You can try looking at a local scrap booking
store or Michaels for stickers of pictures that
begin with the letter G. (Gold fish,
gingerbread man, Gorilla, Guitar, etc).
If you use the following sheet, please print
up on white card stock to make sheet more
durable.
Name Jasmine
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Name ________________
Pictures that start with G
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Pictures that Begin with G
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Darling Little Goldfish
My darling little goldfish (wiggle one finger)
Hasn't any toes (point to your toes)
He swims around without a sound
(pretend one finger is swimming)
And bumps his angry nose. (point to nose)
He can't get out to play with me (Point to your self)
Nor I get in to him (Point to children)
Although I say "Come out and play,"
(motion finger to come out)
He says, "come in and swim."
(pretend you are swimming)
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Going Fishing
When I go fishing down at the brook,
(Hold fishing pole over shoulder)
I put a wiggly worm on my hook.
(Put wiggly worm on hook)
I toss it into water,
(Swing pole into water)
And hope with all my might,
A little fish will swim on by.
(Left hand-fingers together)
And take a great big bite.
(Move thumb away from fingers -- then snap them
back together)
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The Yellow Giraffe
The yellow giraffe is tall as can be.
(Put hand up high)
His lunch is a bunch of leaves off a tree.
(Put arm up for tree branches)
He has a very long neck and his legs are long
too. (Point to neck and legs)
And he can run faster than his friends in the zoo.
(Run in place)
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Green Grapes
Five green grapes growing on a vine.
(Hold up five fingers.)
I picked one cause it looked so fine!
(Touch thumb and fold it down.)
Four green grapes growing on a vine.
(Hold up four fingers.)
I picked another for my Valentine!
(Touch index finger & fold down.)
Three green grapes growing on a vine.
(Hold up three fingers.)
I ate another, I couldn’t decline!
(Touch middle finger and fold down.)
Two green grapes growing on a vine.
(Hold two fingers up.)
I ate another in the sunshine.
(Touch ring finger and fold down.)
One green grape growing on a vine
(Hold up little finger)
I ate it too, cause they were all mine!
(Fold down little finger)
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Grandma and Grandpa Song
These are Grandma's Glasses
(make glasses with fingers over eyes)
Here is Grandma's cap
(make triangle with hands and put on head)
This is the way she folds her hands
(fold hands together)
And puts them in her lap
(put hands in lap)
These are Grandpa's glasses
(make glasses with fingers over eyes)
These are grandpa's hat
(pretend to pull down a big hat over head)
And this is the way he folds his arms
(fold arms over in front of body)
Just like that!
(Shake head)
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Gingerbread People
Cut gingerbread people shapes out of brown
construction paper or brown paper bags.
Give one to each child.
Have the children decorate their shapes with felt
pieces, buttons, sequins, fabric scraps, etc.
or
Let the children cover their shapes with glue and
sprinkle on glitter.
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Making Green
Place small amounts of yellow and blue poster
paint or finger paint inside a ziplock plastic bag.
Put sealing tape over the zip part to prevent
"leaks". Let the children rub the bag between
their hands and discover the "magic color" they
can create.
Let them paint a Green picture.
Gift Wrap
Let the children decorate paper bags to make
gift bags. Or you can decorate plain paper to
make gift paper. Wrap up items that begin with
"g" such as glue sticks, gum, gumdrops, etc.
Golden G
Make the letter "g" on a piece of construction
paper and glue on gold glitter to make a golden
g. Can substitute green.
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Grow Grass
Cut a green sponge in the shape of a G. Wet the
sponge and place in a shallow pan. Add water
as needed to keep the sponge wet, but not
soggy. Let the children sprinkle on the grass
seed and watch the grass sprout and grow.
Growth Chart
Make a growth chart. Measure everyone or have
the children lie down and measure themselves
with yarn, cut and save it to take home.
Compare sizes.
Globe
Show the kids a globe and let them find where
they live.
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Recipes & Snacks
Graham Cracker treat
Spread peanut butter on cracker and arrange
marshmallows in the shape of the letter "G" on the
top. Broil for a few minutes until
marshmallows are golden and then arrange raisins
on the top of the melted marshmallow. (Make sure
no child is allergic to peanut butter before you
make this recipe).
Letter G Snacks
green jello cubes, graham crackers, garlic bread,
garbanzo beans, goulash, green beans, greens
grapes, grape juice, grapefruit, grapefruit juice,
Gatorade, granola, green split peas (or pea soup),
gingerbread
Grassy crackers
Mix green food coloring into cream cheese, or
peanut butter to spread on crackers or rice cakes
to look like grass.
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I’m a Little Groundhog
(Sung to: "I'm a Little Teapot")
I'm a little groundhog,
Furry and brown.
When winter comes
I sleep underground.
I'm curled up.
As cozy as can be.
When it's spring,
Please wake up me!
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Groundhog Puppets
Let the children use felt-tip markers to draw
groundhog faces on the top halves of tongue
depressors.
Give them each a small paper cup with a slit in the
bottom.
Have them push the bottoms of their tongue
depressor through the slits in their cups.
Show them how to move their sticks up and down
to make their groundhogs appear and disappear.
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Gingerbread Boy
One gingerbread boy sitting on a shelf
Wondering why he was sitting all by himself.
Another came along looking for his show.
Sat upon the shelf, and then there were two.
Another came along looking for a tree.
Sat upon the shelf and then there were three.
Along came another looking for a door.
Sat upon the shelf, and then there were four.
Along came another looking for a hive.
Sat upon the shelf and then there were five.
Five gingerbread boys, neatly on the shelf.
I saw them sitting there, and ate them all myself!
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Great!
Awarded to: _______________________________________
Date: __________________________
I’m so proud of the work you have
done with the letter G.
You recognize the uppercase and
lowercase G.
_________________________
Signed
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Great!
Awarded to: _______________________________________
Date: __________________________
I’m so proud of the work you have done
with the letter G.
You recognize the uppercase and
lowercase G.
_________________________
Signed
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