This week in Reading and Writing the letters we focused on were letters F through I.
Monday's stations were using bingo daubers to dot capital and lowercase Ff''s that revealed a secret hidden picture when they were finished, their letter Ff books, and sorting pictures that started with /f/ and pictures that did not start with /f/. My table was a one-on-one table because there were so many kids gone.
Stations for Tuesday were using play dough and letter mats to make capital and lowercase letters A - f, coloring pictures that had beginning sounds matching the letter at the beginning of the row, making letter F flags (which went on our Hispanic History wall this week), and playing a picture sound matching game at my table.
Stations for Wednesday were playing the letter g picture-sound matching game and reading our decodable at my table, making giraffes for soft g, making geese for hard g, and their letter g book.
Friday's stations were making a letter I iguana, finishing up any work they needed to do from throughout the week (and if they were finished they got to play in writing center or read a book with the animals in the library), and their letter Ii book. I pulled kids to my table from different groups to work on handwriting.