Suggestions for Letter “P”

1(a). Introductory Activities

pop popcorn
paste popcorn and peanuts and peanut shells to make a picture on paper
pin p words on potato
taste peach, pear, potato, plum, pepper, pickle
paint pictures on paper
wear perfume
write poem
place pegs in pegboard
put parcel in pocket in pants

1(b). Gym Activities

postman game
parachute up
push-ups
pitcher for ball
play with partner
pick up hot potato
push and pull
ponies
pop like popcorn
climb pole
punch, pound and pause

2. Stories Records Songs and Poems

Popeye
Peter Piper
Ping
Pockets
Winnie the Pooh
Peter Rabbit
Will you tell Dick
What flowers to pick?

Santa came to Jack
With a big brown pack.

When the wagon is full
Then you may pull.

I found a little locket
So I put it in my pocket.

Jenny Henny
Lost a penny.

Jane will try
To bake a pie.

At the store I bought a top
Billy bought a bottle of pop.

Rap-a-tap came the summer rain,
Rap-a-tap on the window pane.

Naughty little ducklings once were late for school,
Teacher found them playing in the swimming pool.

Little cricket in the grass,
I can hear you as I pass.

At the fair I tried to win
A great big shiny pin.

Play a game of hide-and-seek,
Close your eyes and don’t you peek.

A little gray mouse that nibbles and gnaws,
Really belongs in Pussy’s paws.

I have an elephant stuffed with wool,
Who has flappy ears that are fun to pull.

I have pennies in my pocket
And this is what I’ll do,
I’ll buy popcorn and some peanuts,
Perhaps a lollipop for you.

The Song of the Pop-Corn

Pop, pop, pop
Says the popcorn in the pan,
Pop, pop, pop
You may catch me if you can.

Pop, pop, pop
How I scamper in the heat,
Pop, pop, pop
You will find me good to eat.

Pop, pop, pop
Says each kernel hard and yellow,
Pop, pop, pop
I’m a dancing little fellow.

Pop, pop, pop
I can whirl and skip and hop,
Pop, pop, pop;
Pop, pop, pop, pop, pop.

The Rain

Pitter, patter, pitter, patter, goes the gentle rain,
Pitter, patter, pitter, patter, on the window pane.
Patty can’t go out to-day
Patty must stay in and play,
While the rain goes pitter, patter, pitter, patter, pit.

The Pea-Pod

Two plump peas in a pea-pod pressed,
One grew, and two grew,
And so did the rest.
Grew and grew and grew and grew,
And grew and never stopped,
Till they grew so plump and portly,
That the pea-pod popped.

3. “P” Table

paper
perfume
parcel
pencil
pitcher
pegboard
pen
pots and pans
purse
pipe
paddle
potato
pig
pillow
pail

4. Book For Children To Make

paper
pills
pencil
pins
pipe cleaner
pegs
paint
pine needles
pea
pine cones

5. Common Words

put
people
pull
play
place
please
pretty

Follow activities for 6,7,8,9,10 and 11 as suggested under letter “B”.

Substitute “p” and words beginning with “p” where appropriate.

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