This week was so fun and just so sad at the same time! It was crazy eventful due to her being sick and me having to work, so we literally only got about two and half days to learn this letter! That brings me to the last post about the alphabet, Z!
Z has been something I have a waited a long time for, because ever since I was pregnant with her (3 years ago(*Tear*)), I knew I wanted her theme in her room to be pink and zebra and I couldn’t wait to decorate the room! So she has known and seen zebra’s since she was a baby!
Of course, we had to start out with our first example being Z for Zebra! She is really good at knowing this and caught on pretty quickly when I said “look Brielle what does Zebra start with” and I would point to the picture in her room, and she could go “Z”! It was so cute and she could even sign the letter Z pretty quickly as well, which definitely adds to her cuteness!
The second main example would be Z for zipper! There are so many things now that she is older, that she uses everyday, that has a zipper on it. She loves to try to zip up her little shorts, and it’s so cute because her angle when she has them on, it’s definitely more difficult to zip! She loves to try though, and she also two pencil bags (the ones the kids use in school) to hold all of her crayons, markers, scissors, etc.) that have zippers on them and she just recently learned how to open them on her own and it’s so cute! She said “look mommy, it’s a zipper and it’s starts with a z”! I couldn’t believe how quick she caught on, and I was so happy for her!
The third example would be Z is for zoo. The zoo is such a fun place for the kiddos to experience and since we actually went not to long ago, I felt it was a great example for her to be able to understand and we got to talk about what kinds of animals we would find in the zoo. **She also got all of the letters correct when we spelled out zoo. She said “z-o-o” I jumped up for joy and gave her the biggest hug!** So maybe that could be what we work on next will be spelling and identifying letters and words! 🙂
We also did a LOT of tracing since she has gotten SO much better at it, reading a lot of books and pointing out the letter Z, practicing her alphabet book, coloring and identifying the letter Z, signing Z, and practicing words that start with Z in spanish as well! She picked up “Z is for zapatos” pretty quickly and would go get her shoes. She is seriously amazing and I am SO proud of how far she has come in the last 26 weeks! I hope you all enjoyed the ride, and last but not least, here are a few pictures from the week!