Lay out colored tiles in patterns. Have preschooler copy and/or guess the next color(s).
Count the tiles in each pattern.
Write name.


Introduce Gg and the hard and soft sounds it makes.
Read Georgie and the Robbers
Make a ghost using a kleenex, cotton ball, and twist tie


Talk about the color green and how it starts with the letter Gg. Have preschooler identify the green color tiles during pattern practice.
Talk about grass being green and both starting with the letter Gg.
Read The Three Billy-Goats Gruff.
Make cut out letter G. Color it green and glue on glitter.


Sing I Have Two Little Hands (CS p.272)
Introduce letter Hh.
Trace hands on paper and cut out. Glue eyes, beak, and wattle on thumb and  feathers on the other fingers to make a turkey.
Read My Two Hands, My Two Feet


Look at The Horse Breeds Poster Book

Talk about horse starting with the letter H and how we feed Canyon (our horse) hay in the winter.
Climb on the hay stack and jump off a few times. Collect some hay.
Glue hay on letter H.

Read David and Goliath (Old Testament Stories, chapter 28)
Discuss (simplify a bit) the following excerpt from Lesson 28 of Primary 6: Old Testament lesson manual.

  • How did Goliath prepare for the battle? (1 Samuel 17:5–7.) What weapons did David use? (1 Samuel 17:38–40.) What did David have that Goliath did not? (1 Samuel 17:45–47; explain that David’s real weapon against Goliath was help from the Lord.) (See enrichment activity 3.) Whom should we depend on when we face challenges? What do we have to do to be worthy of that help? Explain that the Lord helps us if our desires, like David’s, are righteous and if it is the Lord’s will that what we want to do should be done.



2 Response Comments

  • Jenni K. H.  November 7, 2011 at 8:46 am

    Looks fun! Thanks for giving me my FHE lesson tonight. 🙂 I still need you to think of some ideas for trains.

  • Mary Gray  November 9, 2011 at 10:10 pm

    Now THAT is organization.