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Letter G Arts and Crafts
Glue gum wrappers onto paper. Try to get a variety of different types of gum.
Glue on grass the kids collect themselves.
Use halves of grapes to stamp all over the letter “G”, or alternatively, make finger-painted grapes all over the “G.”
Get some gold stickers to put on the “G”.
Glue and Glitter
Have the kids use glue to make designs on the letter, then finish with glitter!
Give each child a small box (jello box size is good). give them some wrapping paper and tape. Watch them try their best to wrap up the Gift, but be sure to put something they made inside first!!!
Golden G again
Make the letter “g” on a piece of construction paper and glue on gold glitter to make a golden g. Can substitute green, also.
Water color paint
Prior to having the children do the activity print the letter G in uppercase and lowercase on plain white paper by using a white candle. Have the children use watercolor paints to paint over the paper. they will see the magic “G” appear before their eyes.
Oscar the Grouch
Make one with pom poms. Use a film canister for his trash can.
Use the plastic carriers that hold 6 cans of soda together. Cut them apart so two sections are together. You should end up with 3 pieces. Then use pipe cleaners to create the ear pieces.
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.
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, ric rac, sequins, fabric scraps,etc.OR Let the children cover their shapes with glue and sprinkle on glitter.
Place small amounts of yellow and blue posterpaint or fingerpaint 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.
First you need to made a borax solution. A squeeze bottle works the best.
Pour in Borax detergent (about 1/2 inch covering the bottom of a 16oz. bottle — will make 100 gacks). Add water to the rest of bottle, shake well. Take Elmer’s glue, fill each child’s cup about 1/4. Then add paint have children stir the solution. Next add the Borax Solution (a good squirt into each cup) Have children stir their gack until there is no more liquid left. THIS DOES TAKE SOME PRACTICE (try it first w/o the kids) Hint: if the gack is still watery stir quickly and if that doesn’t help add more glue.
Letter G Games and Activities
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.
Show the kids a globe and let them find where they live.
Plan G day on trash day. Let the kids watch walk and follow the garbage truck up and down your street.
Make a grow chart. Measure everyone or have the children lay down and measure themselves with yarn, cut and save it to take home. Compare sizes.
Grow a garden.
Have a game day!!
Growl like a bear
Borrow one or go to the pet store and see one.
One child leaves the room while the other children pick someone to be the ghost. “It” hides under a sheet, the child who has left the room reenters and has to guess who is the “ghost”, under the sheet.
Tell the children that gingham is a fabric with checks the same color. Have some one that sews save gingham scraps. Have the children check to see if anyone is wearing gingham clothing.
Have a green day, gold day, and grey day and encourage the children to wear clothing items that match the color of the day.
Smell grass, garlic, gumdrops, grease and describe the scents.
Pick up garbage around the yard, playground.
Visit a grocery store.
Ask someone who plays a guitar to visit your group and sing songs.
Discuss giraffes and make a toilet roll and construction paper giraffe.
Ghosts, goblins, gremlins for October.
Have the kids bring in pictures of grandparents current and when young. Make a matching game out of them.
Letter G Recipes and 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.
green jello cubes, graham crackers, garlic bread, garbanzo beans, goulash, green beans, greens,grapes, grape juice, grapefruit, grapefruit juice, Gatorade, granola, guava, green split peas (or pea soup), grits, gingerbread
Grassy crackersMix green food coloring into cream cheese, or peanut butter to spread on crackers or rice cakes to look like grass.
Use Jell-O powder, pour on to a plate. Using liquid droppers (squeeze droppers) drop water onto the plate. Children roll the drop to the edge of plate with a craft stick. And they have instant gummy drops.
Letter G Songs, Poems and Finger Plays
(Tune: Muffin Man)
Oh do you know the gumball man, the gumball man, the gumball man,
Oh do you know the gumball man, he comes just once a week.
When we put our nickels in the slot, our nickels in the slot, our nickels
in the slot, This is what we got.
_______________ and _______________ (children’s names) both got red
______________ and ________________ both got red, but ________ got blue.
Maybe someday we’ll be lucky, and instead of one gumball we’ll get two.
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.
Song: (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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