These Find the Letter Printables: P is for Peanuts will help your preschool and early-elementary aged children work on recognizing the letter P among many other letters of the alphabet. While working on your Comics, Peanuts, or George Washington Carver themed Unit Study, this P themed worksheet is a perfect extra for your reading preparedness studies! Or, in my case, a great way to keep little boy hands occupied while I am reading to Tank. 🙂
I hope you find these homeschooling freebies useful for you in your homeschool
You can have the kids learn shapes by putting a circle around the capital ‘P’ and a square around the Lower Case ‘p’. They could use different colors: for example, green around the “big P” and blue around the “little p”. You could also grab a set of Do A Dot Art Markers (affiliate link) so they can just dab over the right letters! However you decide to use these sheets, they are a simple way to reinforce alphabet recognition!
More Peanut Unit Study Resources:
Don’t stop with these two letter find worksheets! Keep the learning going by adding the printables to an entire Unit Study on Peanuts! Below, I have gathered up some resources to help you plan and carry-out your Themed Study!
- Learn how peanuts are planted and grow from the Living Ideas Blog with this fun Science worksheet!
- Oh what fun! Let the kiddos get really creative with this Paint with Peanuts activity from Playground Parkbench.
- Learn about The History of Peanuts with this list of resources from Schooling a Monkey.
- The Jenny Evolution helps us teach our kids about the dangers of peanut allergies with this list of Food Allergy Books for Kids.
- I love this free printable from Simple Fun for Kids! These Peanut Counting Clip Cards are perfect for your preschool learner!
- So glad that I am not the only one that thinks of George Washington Carver while thinking of Peanuts! Our Daily Craft has pulled together a great list of George Washington Carver Books and Resources to help round out our homeschooling Peanut Unit Study!
Recipes Using Peanuts and Peanut Butter:
Your kids can learn in the kitchen, too! Stick to the theme for your weekly snacks and meals!
- These Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies from Crafty Mama in ME look oh so tempting – and pretty! Aren’t they pretty?
- OOh! I want to be the child of Parenting Chaos! How fun to not only make your own peanut butter, but also learn to turn that peanut butter into playdough!
- Keep the energy up during the Peanuts Unit Study with these Protein Packed Peanut Butter Muffins from Sunny Day Family.
- These No Bake Peanut Butter Brownie Truffles from Play Dough & Popsicles are the perfect way to involve the kids without worrying about burns.
- Kidz Activities knows how to entertain the kids, satisfy their sweet-tooth cravings, and do it in non-boredom producing efficiency. 🙂 With only 3 ingredients, these Peanut Butter Cookies surely fit the bill!
Peanut Resources for Kids:
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