Five for Friday {D is for dog}

This week we have had lots of fun doing activities with the letter D for dog! Since we adopted two miniature schnauzers last weekend, this was the perfect week for the letter D for dog! A big thank you to my best blogging buddy, Erin, for suggesting doing letter D for dog this week!
We made a cute dog craft this week. E colored them black and grey, just like our Maggie and Molly.
We played two fun games that could be used as center activities in a classroom. The first one had sheets for numbers 1-10. We used brown Play-Doh to make dog food to put in the bowl. Cute activity!
We also played a pet grid game. You roll a dice and cover up that many pets until all pets are covered. We used little beads, but counters would do well for this activity.
We took dog bones and ordered them greatest to least and vice versa. 
We made letters and made the word dog! This was our first time using this activity and E really enjoyed it. I printed these shapes off from the blog, Confessions of a Homeschooler.
We took our dogs, Maggie and Molly, to the vet this week, which prompted our fun dramatic play activity. E had a BLAST pretending to be a vet this week to his stuffed animals! 


  1. I love seeing all of your fun activities y'all are doing with your letters of the week! So fun!

  2. These are fantastic ideas for the letter d - will keep them in mind for my classroom!

  3. I love all the dog activities. It looks like so much fun. What a great way to celebrate the letter "D"!


  4. What an honor it is to be called Best Blogging Buddy!! XOXO! Love, all of the sweet dog ideas you found, E looks so sweet as a vet! Have you seen people make band-aids out of felt and velcro for stuffed animals? They're pretty adorable.
    Short and Sassy Teacher

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