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Letters with Nathaniel – U, V, W, X, Y and Z

Here are the rest of our letters:

Yey! Grateful for this project with Nathaniel!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel – S and T

Here are S and T:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between capitals and lowercase. Then we colored all the letters.

Here are some photos of him working on his pages:

coloring

the glue:

and more gluing:

and more coloring:

Yey! Nathaniel is still loving this project!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel – R

Here’s R:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between capitals and lowercase. Then we colored all the letters.

It was way too dark to take photos of Nathaniel while he was working this time.

Yey! Nathaniel is still loving this project!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel – P and Q

Lest you think we abandoned our project, we’re still working on it just neglecting to post. Here’s P:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between capitals and lowercase. Then we colored all the letters.

Here he is gluing:

and coloring

and letter Q

Here he is gluing:

and coloring

Yey! Nathaniel is still loving this project!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel – O

As I mentioned, I plan to keep this project simple and fun for both of us. So, I did the same thing with this letter as I did for letter A and all the others. I cut them all up and then, Nathaniel and I glued them down together to create this simple page:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between capitals and lowercase. Then we colored all the letters.

Here he is gluing:

and coloring

Yey! Nathaniel is still loving this project!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel – N

As I mentioned, I plan to keep this project simple and fun for both of us. So, I did the same thing with this letter as I did for letter A and all the others. I cut them all up and then, Nathaniel and I glued them down together to create this simple page:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between capitals and lowercase. Then we colored all the letters.

Here he is gluing:

and coloring

Yey! Nathaniel is still loving this project!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel – M

As I mentioned, I plan to keep this project simple and fun for both of us. So, I did the same thing with this letter as I did for letter A and all the others. I cut them all up and then, Nathaniel and I glued them down together to create this simple page:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between capitals and lowercase. Then we colored all the letters.

Here he is gluing:

and coloring

Yey! Nathaniel is still loving this project!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel – L

As I mentioned, I plan to keep this project simple and fun for both of us. So, I did the same thing with this letter as I did for letter A and all the others. I cut them all up and then, Nathaniel and I glued them down together to create this simple page:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between capitals and lowercase. Then we colored all the letters.

Here he is gluing:

and coloring

Yey! Nathaniel is still loving this project!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel - K

As I mentioned, I plan to keep this project simple and fun for both of us. So, I did the same thing with this letter as I did for letter A and all the others. I cut them all up and then, Nathaniel and I glued them down together to create this simple page:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between capitals and lowercase. Then we colored all the letters.

Here he is gluing:

and coloring

Yey! Nathaniel is still loving this project!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel - J

As I mentioned, I plan to keep this project simple and fun for both of us. So, I did the same thing with this letter as I did for letter A and all the others. I cut them all up and then, Nathaniel and I glued them down together to create this simple page:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between capitals and lowercase. Then we colored all the letters.

Here he is gluing:

and coloring

Yey! Nathaniel is still loving this project!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel – I

As I mentioned, I plan to keep this project simple and fun for both of us. So, I did the same thing with the letter I as I did for letter A and all the others. I cut them all up and then, Nathaniel and I glued them down together to create this simple page:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between big G and little g. Then we colored all the h’s. He wanted orange and reds this week.

Here he is gluing:

and coloring

Yey for week 9. Nathaniel is still loving this project!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.

Letters with Nathaniel – H

As I mentioned, I plan to keep this project simple and fun for both of us. So, I did the same thing with the letter H as I did for letter A and all the others. I cut them all up and then, Nathaniel and I glued them down together to create this simple page:

Like each time, we talked about each of the words and then differentiated between big G and little g. Then we colored all the h’s. He wanted orange and reds this week.

Here he is gluing:

and coloring

Yey for week 8. Nathaniel really loves this project and it’s wonderful watching how much he’s growing and how many more words he knows now!


Letters with Nathaniel is a weekly project for 2012. You can read more about it here.