Walk Beside Me LDS Preschool Curriculum: Letter P

Walk Beside Me LDS Preschool Curriculum

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I meant to post this yesterday, and you know what happened?
Ugh. It was one of those days where banging your head on the wall doesn’t even begin to make a dent in your frustration. Your skull yes; frustration, not so much. So I’m later than I planned on the newest Walk Beside Me LDS Preschool curriculum packet:

P is for Prophet!

This is such a fun packet. I have a great love for President Monson and I hope my children will too. There are many resources to teach your child about our current prophet as well as prophets through the ages. Here is an adorable video made for primary children based on Pres. Monson’s General Conference talk, “What Have I Done for Someone Today?” Did you know Pres. Monson has his own website? You can also share this article from the Friend about Pres. Monson. If you need to brush up on your Pres. Monson trivia for those endless questions from your preschooler, check out this biography on our prophet.  In the packet I have also included a child friendly biography about President Monson’s life.

This week’s secular focus is P is for Princess or P is for Pumpkins, both from Confessions of a Homeschooler. Because we went to the aquarium this week, I ultimately ended up finding some great P is for Penguins resources! That’s one thing that I love about this curriculum and homeschooling. You can adjust it to your child’s interests on the fly.

If this is your first visit to my Walk Beside Me LDS Preschool curriculum, you can find out more here or check out the FAQ page here. Don’t forget to check out the Walk Beside Me Store. It’s an affliate Amazon store. Amazon offers me a small percentage of profits and for the time I put into these packets, it helps me justify the few dollars I earn here and there. :) Many families have used these to supplement their homeschooling or public schooling, as well as using them for Sacrament meetings, family home evenings, and more! If you have any questions or downloading problems, leave a comment or email me at sarah@confessionsofaslackermom.com

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12 Responses to Walk Beside Me LDS Preschool Curriculum: Letter P

  1. Alicia says:

    Thank you for being creative and coming up with all this good stuff! I am planning on using this curriculum with my daughter starting in the fall. I hope you have the whole alphabet complete by then! You really are amazing. Keep up the good work.

    • I can’t tell you how much I hope that the whole curriculum is done by then!! Don’t worry, it definitely should be! I’m roughly on track for finishing up by May (and hopefully much sooner). Thank you for your kind words! :)

  2. Janet says:

    Thank you so much for this great program. I am planning on sharing it with my grand children. Who are currently 3 and nearly 5. I really apprecaite all your time and effort. Janet

  3. Jolynn says:

    Thanks so much. I just printed this right before church and it should be a good activity for my 4 year old during sacrament meeting.

  4. Mary Walker says:

    Hi! Thank you for the very cool LDS preschool printables! I am using the Letter P(prophet) this week with my daughters co-op! I love the Q (queen Esther) idea as well. I was having a hard time coming up with letter Q. I hope you’ll have it up soon so I can uses it next week! ;) Thanks again!!

  5. Shalie says:

    What are the absorbtion pages in your schedule and printouts?

    • One of my most popular questions! I added a note on the A is for Adam page, where the download is found. All I did was place items of various absorption abilities (a clean diaper, a plastic plate, a paper towel, etc) on a tray. We numbered each item 1 through 6. We then made guesses about which item soak up the most water. Then we used a baby Tylenol dropper to drop some water on the items and wrote down our “results” as far as which absorbed the best/least/etc. I hope that helps!

  6. Carola says:

    I definitely agree that kids need to slow down. On my own wetisbe I focus on selling toys that require kids to use their own imagination and move them with their own hands. I agree that a lot of kids lose great opportunities to use their imagination because a lot of the newer toys move and light up, not requiring the kids to pretend anything. Who can focus with all those flashing lights? Hurray for no battery compartments!

  7. Stephanie C says:

    I can’t seem to find any of the letter packets prior to M… I’ve been searching your website for about an hour… are they all linked on one specific page by chance? I am looking on my tablet, and it doesn’t seem to be communicating well with your menu drop downs (darn tablet), so I’m sure you have them all somewhere, but I cannot seem to locate them…

    Thank you!!

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