Fiction Book List
- Should I Share My Ice Cream? by Mo Willems
- One of our favorite Mo Willems!
- Curious George and the Ice Cream Surprise and Curious George Goes to an Ice Cream Shop by H.A. Rey
- Ice Cream Soup (Penguin Young Readers) by Ann Ingalls
- Wemberly’s Ice Cream Star by Kevin Henkes
- Gorilla Loves Vanilla by Chae Strathie
Non-Fiction Book List
- Curious About Ice Cream (Smithsonian) by Bonnie Bader
- Ready to Read: The Scoop on Ice Cream!by Bonnie Williams
- Who Made My Lunch: From Milk to Ice Cream by Bridget Heos
- Is Is Warm Enough for Ice Cream? (Board Book) by DK
- Ice Cream: The Full Scoop by Gail Gibbons
- Talk about the sounds that “I” makes.
- See if you child can find the I on the cover of each of the Ice Cream Books you read.
- See if your child can think of any other words that start with “I.” Iguana, igloo, inchworm, instrument, insect, etc.
- Draw bubble letters Ii and have your child put stickers in the open space. This is good for fine motor skills as well.
- Download this free letter of the week coloring sheet. You can use this for dot-a-dot, coloring, or stickering. Alphabet Coloring Sheets (variety pack) PDF
- Try these Upper and Lower Case Dot-a-Dot sheets that include a letter recognition portion.
Math and Science Activities
- *FREE* Ice Cream Counting Mats from Modern Preschool
- *FREE* Finger Paint Ice Cream Counting from Happy Toddler Playtime
- *FREE* Pom Pom Activity that combines fine motor skills from Fun-A-Day
- Make homemade ice cream
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My favorite letter!
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