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Printable Lowercase Letter Crafts

These adorable, NO PREP Free Printable Lowercase Letter Crafts are a fun way for kids to practice letter recognition while making some adorable alphabet crafts.

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Lowercase Letter Crafts

I always have good intentions with my kids, but often get frustrated making sure we have all the supplies needed for different crafts. But these super cute crafts are NO PREP and no fancy materials needed. Simply print the one page sheet, color, cut, and paste / tape together an you have a super cute alphabet craft kids will love! These are fun to make with toddler, preschool, and kindergarten age kids.

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Alphabet Crafts

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Now pick the letter (s) you are working on in. We like to use these with a letter of the week type curriculum. Then print the page for the lower case letter you are working on. You will need one black and white worksheet per student. There are 26 alphabet crafts, one for each letter of the alphabet from A to Z.

free printable Letter z craft of a zebra; perfect kindergarten crafts

Each page comes with everything you will need for this easy letter craft for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners including what the finished product should look like.

HINT: This activity is a great way to work on letter recognition, strengthening fine motor skills, improving coordination, and improving visual recognition and fluency with young learners.

Free Printable Letter Crafts for every letter from a to z toperfect for preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age students; pictures o is for ostrich

Free Printable Letter Crafts

Start out by having your student color their letter coloring page using crayons, markers, colored pencils, etc. Our kids are big fanx of the spencils that are colored pencils with fun scents.

cut out letter r craft for preschool and kindergarten age kids

Next, practice cutting skills by cutting out the various elements of your letter craft.

super cute lowercase letter crafts for toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners to make while they learn their alphabet letters

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Finally, assemble your craft following the key at the top left. You can paste or tape (my personal favorite as it is less messy and dries instantly) the pieces together to make your kindergarten craft.

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There you have it – an adorable lowercase letter craft that is super cute, simple to make, and a perfect addition to any home preschool or kindergarten program. We like to hang our crafts on the wall and work our way through the alphabet. They are so proud of their crafts and it is great for visual recognition!

Grab the Free printable uppercase letter crafts for all new crafts

If you enjoy these lower case alphabet letter crafts, don’t miss our FREE Printable Uppercase Letter Crafts with all new crafts for capital letters. These are the same format you’ll love – free printable one page, no prep letter crafts that students will color, cut and paste together.

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Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of Kindergarten Worksheets and Games. As a busy homeschooling mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! Beth is also the creator of 123Homeschool4Me.com where she shares more than 100,000 pages of FREE worksheets,& educational ideas for PreK-8th grade along with recipes and mom tips as well.

4 Comments

  • Hi,
    Love your letter craft and so do the kids. I spent the weekend making a set and put them up around my board on Monday. The kids spotted them straight away when they came in for their lessons and straight away asked to make them. They are a huge hit.
    I would love to ask though, what is the q for? Is it quilt?
    I would also like to see whether you would consider changing the I for island? Maybe insect? I teach an Intervention program for children in Grades 1-3 who need explicit, systematic phonic instruction. We work with letter sounds so would love if I could get a picture with the short I sound so like the rest of the letters, it follows the first basic sound we teach.

    • So glad you can make use of these. Yes, the q is for quilt =) When I get a chance, I will work on adding an i option that follows phonetic instruction.

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