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  1. 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.

    1. KindergartenWorksheetsandGames says:

      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.

  2. I love this!! Thanks for sharing!!

  3. Thank you for creating and sharing these!

  4. I so appreciate you sharing! I want to use the in a weekly journal. My students will love them!

  5. I am so excited to find this! Your site and resources are generous and awesome!

    1. KindergartenWorksheetsandGames says:

      So glad you are here!

    2. I have been looking for this!!!! So great of you for sharing!! More blessing to you☺️

  6. Chastity Milligan says:

    I love, love, love these upper and lower case letter printable crafts!

    1. KindergartenWorksheetsandGames says:

      So glad you like them, my kids love them doing them too =)

  7. Chastity Milligan says:

    I love the letter crafts!

  8. Francheska Faye Alapto says:

    I really like this activity, my students really love it!

  9. I love the great ideas I see on your page.

    1. KindergartenWorksheetsandGames says:

      Thanks so much! WE are honored to have you as a reader =)

  10. We love the uppercase letters and now im trying to get the lower cas letters but i cannot figure out how to do it. everything i chick on wants me to add an extension to my internet which im not comfortable doing

    1. KindergartenWorksheetsandGames says:

      No need to download an extension! Scroll down, under terms of use, and enter email in the box and click download. It will immediately open PDF file. =)

  11. Mirela Căținaș says:

    Thank you!

  12. Thank you for your awesome crafts!

  13. Thank you so much Beth!

  14. Fiona Devlin says:

    Looking forward to trying these

  15. Thank you so very much for these great resources which you so generously share. You creativity and kindness is much appreciated. Blessings to you and your family.

  16. Jessica J Jagelski says:

    Thank you

  17. I’m so grateful to you for your wonderful work.These letters are so amazing!

  18. thank you so much for sharing this 🥰

  19. Thank you for sharing!

  20. keen to try out these activities

  21. Love these adorable letter crafts. I was wondering what the x is? Is it suppose to be an x-ray?
    Thanks for sharing these!

    1. KindergartenWorksheetsandGames says:

      Yes, an xray =)

  22. Thanks a bunch for this source..

  23. ene chavez says:

    such a lovely resource

  24. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  25. These are wonderful.

  26. Dynasty Leebrick says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  27. Cherry Klock says:

    This site is great. As a retired teacher. I’m able to use a lot of resources here to help my granddaughter here.

  28. Rebecca Kelly says:

    I’m looking forward to using this site for my Prek class. Animal Alphabet is my favorite craft, for the children. They make a binder for the upper and lower case letters and take it home at the end of the year.

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