Looking for some amazing letter K crafts to help your young child develop and learn their alphabet before school starts? Look no further! 

 

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These Letter K crafts are perfect for keeping your little one engaged and having a blast while learning. 

 

A New Letter Every Week

 

With little ones, building a foundation of every letter in the alphabet is essential. This can easily be done by focusing on different letters each week, for 52 weeks. 

 

Focusing on one letter a week through different crafts and activities is a great way to teach the letters of the alphabet to toddlers. 

 

How it works is that each week is centered around a different letter of the alphabet. A week is enough time to begin a foundation for a letter in both uppercase letters and lowercase letters.

 

It gives a great structure for your week and helps prepare your little ones for when they begin school.

 

Benefits to letter of the week craft

 

There are many benefits to teaching a new letter each week.

 

  • Helps with letter recognition
  • Develops fine motor skills
  • Focusing on one letter a week with crafts is a fun way to help learn all of the alphabet letters so it will relieve a lot of pressure that children often feel
  • Preschool crafts are so much fun! it’s a great time for young kids to relax the body and work their mind.

 

For my kids, the letter K was a trickier letter to learn, simply because it isn’t seen as much as ther

 

Supplies you might need for Letter K Crafts

 

When it comes to fun alphabet crafts, chances are you will need a few of the supplies from this list. Before you begin your letter activities, make sure you have the right stuff! Here are a few must haves for preschool activities: 

  • Construction paper
  • Glue stick
  • Googly eyes (because why not?!)
  • Tissue Paper
  • Popsicle Sticks
  • Old magazines (for making alphabet collages)

 

Letter K Crafts 

 

Here are a few of our favorite letter k crafts to help teach your toddler the letter K.

 

Koala Bear Paper Plate Craft by Craft Play Learn

 

This koala craft is a fun activity filled with step by step instructions to help you make an adorable koala

 

Paper Bag Kitten Puppet by Simply Full of Delight

 

One of my daughters favorite alphabet activities is when we would make an animal puppet, so of course this craft project made the list.

 

K is for Kite Handprint by Homeschool of 1

 

This is one of the best printable activities! Not only is it one of those fun crafts your kids will want to make all week, but it helps teach the letter sound.

 

Koala Hand print Craft with Kids by Simple Everyday Mom

 

Who knew that with a simple piece of paper, you can make adorable animals and teach your child all about the entire alphabet with easy letter crafts like this fun Koala craft?!

 

Killer Whale Headband Craft by Simple Everyday Mom

 

Whether you are focusing on lower case letters or upper case, letter learning has never been more fun than when you add in sea creatures.

 

Cut out Key Shapes by tracing an old key on a construction paper and have them cut it out.

 

Upgrade Craft Time

 

Sometimes for busy little minds, it can be difficult to sit and focus on what needs to get done. There is just so much excitement in the world, who can really blame them?!

 

To help them focus on their letter K crafts, here are a few methods that can help them sit and focus and really get their creativity moving. 

 

1) Play calming music to help them focus or something exciting like an audiobook of fairy tales

2) Place out a few snacks like a charcuterie board with cut up kiwi fruit

3) Make their supplies special. I have a box full of supplies that are only allowed during our alphabet lessons. That means that they can only use the special markers during this lesson, which makes it more special

4) Involve others! If possible, invite Grandma or Mr. Bob from down the road to sit and create with them. 

 

Letter K Crafts During Independent Play

 

Building a foundation for your child so that they can recognize the letter K doesn’t have to be too time consuming. In fact, there are ways for you to add in the letter K with simple independent play. 

 

Don’t know much about Independent play? Click here to read more.

 

For toy rotation, for example, put away the old toys and only use items that start with the letter K. This can look like using their play kitchen, a stuffed Kangaroo and kinetic sand in a sensory box. 

 

This can also look like setting out a letter page or letter mats with the letter K that can make a strong mental impression. 

 

More ways to engage your toddler

 

 

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