Easter Crafts and Activities

Looking for simple crafts and activities for Easter? We’ve got you covered!

Alphabet Egg Puzzle Match

This alphabet egg puzzle is a fun way to practice matching lowercase to uppercase letters! To make the puzzle, cut egg shapes out of colorful cardstock. Then cut each egg in half with a fun pattern and write the lowercase letter on the top half with the uppercase letter on the bottom. To make the game more challenging, try using all the same color paper (so your little ones can’t match by color!). As always, feel free to adapt, based on the needs of your learners!

Thumbprint Chicks

These thumbprint chicks are a cinch to create and make the perfect Easter card!  Dip your little one’s thumb into yellow paint and then stamp the paper. Use an orange marker for the beaks and feet and a black marker for the eye.  Feel free to encourage your child to add grass, a message, or any other creative touches!

Play dough Surprise Eggs

For an Easter egg twist, open plastic eggs and hide a letter inside (or a word for older kids!).  Then cover with play dough and let your little ones open their surprises! When they open them, challenge them to say the letter or sound!  

Easter Egg Letter Dyes

Dying Easter eggs is often a fun way to celebrate the Easter holiday. You can make this activity a bit more educational by using a white crayon to write on the eggs before your little ones dye them. Write their name to practice name recognition, letters, sight words, or any other things you want to focus on! Your little ones will love dying the eggs and seeing the words appear, and you’ve also snuck in some learning! Hooray!

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Letter s Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun lowercase letter s ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the letter s sound.

Lowercase Letter Craft

This sneaky snake craft is the perfect way to reinforce the letter s sound while learning about the lowercase letter s! Stay tuned this week for more fun activities to help your children or students reinforce that letter s sound!

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ABC See, Hear, Do Salamander Craft

Make this awesome salamander craft, inspired by the ABC See, Hear, Do book! Then share your amazing creations with us!  

Sensory Jars

Sensory jars are a simple and engaging way to keep little ones busy and learning. Even better, they can be customized to fit the needs of your learners! One way to create a sensory jar is to place various objects in an empty jar or bottle and then add rice. As the child turns the jar to find objects, see if they can guess the letter that object starts with! Another idea is to fill the jar with alphabet letters in the rice to see how many letter names or sounds your little ones can find and say!

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Letter m Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun lowercase letter m ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the letter m sound.

Lowercase Letter Craft

This fun macaroni craft is the perfect way to reinforce the letter m sound while learning about the lowercase letter m!  

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ABC See, Hear, Do Monkey Craft

Make this awesome monkey craft, inspired by the ABC See, Hear, Do book! Then share your amazing creations with us!  

Magnet ABCs

Lowercase letter magnets and a cookie sheet provide lots of fun learning opportunities! Let your little ones practice alphabetizing, spelling, pronouncing letter sounds, matching uppercase to lowercase letters, matching magnets to letter flashcards, and so much more!

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Letter t Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun lowercase letter t ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the letter t sound.

Lowercase Letter Craft

This adorable tiger craft is the perfect way to reinforce the letter t sound while learning about the lowercase letter t!  

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ABC See, Hear, Do Turtle Craft

Make this tiny turtle craft, inspired by the ABC See, Hear, Do book! Then share your amazing creations with us!  

Take-out Letters

Take-out Letters is a simple but fun way to reinforce sounds and names of letters! Fill a clean take-out box with foam letters and let your child use kid-friendly chopsticks to grab them out! With each letter they pull out, encourage your child to say the letter sound and/or name. This is also a great fine motor skills activity. Enjoy!

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Letter a Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun lowercase letter a ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the letter a sound.

Lowercase Letter Craft

This adorable apple craft is the perfect way to reinforce the letter a sound while learning about the lowercase letter a!

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ABC See, Hear, Do Ant Craft

Make this adorable ant craft, inspired by the ABC See, Hear, Do book! Then share your amazing creations with us!  

Letter a Picture Sound Boards

This picture sound board is a great way to reinforce the letter a sound and practice beginning sounds! Begin by cutting out or printing a variety of pictures on cardstock. Make sure to include examples that begin with the short a sound, as well as others that begin with a different sound.  Then, let your little ones put a chip or marker on each letter a sound they hear!  

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Letter c Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun lowercase letter c ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the letter c sound.

Lowercase Letter Craft

This clever cat craft is the perfect way to reinforce the letter c sound while learning about the lowercase letter c!  

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ABC See, Hear, Do Cat Craft

Make this awesome cat craft, inspired by the ABC See, Hear, Do book! Then share your amazing creations with us!  

Letter Cars

Cars provide a fun and engaging way to learn and practice letter sounds! Start by adding lowercase letter stickers to cars. Add in flashcards, and you’ve got “parking spots” for your cars. Your little ones can practice matching (or parking!) their cars on the flashcards. Encourage them to match lowercase to lowercase, lowercase to uppercase, or focus on the sounds as they park or drive past. The possibilities are endless!  

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Valentines Crafts and Activities

Need simple crafts and activities for Valentine’s Day? We’ve got you covered!

Hide-and-Seek Hearts

Hide-and-Seek Hearts is super simple, but such a fun game for your kiddos to play. Cut out hearts (we went super easy with foam hearts, but any hearts will do!) and write a letter on each one. Then hide the hearts around your home or school for your kids to find! As they find each one, encourage them to say the letter sound or name. And make sure to have fun!

Confetti Heart Card

This confetti heart card will be a hit with your little one! It may require adult help to assemble, but the result is mesmerizing! Start by cutting a heart shape out of a piece of cardstock. Then cut a slightly larger heart out of both another piece of cardstock (we used pink) and a laminating sheet. Tape the laminating sheet over the original heart cutout, followed by the pink cardstock heart. When taping to the pink heart, leave a space at the top. Pour glitter in between the laminating sheet and pink cardstock. Finally, finish taping the top of the heart to make sure the glitter can’t escape, and voila! A fun, snow-globe effect of glitter in a heart-shape, making it the perfect Valentines card for your little ones to give out or keep for themselves!

I Love You Thumbprint Craft

This thumbprint craft can be completed in just a few minutes, but it may become artwork you will cherish for years to come! We used a mini-canvas with a magnet attached, so it could easily be displayed on the fridge. But feel free to use cardstock, watercolor paper, or whatever you have accessible! Dab paint on your little one’s thumb and help them make a heart shape with two thumb-stamps. After they wash their hands, give them a marker to write a message like “I love you.” Hang the final product on the fridge or give as a gift to someone you love!  

ABC Heart Letter Match

No prep time? No problem! We love this ABC Heart Letter Match. We wrote uppercase letters on sticker hearts we found in the Target dollar section, and then we wrote matching lowercase letters on a piece of paper. Give the paper and stickers to your little ones so they can match the letters. This doubles as a great fine motor activity!  

Sugar Cookie Hearts

Let’s be honest—sugar cookies are perfect for any holiday. Letting the kids decorate their own cookies adds extra fun and excitement— plus, it helps to keep those little hands busy!   

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Holiday Crafts and Activities

Need simple crafts and activities for the holidays? We’ve got you covered!

Alphabet Christmas Tree Clothespin Craft

These little alphabet Christmas trees are a cinch to put together! We cut triangles out of green cardstock, wrote a letter on each one, and let our little ones decorate the trees! We added a clothespin to help them stand tall. Now your little ones can create an alphabet forest, spell words, or anything else you or they can imagine!  

Candy Cane Snack

Bananas and strawberries make this candy cane snack a perfect healthy holiday treat!

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Red and Green Bowtie Alphabet Sensory Bins

Bowtie pasta makes for a wonderful holiday sensory bin! To make it extra special, add color! To do this, first pour ¼ cup rubbing alcohol into a Ziploc bag. Next, add 5-8 drops food coloring.  Then add 2 cups of uncooked pasta, seal the bag and mix until the pasta is evenly coated. Finally, dump the pasta onto a baking tray lined with a paper towel. Let dry several hours or overnight. Repeat this process for each color you want. Once dry, add to a bin with letters and let your little ones have fun exploring and learning!

Snowman Snack

Here’s another simple and yummy holiday treat! Give your child a few banana slices, pretzel sticks, and chocolate chips, and let them build their own snowman snacks!  

Holiday Alphabet Game

This holiday game can be customized to fit any shape or theme, making it one of our favorites. Start by drawing an outline of a shape, such as a dreidel, snowman, or tree. Add circular stickers around the outer-edge of the outline, with designated “start” and “end” spots. Then, grab a die, game markers for each player (we used gumdrops!), and flashcards. On each person’s turn, they can choose an ABC See, Hear, Do flashcard (or homemade letter cards), say the letter name, the letter sound, and a word that starts with that letter. If they get them right, they roll the die and move that number of spaces. The best part is that you can change the rules and content to fit your child’s specific needs!  Don’t forget to DM us your own versions!

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Thanksgiving Crafts and Activities

Need simple crafts and activities for Thanksgiving? We’ve got you covered!

Leaf Stomp

Leaf Stomp is a fun indoor activity that encourages lots of moving and letter practice! To prepare, cut leaf shapes out of cardstock and add a targeted letter or letter blend on each. We suggest laminating them for extra durability. Then play lots of letter stomping games! You can call out different letters while your little ones stomp on them and say their sound. You can line the leaves up in a row and have your little ones hop from leaf to leaf saying the letter sounds. Or you’re welcome to come up with your own fun game—please let us know if you do!  

Turkey Handprint

This turkey handprint is the perfect Thanksgiving keepsake to make with your little one!  

Turkey Gratitude Craft

Thanksgiving is a classic time to reflect on what you are grateful for. Encourage your little one to think grateful thoughts with this adorable turkey gratitude craft!  

Turkey Food Craft

We love food crafts! This little turkey is made of a graham cracker, Nutella, candy corn, candy eyeballs, and writing frosting. It makes an easy but delicious treat!    

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Halloween Crafts and Activities

Need simple crafts and activities for Halloween? We’ve got you covered!

Pumpkin Alphabet Match-up

This is a perfect pre-carving pumpkin activity! Write a few letters on your pumpkins. Then write matching letters on small stickers. Encourage your child to match the stickers to the letters on the pumpkin. They can also practice saying each letter name and sound as they find them!

Spider Web Watercolor Art

This spider web art activity is super cool. Adults can easily prep by drawing a spider web with a white crayon on a white piece of paper. Then let your little ones paint the paper with watercolors. As they paint, a spider web will magically appear!  

Spider and Eyeballs Sensory Bin

Halloween is filled with all sorts of creepy things, so why not make a sensory bin filled with googly eyes and spider rings? Throw in some alphabet letters, and you’ve got an easy and fun activity to engage your little ones! Don’t forget to encourage them to say the letter names and sounds as they find them!   

Eyeball Alphabet Trace

This fun alphabet tracing activity uses googly eyes—we couldn’t resist! They’re perfect for Halloween!

Candy Corn Fruit Parfait

This delicious and fun parfait is a scrumptious and (mostly) healthy Halloween snack! Even better, you can put it together in a snap!  

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Letter Z Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun letter Z ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the  letter Z sound.

Letter Z Straw Letters

These fun letter Z straw letters are easy and cheap to make! Grab some straws, an iron, scissors, and wax paper. Start by cutting the straws into different sized-pieces (grown-ups may want to do this part). Then encourage your little ones to help “build” letter Zs. Finally, cover the straw Zs with wax paper and make sure its a a grown-up who irons the letters together - we suggest ironing them on an ironing board or towel. Watch as your little one’s creations melt together, creating extra-funky letter art!  For added fun, try hiding your newly-created letters around the house for a game of letter Z hide-and-seek! Or create straw letters for any of the other straight-edge letters: A, E, F, H, I, K, L, M, N, T, V, W, X, and Y!

Letter Z Zebra

Z is for Zebra! Making a letter craft is a great way for you to reinforce letter sounds with your kids or students. This one is also perfect for practicing scissors skills as they cut out the zebra’s stripes!

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ABC See, Hear, Do Zebra Craft

This ABC See, Hear, Do-inspired Zebra is a great way to continue practicing the letter Z sound with your kids or students. Remember to share anything you make with us! It is so much fun seeing everything your kids create!

Zebra Hands and Feet Paintings

Try this fun and easy zebra painting activity with your little ones! All you need are a sheet of paper, paint (we used black and white for the zebra), and a paintbrush or two. Paint your child’s foot (as shown) and help them stamp it onto the paper. Then do the same with their hand, using only white paint. Use more black paint or even a black marker to add your zebra’s stripes! Now you have two adorable Zebra paintings and a fun handprint/footprint memory!

Letter Z Zoo Snack

Z is for Zoo! This simple snack is clever way to reinforce the letter Z sound. Pretzel sticks and animal crackers are all it takes for your child to have some fun and create their own zoo!

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Letter Q Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun letter Q ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the  letter Q sound.

Quicksand Letters

For this fun sensory activity, all you need is sand and letters! Use as much or as little sand as you want, pour it into a container with some letters, and you’re ready to go! We decided to pour our “quicksand” in a dish with foam letters! Kids love playing with the sand, burying the letters, and then digging them back out again. Encourage your little ones to say the letter sounds as they play. This quicksand activity provides a fun way to practice the letters and their sounds, while targeting the letter Q!

Letter Q Quail

This fun letter craft is a great way to introduce the letter Q to your little ones or students. Practice the letter sound as you make your own adorable quails!

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ABC See, Hear, Do Quail Craft

Q is for Quail! This craft is a another fun way to continue practicing that letter Q sound with your kids or students!

Q-tip Letters and Painting

Instead of keeping your kids away from the Q-tips, why not give in this time? Use them to paint! Dip Q-tips in paint and encourage your child to practice writing the letter Q or to paint a picture. Just keep them far away from ears!

Letter Q Q-Tip Pretzel Sticks

Q is for q-tip! All you need for this snack idea are pretzels and mini marshmallows. Your kids will love creating their snacks all by themselves, and you’ll love watching them develop their fine motor skills!

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Letter X Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun letter X ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the  letter X sound.

Letter X Scavenger Hunt

To practice the letter x, try this fun and easy scavenger hunt! Look for things around your house, outside, or anywhere else, for that matter, that can be made into an X. Pipe cleaners, paintbrushes, grass, sticks... the possibilities are endless! With each x you make or find, be sure to encourage your little one to say the x sound!  

Letter X X-ray

Practice saying that tricky letter X sound with your kids or students as they create this simple letter craft. Then share all of your awesome creations with us! We love them!

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ABC See, Hear, Do X-Ray Tetra Fish Craft

Who wouldn’t want to make an X-ray tetra fish craft? Inspired by the ABC See, Hear, Do book, this craft is another fun way to reinforce the letter X!

X-Ray Craft

X is for x-ray! It doesn’t take a lot to make a fun, educational craft with your kids or students. Grab some chalk, glue, Q-tips, and black (or any dark-colored) paper. Help your child or student trace their hand and part of their arm with chalk. Then, still using chalk, color it in! Finally, glue Q-tips to the outline to look like bones. They’ve just created their very own x-ray!

Letter X Xylophone Snack

This fun xylophone snack is a great way to reinforce the letter X with your kids or students. All it takes is graham crackers, colorful candies (we used M&Ms), and icing. For the mallets, use pretzel sticks and mini marshmallows! Yum!

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Letter V Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun letter V ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the  letter V sound.

ABC Vroom!

V is for vroom!  Create this fun activity by cutting cardstock into strips. Write letters on the ends of each strip (with the same letter on both ends of each strip). With a piece of tape at each end, tape the strips to the floor to make cool tunnels!  As your child “vrooms” their car through the tunnels, make sure they practice the sounds of the letters they pass!

Letter V Valentine

This cute letter V valentine craft is a LOVE-ly way to reinforce the letter V sound with your kids or students. Plus, it can make a fun gift for a loved one!

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ABC See, Hear, Do Vulture Craft

This vulture craft, inspired by ABC See, Hear, Do: Beginning Letter Sounds, is a fun way to reinforce the letter V sound with your kids or students! Try making one, and as always, don’t forget to share pictures of your creations with us!

Letter V Vegetable Painting

Having trouble convincing your kids to eat their vegetables? Then paint with them instead! Start by grabbing a variety of veggies from your fridge or pantry. Then cut some up or leave them whole, depending on your preference. Arm your child with a piece of paper, paint, and the vegetables, and watch them stamp, dip, roll, and get creative as they make their own vegetable painting!

Letter V Volcano Snack

Mold chocolate cereal treats and marshmallow creme (or melted marshmallows) into a volcano. Then let it erupt with pull-n-peel candy “lava” down the sides.

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Letter Y Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun letter Y ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the  letter Y sound.

Y-eating Monster

Make your own Y-eating monster! Decorate a tissue box with eyes, teeth, arms, and anything else you and your child see fit! Then begin “feeding” him and practicing the letter y sound!

Letter Y Yak

Y is for yak! Letter crafts are a fun way to reinforce letter sounds with your kids or students! Try this letter Y craft this week, and then tag us so we can see all of your wonderful Letter Y Yaks!

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ABC See Hear Do Yak Craft

You might recognize this adorable yak from the cover of our first book, ABC See, Hear, Do: Learn to Read 55 Words. We love this craft and think your kids or students will, too! Tag or DM us your adorable creations!

Letter Y Yarn Letters

Yarn letters are a unique way to practice the letter Y. Roll a piece of parchment or wax paper onto a flat surface. Trace or free hand the letters you want to make, then cut up yarn into small pieces. Pour Elmer’s glue into a bowl and soak each piece of yarn in the glue before pressing it onto the wax paper letter shapes. Once all the letters are filled in, let them dry overnight. After drying, peel off the wax paper to reveal yarn letters that not only hold their shape, but make a custom educational craft!

Letter Y Yo-Yo  Snack

This simple and fun yo-yo snack will definitely get your kids excited and ready to learn the letter Y sound. Who can resist cookies and licorice?

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Letter K Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun letter K ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the  letter K sound.

Kicking Letters

Here’s a way to practice letter sounds and get moving! Tape letters to orange cones or an outside wall. Then have your child kick a ball into the letters! As they kick, they need to practice the letter sounds. This encourages kids to release their energy while practicing the letter sounds—score!  

Letter K Kite

This adorable kite craft is so easy and fun to make! Try it out with your kids or students and remember to practice that letter K sound!

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ABC See, Hear, Do Kangaroo Craft

This kangaroo is a fun craft that helps reinforce the letter K sound as your kids or students relate it to the ABC See, Hear, Do book!

Letter K Kite Salt Painting

K is for kites! This salt painting can be made with only a few resources. Using liquid glue, trace a shape on the paper (this is letter K, so we made it a kite).  Then add salt to the wet glue. Use a baking tray to keep the salt contained. Afterwards, let your child paint the salt with watercolors and watch as the color travels slowly up the salt! An awesome way to practice the letter K!

Letter K Kite Snack

This simple, delicious snack is a fun way to reinforce the letter K sound with your kids! Don’t forget to share your awesome snack creations with us! We’d love to see them!

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Letter N Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun letter N  ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the  letter N sound.

Alphabet Noodles

Noodles make a great sensory activity for the letter N. Just boil noodles per the package directions, then strain and cool. In separate ziploc bags, add 2 tablespoons of water and approximately 20 drops of food coloring. Divide the noodles into the bags then squish them until all the color is infused. Finally, dump the noodles into a large container and add letters. Enjoy all the fun your little ones will have exploring and practicing letters!

Letter N Night

This letter craft is a fun and easy one! Your little ones will love adding stickers to create their own night scene. Don’t forget to share your nighttime N’s with us—we love seeing your creations!

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ABC See, Hear, Do Narwhal Craft

Who doesn’t love a narwhal craft? This narwhal is a perfect way to reinforce the letter N sound. Follow it up with a quick research party to learn more about these fascinating creatures!

Letter N Necklace Craft

Necklaces are a fun craft to make when learning the letter N. You just need a piece of string and beads. To begin, tie a knot (or a bead) to one end of the string to act as a stopper. Then let your child fill up the necklace with beads.  Once they are done, tie the string off to complete it. Then your child can enjoy wearing their new craft!

Letter N Nest Snack

Try this yummy marshmallow treat to reinforce that letter N sound with your little ones! Mix together marshmallow créme with crisp rice cereal, then form several balls into nest shapes. Finally, add candies to the top to look like little eggs inside your nest.

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Letter E Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun letter E ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the letter E sound.

Egg Carton Alphabet Fun

Egg cartons and printed letters make for an inexpensive way to practice letters and their sounds! First, place letters in an egg carton. You can use a large or small carton, depending on the letters you want your child to work on. Give your child a ball and let them “bounce” it into the egg carton. When the ball lands, they can practice the corresponding letter sound!

Another way to play is by making an ABC match. With a second set of letters (we used a foam puzzle), your child can match up the letters.

And for even more practice, cut your egg carton into individual pieces. This allows your child to practice letter sounds individually or combine the letters into words. As always, no matter which way you choose to use your egg cartons, make sure to have fun!

Letter E Egg

E is for Egg! This letter craft is an excellent way to reinforce the letter E sound!

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ABC See Hear Do Elephant Craft

The ABC See, Hear, Do elephant is the cutest! Try making this adorable craft with your kids or students, and don’t forget to practice that E sound!

Letter E Elephant Craft

Try this easy elephant craft when learning about the letter E! Begin with gray paint (or mix white and black together to make gray). First, let your child paint their hands, then stamp the paper with their painted hands. When the paint dries, flip the paper upside down and add eyes, a mouth, and a tail to each handprint. Feel free to use green and brown paper scraps to embellish your craft with a jungle tree collage!

Letter E Elephant Snack

E is for Elephant! This cute snack idea is not only easy and fun to do, but it is sure to fill your kiddos right up! Try practicing the letter E sound while you make and eat it!

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Letter W Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun letter W ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the  letter W sound.

Window Letters

Window letters are a fantastic way to practice letter sounds! All you have to do is squirt water on the window and watch the foam letters stick! A water bottle with a squirt top works great and is perfect for little hands. Your child can practice saying the letter sounds as they squirt the letters, or more advanced readers can combine letters to make simple words! Either way, it’s a cheap and easy activity your children or students will love!  

Letter W Watermelon

W is for Watermelon! This creative letter craft is a wonderful way to reinforce that letter W sound with your kids or students! Try it out and don’t forget to share your artwork with us!

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ABC See, Hear, Do Walrus Craft

Check out this week’s ABC See, Hear, Do animal craft! This walrus is so adorable and fun.

Letter W Watermelon Craft

Watermelons are such a yummy summer treat! Why not make this easy watermelon painting with your children or students? Slice a potato watermelon-style. Then add pink and green paint to a plate and watch as your child dips the potato wedge into the pink and stamps the paper. Use a paintbrush (or a finger) to add green for the rind, and after drying, use a marker (or black paint) to draw seeds! Then enjoy your child’s cute new painting!  

Letter W Whale Snack

W is for Whale! This whale snack is a clever way to help your little ones learn that letter W sound!

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Letter D Crafts and Activities

We've got a lot of fun letter D ideas for you! Try some of these crafts or activities to reinforce the  letter D sound.

Alphabet Dirt

D is for dirt! If you can handle a little mess, try an alphabet dirt sensory bin! A bag of potting soil and some alphabet letters make this an easy activity to put together. Mix everything in a bin or container and let your child dig for letters!

Letter D Dalmatian

D is for Dalmatian! This letter craft is an easy way to reinforce this letter sound with your kids or students. All you need are paper, scissors, and glue for the body, and a marker to draw your very own dalmatian’s adorable face.

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ABC See Hear Do Dog Craft

We love our ABC See, Hear, Do Crafts, and this one is no exception! This dog craft is easy to do, and your kids or students will be so proud of themselves! Don’t forget to share their creations with us! We love seeing all your creativity and hard work!

Letter D Dandelion Craft

D is for dandelions! Make these colorful dandelions to reinforce the letter D. Draw an outline of a dandelion, then squirt paint on a paper plate. Encourage your child to use their fingertips to paint the flower, and enjoy their beautiful creations!

Letter D Dirt Snack

Who doesn’t love eating dirt?! This delicious snack is sure to put a smile on your children’s faces. Don’t forget to add the worm!

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