For more pics and instructions, see our Letter C blog post!
Learn what sound the letter C makes!
How to Make the Cat from ABC See, Hear, Do
C is for CAT! Make this adorable cat craft this with your little ones or students, and practice the letter C sound!
Snowed in? It's time for snow ABCs! Fill any empty container (water bottles, old ketchup, syrup, or even spray bottles) with water and add a couple drops of food coloring. Then Then bundle up and let your kids decorate the snow with letters! If your child doesn’t have the fine motor coordination to make letters, let them create art while you create letters. It’s a fun way to brighten up the snow and practice letters and sounds!
Letter C Mandalas
Winter time is a great time to make ice mandalas. Why not make them educational by creating letters? Throw on a coat and boots and collect some natural materials (sticks, pine needles, berries, etc...). Then grab any Tupperware-type containers (we used small round ones) and use the found materials to create your letters in each bowl. Add a string and enough water to cover your letters, and stick the bowls in the freezer. Once frozen, hang them in a tree! Not only is it beautiful art, it's a fun way to practice letters and words!
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!
Lowercase Letter C Cat
This clever cat craft is the perfect way to reinforce the letter c sound while learning about the lowercase letter c!
Letter C Caterpillar
"C" is for Caterpillar! Turning letters into animals or objects is a fun way to reinforce letter sounds. This cute caterpillar is an easy and fun craft to make with your kids or your students!
Letter C Snack Idea: Caterpillar Kabobs
Your kids will love these easy-to-make caterpillar kabobs! It is a fun and delicious way to keep reinforcing letter sounds.
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 pass. The possibilities are endless!