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Learn what sound the letter L makes!
Laundry letters is a fun activity to practice the letter L and review other letters. Make mini clothes out of paper or cardstock and give each piece of clothing a letter. Children can match uppercase to lowercase letters, say the letters or sounds, or even blend sounds to make words. No detergent required!
Speaking of adorable, these ladybug puppets are an easy way to practice the letter L! Using construction paper, foam or felt, cut one large black circle for the ladybug body and one small black circle for the head. Cut another large red circle for the wings, and then cut that circle in half and add spots. Attach the wings and head with glue, and finally, tape your cute little bug to a popsicle stick. Add googly eyes and pipe cleaner antennae. Draw a smile, and let your child enjoy playing with their ladybug puppet!
How to Make the Lion from ABC See, Hear, Do
L is for Lion! Your kids or students will have a great time making this letter sound as you recreate the adorable ABC See, Hear, Do lion.
Letter L Llama
L is for Llama! This fun and tactile letter L animal is the perfect way to reinforce that letter sound with your kids or students!
Letter L Snack Idea: Lion Bagel
This delicious lion snack is sure to fill your little one’s belly and creates a perfect opportunity to practice the letter L sound with them! Smear peanut butter on a pancake. Using bananas, pretzel sticks, and raisins, create the lion’s face. Finally, create the lion’s mane with mandarin orange slices. Yum!