For more pics and instructions, see our Letter C blog post!
Learn what sound the letter P makes!
How to Make the Porcupine from ABC See, Hear, Do
P is for Porcupine! Your kids or students are going to love making this adorable little critter with you! Don’t forget to keep practicing that letter P sound!
Bring back the lost art of sending cards by making your own postcards! Cut an 8.5x11 sheet of cardstock into rectangles (we cut the paper into fourths). Your child can draw a picture or design on one side. Flip the card over and on the other side, draw a straight line down the middle. On the left-hand side of the line, write a message to a friend or loved one. On the right-hand side, write the address and stick on a stamp. Then pop your cards in the mail, because it will be sure to brighten someone’s day!
Play Dough Letters
Do your kids like play dough as much as ours do? By adding letter stamps or alphabet cookie cutters to your play dough stash, you can increase your child’s exposure to letters. As you cut out and/or mold letter shapes together, your child can also practice letter names, sounds, or even blending and reading words.
Letter P Penguin
P is for Penguin! Letter crafts are always a fun, creative way to reinforce letter sounds with your students or children!
Letter P Snack Idea: Polar Bear Bagel
Isn’t this the cutest polar bear snack ever?! This yummy treat is a fun way to practice saying the letter P sound!