Letter R

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Learn what sound the letter R makes!

How to make the Raccoon from ABC See, Hear, Do

R is for Raccoon! We love this fun craft that you can make with your kids or students to go alongside the ABC See, Hear, Do book! It's a great way to keep practicing the letter R sound.

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Rainbow Craft

R is for rainbows! Spring is right around the corner, and rainbow crafts are a cheery way to add color to your walls! Start by cutting strips of paper in various colors. Then let your child rip, rip, rip the strips into smaller pieces–which also provides fine motor practice (win, win!). Finally, have your child glue the pieces onto a blank sheet of paper to make a rainbow!


Alphabet Water Beads

Water beads are a great sensory activity. They come in bags of tiny beads and when you add water, they become much larger marble-sized squishy balls. A small package can produce thousands of tiny balls! Try adding letters to the water beads, then have your child find all the R’s. As they find the R’s they can practice saying the R sound.

ABC See, Hear, Do Raccoon Craft

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


Lowercase Letter r Craft

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


Letter R Rain Cloud

R is for rain! This is a fun letter craft to help your children or students as they learn the letter R.


Letter R Snack Idea: Rainbow Treat

This fun and delicious snack is sure to be a hit with your kids! It's a great way to practice the letter R sound, fine motor skills, and even colors!


Rice Sensory Bins

Rice and abc letters are a quick and easy way to make a fun alphabet sensory bin! To make the rice a bit more colorful: in a ziploc bag, combine 1 tablespoon vinegar and several drops of food coloring, then add 1 cup of rice. Mix until coated, then spread on a paper-towel-covered cookie sheet to dry. Once dried, add alphabet letters and let your little ones play, learn, and explore!