Letter S

For more pics and instructions, see our Letter S blog post!

 

Learn what sound the letter S makes!

How to Make the Salamander from ABC See, Hear, Do

S is for Salamander! Try making this fun paper craft with your little ones or students while practicing the letter S sound!

 

 
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Sheep Craft

S is for sheep! Make a simple sheep craft using paper, cotton balls, glue, and googly eyes. Just cut a piece of black paper into a sheep shape, glue cotton balls onto the body, add eyes, and voila! Your cute little sheep is complete!

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Indoor Snowballs

Indoor snowballs are an inexpensive but educational way to "throw in" some letter practice (pun intended). Start by taping various letters to the wall. Then use cotton balls or crumpled paper for the “snowballs.” Let your child pick a letter and try to hit it with their snowball. As they throw, encourage them to say the letter sound. You can even have a friendly competition to see who can hit the most letters and correctly say the letter sounds!

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!  

Lowercase Letter s Craft

This sneaky snake craft is the perfect way to reinforce the letter s sound while learning about the lowercase letter s!

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Letter S Snake

S is for snake! This letter craft is a great way to help your kids or students have fun while learning letters and letter sounds.

Letter S Snack Idea: Snake Breadsticks

This is an easy snack idea that your kids will have so much fun making with you! Practice the S sound as you're making these yummy snake-shaped breadsticks!

 

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!