Up next are the letters K, L, M, and N. This was a fun alphabet letter week because the kids got to fly kites when working on the letter K; learn more about ladybugs (and try to catch a few) when doing our letter L ladybug art project; read about mice for the letter M; and we practiced our numbers while putting letter N together!
As always these alphabet letter crafts can be so much more than just an art activity and learning the letter. Have fun with our printable alphabet letter crafts and get your kiddos excited about learning.
K is for KITE — L is for LADYBUG — M is for MOUSE — N is for NUMBERS!
These printable alphabet letter crafts help your little one have fun learning the ABCs. Follow along with us as we roll out a craft for the entire alphabet. We’re just past the halfway point and will be uploading four at a time from here forward so you and your littles can go at your own pace.
We’ve made a colored printable letter and a black & white printable letter for full creativity! Print off, cut, glue and you’re done or take it up a notch by adding whatever supplies you have on hand. That’s what’s so great about these alphabet letter crafts; they can be embellished and bedazzled to however your child desires! We always like to add a little extra bling and texture to our letters.
For our letter K kite craft, we fluffed the clouds with cotton balls. We also went outside and flew kites. Or at least attempted too!
Stacey’s son, Makai, decided his Letter L for ladybug craft deserved some red jewels and rainbow foam shape stickers (perfect for talking about shapes and colors too). He LOVES rainbow anything and would turn all of his letters into rainbows! While my daughter, Ind ie, with help from her older brother, colored her Letter L. And she used pipe cleaners for the antenna. We learned about ladybugs too and went outside to look for some.
Indie loved her Letter M mouse craft. She kept trying to pull it down to play with it. We used a big pink pom pom and more pipe cleaners for the nose and whiskers.
We had way too much fun with the Letter N! Those little balls are styrofoam foam balls we use in our slime. Find these foam balls here on Amazon. If your kids love sensory bins, these would be so much fun. All my kids couldn’t keep their hands away because they’re so satisfying to play with! Let your toddlers or preschoolers practice their numbers while working on their letter N craft.
We hang these up on the wall one by one until we’ve finished the entire alphabet. Our kids love looking at all the letters they’ve learned and created. It’s like their own little art exhibit!
If you’re just getting started, click on the letters below to see the post and get the free downloads.
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[ Thanks for supporting us and helping us grow this little blog. Your support makes it possible for us to continue sharing and creating printables! We no longer offer the alphabet letters crafts as a free printable. Insead of downloading one letter at a time we now have them all together in one file. They are listed in our Etsy shop at a huge discount so we can grow this blog a little faster. We appreciate your understanding. ]
Whether you’re a parent, grandparent, aunt/uncle, teacher, nanny, daycare worker, or babysitter these alphabet letter crafts are the perfect addition to helping the littles in your life learn their abc’s.
For even more abc learning, check out our fun alphabet sensory bin activity that will help with fine motor skills and matching as well! (click here to read the post and download the prints).
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Much love and aloha,
Stacey + Niki
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*Thanks for supporting us and helping us grow this little blog. Your support makes it possible for us to continue sharing and creating printables!