Looking for some fun and free letter F activities for preschool? Check these out!
We had a lot of fun with letter F! With grandparents in town at the end of the week, we didn’t get to as many activities as I’d have liked. But we were able to squeeze in some activities even as I spent several days cleaning the house and preparing for our guests.
Letter F Activities
My Three asked several times this week if he could do a “pwoject.” I confess that with all the preparation for my in-laws’ arrival, I just didn’t have the time or desire to do a lot of messy activities. But he was thrilled to make this paper plate fish. He painted the plate all by himself while I was making dinner. I was very surprised that he had the patience to do the whole thing! We did the rest of the fish after the paint had dried. Check out the rest of our letter F craft ideas.
For our sensory play activity, I put some dried beans and rice in a bin and pulled out our Schleich toy animals. I held up an animal, and he told me whether or not it was a farm animal. If it was a farm animal, it got a place in our farm in a box. I was pleased by how well he did with this, especially since it wasn’t long ago that he was mixing up raccoons and kangaroos!
We always like to bring it back to the whole alphabet! This week we did this puzzle find activity from I Can Teach My Child. This kept him busy for a long time!
Finally, we love to read books that feature our letter of the week. Here are some of our favorites for Letter F, with The Birthday Fish getting my personal vote for the best book! You can see many more books for letter F in our letter of the week book list.
All your links in one spot!
- Little Letter F Book (songs and rhymes)
- Letter F Dot Sticker Page
- My Letter F Book (with photos)
- Letter F Crafts
- Letter F Book List
- Fish Bubble Counting Mats
Is your child ready for more of a challenge?
My little guy just turned 3. If you have an older child or one who’s simply ready for the next step, try some of these!
- Try more letter F math activities.
- Do some letter F handwriting pages.
- Try Beginning Sound Cover with poker chips.
- Clip the pictures on our beginning sound clip cards.
- Practice beginning sounds with our match mats.
- Do a beginning sound coloring page.
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