Today we’re sharing 9 letter P crafts to create with your preschooler or kindergartner!
Letter P Crafts
Painting with vegetables is always fun! We had a huge pepper crop in our garden this year, so we grabbed a few that had seen better days, split them down the middle, cleared out the seeds, and made pepper prints.
My Four saw this adorable porcupine project from Preschool Playbook on my Letter P Pinterest board. He wanted to do it all by himself. So he cut the body, decorated with a marker and googly eye, and went to town with fork prints to make the quills. This is one of my favorites. 😉
Pig Shape Craft
I don’t do a lot of these types of craft with my Four; they’re so simple and don’t teach him much. But my Two loves them! I cut out the pieces for this pig craft and helped him apply glue in the right places. He patted everything down and added the dots for eyes. Cute. 🙂
This was a fun after school craft that all my big kids enjoyed. They did all the cutting and designing themselves. My Four is quite creative, as you can see. 😉 Maybe it’s a football player pumpkin? We saw these toothy pumpkins on Cindy DeRosier: My Creative Life.
Coffee Filter Peacock
You will see varations of this coffee filter peacock all over Pinterest. We used dot markers and glitter paint thumbprints for the tail. I cut out the pieces for the body, and my Two glued them down.
Paper Plate Pigs
Even though this is more of a structured craft, the kids still had a chance to be creative and do things their own way. I cut out the pieces. They painted, glued, and decorated. My Four decided his pig needed feet. We saw these paper plate pigs at Teach Preschool. I loved their special tip that let us complete the entire pig face without having to let the paint dry first!
Okay, I didn’t actually introduce the concept of “pointillism” to my two-year-old, but go for it if your little one will listen! I saw an idea for paint swatch pointillism at Lalymom and decided to do an easier version using cardstock with my Two. I cut big circles with my small circle punch (love that thing!), and he glued them onto a pumpkin pattern.
P is for Penguin
This letter P penguin was part of an entire Letter of the Week craft series I did at Crystal and Comp. Visit the original post for the free pattern.
Pom Pom Painting
I saw this idea for pom pom painting at Fantastic Fun and Learning. Both my Two and Four enjoyed this simple art activity using clothespins, pom poms, and paint.
Alphabet Curriculum for Preschool
Our curriculum includes lessons for teaching both upper and lowercase letter names and sounds. You’ll get three lessons per letter, built-in review, simple handwriting practice, rhyming, syllable counting, phonemic awareness, and a whole lot more!
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Hello! You are welcome to use any of the free resources on my site, but I don’t have experience teaching English as a second language.
Lots of great ideas. Thank you.