I is for Iguana Craft – Preschool I Craft

Making an ‘I is for Iguana craft’ is a fun way to introduce the very first alphabet letter. This Letter I Craft is one of our favorite letter I activities for preschoolers because the word iguana starts with I and the letter craft is shaped like the letter I. This letter I preschool craft works well at home or in the preschool classroom.

finished I is for Iguana craft for preschoolers- the iguana is created from the shape of letter i decorated with pipe cleaners and googly eyes- kids activities blog
Let’s make an I is for Iguana craft!

Easy Letter I Craft

Preschoolers can either draw the letter I shape themselves or use our letter I template. Our favorite part of this letter craft is attaching the pipe cleaners and paper to make an iguana!

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supplies needed for I is for the iguana preschool letter I craft- pipe cleaner, googly eyes, and letter I template- kids activities blog
This is what you will need to make a preschool iguana craft!

Supplies needed for letter I craft

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Instructions For Letter I Preschool Craft: Iguana

Step 1 – Create the Letter I Shape

Trace and cut out letter I or download, print and cut out this letter I template:

Step 2 – Give Craft a Canvas Foundation

Glue the letter I onto the piece of construction paper of a contrasting color.

Step 3 – Add the Iguana Details to the Letter I

  1. For the iguana head: Cut out a half oval and glue the head to the top of the letter I.
  2. For the iguana eyes: Glue on the googly eyes.
  3. For the iguana tongues: Cut a small piece off of the red pipe cleaner and glue it on the top of the iguana head.
  4. For the iguana tail: Curl the green iguana tail and glue it to the bottom of the letter i.
finished I is for iguana preschool letter I craft on white background- kids activities blog
I love how our I is for Iguana craft turned out.

Finished I is For Iguana Craft

I is for Iguana Craft is done!  

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