Finally we are to Letter Z crafts! Zoo, zebra, zazzy, zip, zag, are all great z words. These Letter Z Crafts and Activities are the last in our fun with letter series. This is great to practice letter recognition and writing skill building that work well in the classroom or at home.

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Let’s choose a letter Z craft!

Learning the Letter Z Through Crafts & Activities

These awesome letter Z crafts and activities are perfect for kids ages 2-5. These fun letter alphabet crafts are a great way to teach your toddler, preschooler, or kindergartener their letters. So grab your paper, glue stick, and crayons and start learning the letter Z!

Related: More ways to learn the letter Z

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Letter Z Crafts For Kids

Z is for Zebra Craft

Z is for zebra with this simple letter craft. What a creative way to learn the letter z via Kids Activities Blog

Z is for Zipper Craft

The letter z is made from a zipper in this cute craft. All you need is red, blue, and white paper, and black marker. via The Princess and the Tot

Zebra Letter Z Craft

How adorable is this zebra handprint craft?! via Mommy Minutes

Z is for Cupcake Liner Zebra Craft

Use cupcake liners to make a zebra! via I Heart Crafty Things

Z is for Zoo Craft

Lace yarn through a paper plate to make a z is for zoo craft. This could be a fun craft to do while reading “If I Ran A Zoo” by Dr. Seuss.

Z is for Zipper Board Craft

Make a zipper board to practice hand-eye coordination while learning about the letter z! via Learning 4 Kids

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Look how cute that zebra mask is!

Z is for Zoo Letter Crafts

Z is for Zoo with this fun craft. This is great for preschool and kindergarten students. via Our Alphabet Adventure

Z is for Zebra Mask Craft

Make a zebra mask from a paper plate for this super cute craft. It is a simple, but fun letters of the alphabet craft. via East Coast Mommy

Fun Letter Z Craft

We just love this Z is for Zinnia flower craft made with tissue paper. I love good ideas, and this is a one of those art projects that not only teaches letter Z, but a new type of flowers! 

Cute Little Letter Z Craft

This Letter Z craft reinforces the letter’s sounds. via The Measured Mom

Fun Letter Z Alphabet Crafts

Use marbles to paint this letter z craft! via Mom To 2 Posh Little Divas

Letter Z Activities For Preschool

Letter Z Activities

Race cars on a zig-zag track. via Brilliant Beginnings Preschool

LETTER Z WORKSHEETS Activities

Learn about the uppercase letters and lowercase letters with this fun educational printable pack. They are a great activity for practicing fine motor skills as well as teaching young learners letter recognition and letter sounds. These printable activities has a little bit of everything needed for letter learning.

MORE LETTER Z CRAFTS & PRINTABLE WORKSHEETS FROM KIDS ACTIVITIES BLOG

If you loved those fun letter Z crafts then you’ll love these! We have even more alphabet craft ideas and letter Z printable worksheets for kids. Most of these fun crafts are also great for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners (ages 2-5).

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Oh so many ways to play with the alphabet!

MORE ALPHABET CRAFTS & PRESCHOOL WORKSHEETS

Looking for more alphabet crafts and free alphabet printables? Here are some great ways to learn the alphabet. These are great preschool crafts and preschool activities , but these would also be a fun craft for kindergarteners and toddlers as well.

Which letter z craft are you going to try first? Tell us which alphabet craft is your favorite!



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  1. I was struggling to come up with some letter Z crafts and activities for the week ahead. This is such a handy resource for my preschool planning!