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Learning the letter G! Letter G learning Resources, alphabet recognition, phonics, activities and crafts for preschoolers. Learn to read, write and have fun with the letter G.
Let’s learn the letter G!
If you are looking for engaging and fun alphabet activities to help your toddler, preschooler or kindergartener learn their ABC, then you have come to the right place!
We are continuing our Fun With Letters series with the letter G. Our goal is to help your kids learn to recognize the letter G in a way that makes learning super fun and interactive.
The letter G plays an important part in the alphabet called a consonant. To understand better what sounds the letter b can make, here is the Letter G song.
So we have compiled a list of our favorite crafts and activities to help your little one learn everything about the letter G: words that start with G, phonic activities, handwriting worksheets, and more!
It’s time to use your knowledge and think of things that start with G. Even better, make a list of:
Let your kid draw their favorite from each category!
Does your kid LOVE sour gummies? Maybe it’s time for a treat. Make these sour gummy recipe to make your alphabet learning lesson a lot more delicious.
G is for giants, green beans and grass!
There are so many words that start with the letter G. We made an adorable giraffe craft that walks, so this craft doubles as a toy. Win!
This G is for Giraffe craft will keep your toddler or preschooler engaged in this learning activity while they can explore their creativity.
But that’s not all. Here are 14 Letter G Activities to keep the lesson going! Help your kid make a letter G with glitter, or use a paper plate to make a g shaped goose. Hands-on activities are always the best choice when teaching the alphabet.
Why not make learning a game? Games are a safe choice when teaching the alphabet. Play this alphabet game for kids with alphabet letters, markers, and a large paper to help your kid identify the letter G.
Once your kid has mastered the letter G (or can at least recognize it pretty well!), it’s time to revise. Worksheets work wonders for that!
The Letter G printable worksheet is a nice way to practice handwriting the letter G. There is a little guitar that can be colored in too.
And for more free printables, The Letter G Worksheets has 8 different worksheets; it’s got everything your kid could need to perfect this lesson.
You will get uppercase and lowercase tracing pages, coloring sheets, and phonics activities to teach students the sounds of words that begin with Letter G.
For the small artists out there, we have something for you. Color by letters is a fun way to do revisions on things already learned in past lessons, from the letter F all the way to letter J.
You can also use these printable alphabet label to organize all your alphabet crafts and worksheets.