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Learning the letter I! Letter I learning Resources, alphabet recognition, phonics, activities and crafts for preschoolers. Learn to read, write and have fun with the letter I.
Let’s learn the letter I!
Let’s continue learning the alphabet letters! Today we are working on the letter I, as in, “I can’t believe how fast we’re going!”
We love teaching the alphabet with hands-on games, cute crafts, and activities that let your kid learn by playing. Alphabet learning can be fun!
The letter I plays an important part in the alphabet called a vowel. To understand better what sounds the letter a can make, here is the Letter I song:There are countless words that start with the letter I: ice, island, iguana. Let’s see how many more we can learn today!
I is for igloo, iguana, and ice cream! There are so many fun words that start with the letter I.
How many words that start with I do they know? Make it a game!
This list with Alphabet games for kids will have your kid excited about learning the letters. It also works as exercise time so it’s a double win!
There are so many intelligent words that start with the letter I. We have a super simple but fun activity for your young learners — let’s make an adorable Iguana!
I is for Iguana is perfect for animal lovers. The cute tale is the best part. You don’t need much for this craft, except for green construction paper, googly eyes, a green pipe cleaner and a small piece of red pipe cleaner. Add some glue and scissors and your kids are all ready for an hour of fun!
We also a list of 15 activities to keep your younger kids learning and active. The Letter I Activities has a compilation of all sorts of crafts and games: from creating Ice Cream Cones to building an Iguana with a toilet paper roll, there are tons of crafts for your little ones to pick from.
Our simple The Letter I printable is a nice way to practice handwriting. Print this worksheet, laminate it and use markers instead of pencils — this way, your kid can practice as many times as needed!
After that, it’s time for more fun free The Letter I Worksheets printables. Remember your kids don’t have to make them all in one go. That’d be boring! It’s best to do one or two at different times so the letter will be easier to memorize.
These worksheets include:
These Letter to Color Worksheets are perfect for a quiet afternoon in. They are so fun, they won’t even know they are learning!
By the way, if they’re feeling energetic, why not make fitness fun with alphabet exercise?
You can find more inspiration to teach the letters with alphabet for toddlers activities here.