Learning the letter K! Letter K learning Resources, alphabet recognition, phonics, activities and crafts for preschoolers. Learn to read, write and have fun with the letter K.
20+ Letter K Crafts & Activities for Preschoolers to Learn the Alphabet Through Play
Let’s learn the letter K!
Yay for the Letter K!
Games and activities to learn to recognize the letters is a great way to learn the alphabet later on.
We have already been through the first 10 letters of the alphabet. That’s so impressive!
Letter K Song
The letter K plays an important part in the alphabet called a consonant. To understand better what sounds the letter b can make, here is the Letter K song.
Let’s get our hands on some activities and crafts to learn the letter K. So grab your supplies and let’s start!
Letter K Lesson Plan
We love the letter K! There are so many fun words that start with the letter K. How many words that start with K does your kid know?
How many words that start with the letter K can they think of?
Do they know foods that start with the Letter K?
Or maybe animals that start with K?
Letter K Crafts to Teach
Our first craft is this cute art project! K is for Kite is a craft that all kids love because it looks like a small version of a real kite.
Get some different colors of construction paper, a ribbon, some glue, and a pair of scissors and your kid will be ready to start this craft.
But don’t stop there! We have more cute crafts! From King to Kangaroo, your kids will have a blast while learning.
The Letter K Activities is a combination of 15 different fun and engaging activities to make learning exciting for your little ones. You will find everything your kid needs to learn the letter K: from printable kitten masks to kangaroo felt crafts.
Preschool Printable Letter K Worksheets
Now that they have mastered recognizing the letter K, it’s time for some worksheets! Remember that worksheets work best when done between fun activities.
Let’s start with a simple The Letter K printable where your kid can practice over and over uppercase and lowercase K. We’re sure they will get the hang of it pretty quickly!
Once they’re done with that simple K, let’s move on to more free printables!