20+ Letter R Activities for Preschoolers to Learn the Alphabet Through Play
Let's learn the letter R!
Yay for the Letter R!
We are continuing our Fun with Letter series, and today it's all about the letter R!
Teaching your kid to recognize the alphabet is important because it helps them figure out how reading works much faster.
And the best way to learn the alphabet is by having fun! Crafts, games, and other activities are essential to developing a kid's reading skills.
Letter R Sound
The letter R plays an important part in the alphabet called a consonant. To understand better what sounds the letter b can make, here is the Letter R song.
So let's get started with the letter R!
Letter R Lesson Plan
Let's begin the lesson by naming all the words we know that begin with R.
Make it a game!
- Name one place that starts with R, it can be a city, a state, or a country!
- Does your kid know foods that start with R?
- Can they name animals that start with the letter R?
- Help them think of words that start with R
Crafts to Teach the Letter R
R is for rainbow, rocket, and rabbit. There are countless of fun words that start with the letter R.
R is for Road, too. So today we are making a road craft! All you need is colored construction paper, scissors, and glue.
This letter is all about rainbows, roads, and rockets. So here are more words that start with R activities.
Make race cars with toilet paper rolls, or make a cool 3D rainbow. Choose your kid's favorite!
Preschool Printable Letter R Worksheets
Now that we know how to recognize the letter R, it's time to practice our handwriting.
The Letter R is a very simple yet effective worksheet that will help your kids learn to recognize and write the letter R, both uppercase and lowercase.
For even more free engaging printables, here we have free Letter R Worksheets, this packet includes uppercase and lowercase tracing pages, coloring sheets, and phonics activities to teach students the sounds of words that begin with Letter R.
More Alphabet Learning Resources
Check out our Color by letters printable. If your kids love to color, then this is perfect for them!
We have more handwriting worksheets for kids who are practicing their writing skills.
These tracing coloring pages are a great challenge for preschoolers who are just reading how to write. Even if your kids already know how to write, they will enjoy the extra challenge.
How do quick activities for preschoolers sound for a quiet afternoon in? They are quick to set up and they will be busy learning for a while.