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Learning the letter S! Letter S learning Resources, alphabet recognition, phonics, activities and crafts for preschoolers. Learn to read, write and have fun with the letter S.
20+ Letter S Crafts & Activities for Preschoolers to Learn the Alphabet Through Play
Let’s learn the letter S!
We are still going with our Fun With Letters series, and I just can’t believe how fast we are moving!
Letter recognition is one of the most important skills children develop before learning how to read full sentences and then paragraphs.
The letter S plays an important part in the alphabet called a consonant. To understand better what sounds the letter b can make, here is the Letter S song.
Today is all about the letter S! By the end of these series, your kid will know how to read like a pro!
One of the oldest learning activities is drawing! Give some crayons to your child, or even make your own crayons, and let your kid draw the following:
Crafts are a super easy and fun way to teach the letter S.
Today we are doing an S is for Snake craft. It’s a super cute craft that will help your kid develop a good idea of what the letter S looks like.
Don’t stop yet! We have even more fun and engaging letter S activities!
We have tons of words that start with S activities for your little ones. There are so many fun things to learn the letter S, from making a snake craft to creating a snail with a paper plate.
Our simple Letter S worksheet is a good start for kids who are just starting to learn to handwrite. Don’t forget to color in the drawing too!
Learning to write the letter S has never been so easy. These Words that start with the letter S worksheets are really useful for kids of all ages that need to practice handwriting.
These worksheets pack includes uppercase and lowercase tracing pages, coloring sheets, and phonics activities to teach students the sounds of words that begin with Letter S.
Our Color by letters worksheets includes super fun printables for letters P, Q, R, S, and T. Kids won’t even notice they’re learning!
Make a letter zipline with a cute free printable. Kids love it because seeing letters in action is much more fun than regular letters!
This alphabet game will have your child excited about identifying the alphabet. Plus, it’s a super fun game so they will not want to stop playing.
What about a pretend game? This fishing alphabet game is all about learning to recognize the alphabet and how it sounds.