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Learning the letter W! Letter W learning Resources, alphabet recognition, phonics, activities and crafts for preschoolers. Learn to read, write and have fun with the letter W.
Let’s learn the letter W!
Let’s continue with our Fun with letters series. I can’t believe we are almost done with them!
Today we are learning all about the letter W.
The letter W plays an important part in the alphabet called a consonant. To understand better what sounds the letter b can make, here is the Letter W song.
We’ve put together these free printable letter W worksheets and activities to help your young learners get a grasp of the letter in an engaging and fun way!
You can introduce your kid to this letter with a couple of simple questions, like:
Once they’ve got an idea of what the letter W sounds like, we can start doing some crafts to make them interested in this letter.
So let’s learn as much as we can about the letter W!
One of my favorite mammals actually starts with the letter W. So today we are making a craft of it! This W is for whale craft is super cute and very easy.
For this craft, you only need blue construction paper, a blue pipe cleaner, funny googly eyes, scissors hand glue!
Check out these cool letter W activities. Whales, walruses, and watermelon — there are so many adorable things you can make using the letter w!
Make an adorable walrus out of cupcake liners, create a wolf from a paper plate, or build a windmill from a toilet paper roll. They are just too cute and the best part: easy to make!
I love worksheets because it’s the most effective way to teach kids to write, and there are many ways to do them in an engaging way.
For example, this free Letter W worksheet has lines to practice both uppercase and lowercase letter W. There is also a cute watermelon at the end that can be colored in.
Slowly your kid can start writing more and more each time. We like to make writing fun with these Letter W Worksheets that have just about everything you need to teach the letter W: uppercase and lowercase tracing pages, coloring sheets, and phonics activities to teach students the sounds of words that begin with Letter W.
These Letters to Color are perfect to revise the letters they have already learned and also a great option for a quiet afternoon.
Practice, practice, practice! Let your children practice their handwriting skills with these 10 free handwriting worksheets that will help keep your child excited about practicing while getting in some great fine motor skill practice!
We put together a list of alphabet activities for toddlers for even the smallest learners.
Or why not try these phonics free printables to make learning an engaging game? Learning the alphabet doesn’t have to be boring!