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Letter "Kk" Recognition Craft Projects & Activities
We spend one week reinforcing each letter with crafts and activities after it is introduced.
"Kk" is for Kite
See activity below.
"Kk" is for Keys.
Place keys under a sheet of paper and rub with the side of a crayon.
Other ideas for collaging with letter Kk,
Use stickers or find things in magazines that start with K.
Kisses. Put on lipstick(use an aplicator)and kiss away!!
Get The letter Kk Template here...
Carl's Corner Letter K - This comes with a sheet to color, cut, and paste to the letter.
Letter K & Kite Sponge Painting
Invest in some Alphabet and misc. sponges for crafts like this. They are about $2 or $3 per bag at Walmart. Also available from school supply stores. We use ours to make a page like this for every letter we are learning from September through May. Parents are encouraged to take them home and post them where the child can see and practice every day. When we finish the entire alphabet they can make them into a book or put them into a binder.
Group Time Activity
Before the activity, remind children that the word kite begins with the letter k. Invite children to make and decorate colorful kites, using construction paper, crayons, markers and other art materials. Help children make kite tails from yarn and tissue paper bows (we just glued streamers straight on), As a finishing touch, invite children to stamp capital K's all over their kites. Display children's kites around the room, letting them dangle from the ceiling from lengths of string. We took ours outside and let them blow about in the wind. (We reinforced the hole in the top and tied on kite string with a straw for a handle. See picture above) If time allows, take children out into the yard to fly a real kite.
Cut several key shapes from colorful posterboard. Then have children help you look through old magaines to find pictures of objects that begin with k, such as a kite, ketchup or a kangaroo. Cut out the pictures and attach one to each key. String all the keys onto a key chain, and invite children to take turns naming the letters and pictures on the keys.
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