Download some letter C crafts for preschoolers. The projects in the PDF are very low prep. All you have to do is print on colored paper. Or if you don't want to make crafts, there are some coloring pages too.
The PDF would be great for students who have finished their work and want something more to do. Or have the PDF in your sub folder so when you have a substitute teacher, they will have something fun and educational to do with your class.
In the PDF, you will find five different letter C crafts for preschoolers and eight coloring pages. There are also two ways that you can print the caterpillar.
Here are some of the finished crafts that you will find in the booklet.
This would be great for all the car lovers in your class. All you have to do is print the letter C in your favorite car color. Be sure to also print the seat, steering wheel, and the two circles for tires.
Then give your students scissors and glue. The seat and steering wheel go inside the letter. While the wheels go on the outside.
If your students don't want to do a craft, you can provide a coloring page.
The caterpillar is another fun project. Make it all one color. Or make the circles different colors.
This craft would also be great to use on a unit about butterflies. Or maybe something to do for spring.
You could also teach your students about AB pattering by providing two colors for the circles.
Look how the letter C is made into a cute crab. If you don't want to use the paper eyes, you could use wiggly eyes.
Also, set this project aside for when you are studying about the beach.
There are two more letter C crafts for preschoolers. Your students can make a cow and a cup. The cup is super easy and will only take a few minutes to do.
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Besides crafts, there are several coloring pages. Because coloring and crayons begin with the letter C!
These sheets would be great for individual work, learning centers, and rainy days.
This is also something you could provide in your substitute folder. The students have something to do if there is extra time in the day.
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