15 Letter B ActivitiesJune 18, 2017 / byLiz / Categories : Feeds
My son’s name starts with the letter B, so it is a letter he mastered early and quickly. He was always really excited to see the letter B on things and was quick to point it out. For my daughter though (whose name starts with a P) she had no exceptional interest in the letter. For kids like her, here are a bunch of great letter B activities to help them practice and learn the letter!
15 Letter B Activities
B is for bear! I love turning the letter into something fun. All you need is construction paper, felt and googley eyes!
This cute cotton ball bunny is also made from a capital letter B. So fun! via The Simple Parent
Use this printable button match activity for a simple way to start learning the letter B. via Learning 4 Kids
This butterfly lacing card is a fun activity for the letter B and also great for fine motor skills. via Better Than I Could Have Imagined
This fun bumble bee construction paper craft is made from a B! from ABCs to ACTs
These free letter B worksheets are a fun way for kids to practice!
Color, cut and paste together this letter B butterfly using this printable. via Muck Monsters
Turn a baseball and bat into the letter B! Perfect for little baseball fans. via MPM School Supplies
Talk about the letter B with a whole letter b box filled with things beginning with a B. via Teaching Mama
Yes, you can even turn bananas into a B! via Blessings Overflowing
This beautiful butterfly paper sun catcher is a fun craft for kids. via Crystal and Comp
Add feathers, google eyes and a nose to make the letter B into a bird. via The Measured Mom
This week of B lesson plan has lots of great letter B practice. via The Magnolia Barn
Use yarn to make this fuzzy letter B brown bear. via Kidz Activities
Turn a lowercase b into a boat! This is easy and fun. via No Time For Flash Cards
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