12 Letter C ActivitiesJuly 2, 2017 / byLiz / Categories : Feeds
We’re working on letter C activities! Learning letters is a process that can take some time and we have some really fun letter c activities help you do just that in a really fun way. Your kids won’t even realize they’re learning!
12 Letter C Activities
Make a letter C carrot with orange tissue paper. via Blessings Overflowing
Add eyes, ears and whiskers to the letter C to make a cat! via Miss Marens Monkeys
Use cotton balls glued to the letter C to make a fuzzy cloud. via Discover Explore Learn
Use these free letter C letter mazes to make your way through following the C’s.
Color pretend cookies and make them into a C. via Frugal Fun for Boys
Line up these printable cars to make the letter C. via Kidz Activities
Explore C with a letter C sensory bin. This is really fun for beginning learners. via Stir The Wonder
This letter C car painting activity is super fun! via Mommas Fun World
Grab these free letter C worksheets to practice.
Fill this empty letter C with cut outs of things that start with the letter. via The Measured Mom
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