12 Letter E ActivitiesJuly 9, 2017 / byLiz / Categories : Feeds
We are learning our letters and today we have letter E activities! If you are planning weekly lessons for each letter of the alphabet, you’ve come to the right place. Here you will find a bunch of fun crafts and activities to help your kids learn about the letter E in a fun way.
12 Letter E Activities
Turn the letter E into an elephant! Kids love this fun craft idea.
Use fork painting to make Elmo from the letter E. via School Time Snippets
And here is a lowercase E for Elmo! via Moms Town
Grab these free letter E worksheets to help practice the letter E in a fun way
E for eyes. Fill a letter E with googley eyes! via The Lion Is A Boookwork
Make a blue and green earth from an E. via Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divaas
We love this fun letter E eye spy tray to hunt for letters. via A Little Pinch of Perfect
E is for envelope! Put them together to form the letter. via No Time For Flash Cards
Make a birds nest with a letter E bird. via The Imagination Nook
Turn the letter E into an eagle! via Our Mijos
Use blocks on an empty letter E to make your own. via In My World
Cut out a letter E and paint it with egg stamping. via I Can Teach My Child
Fun With Letters Preschool Alphabet Resource
Continue your Letter E learning by signing up for our email series Fun With Letters. This preschool alphabet resource is full of activities, worksheets and coloring pages.
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