12 Letter F ActivitiesJuly 16, 2017 / byLiz / Categories : Feeds
Today we’re doing some fun letter F activities! My kids love all the animals that go with this letter like foxes, flamingos, fish and frogs.
These ideas are a fun way to learn a new letter.
12 Letter F Activities
This cute fox is made from the letter F! Just add a few accessories.
F is for feather! Fill a blank letter E with feathers for a fun craft. via No Time For Flash Cards
Play this fun fish letter sorting game to work on upper and lowercase F’s. via HubPages
Make an American flag letter F with construction paper. via The Princess and the Tot
This adorable craft flower is made from a lowercase F! via Our Country Road
Work on the letter F with your kids by using these free printable worksheets.
Make a fire F with red and yellow tissue paper. via I Can Teach My Child
Use this printable to make this cute flower. via Living Montessori Now
Make this cute green frog from the letter F. via Crystal and Co.
Grab these free letter F coloring pages featuring a fish, feet and a fly. via Learning 2 Walk
We love this cute letter F flamingo with pink feathers! via Pinterest
Fun With Letters Preschool Alphabet Resource
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