Whether you have a letter of the week in your classroom or at your home finding fun alphabet activities are important for students. When practicing the alphabet it is important for students to have free space to practice, make mistakes, and learn about the alphabet through various forms of activity. When students complete full body activities while learning the alphabet they are able to commit more to memory and learn faster too. Here we share the best letter t preschool activities and craft ideas for preschoolers. These activities will increase student engagement and help them learn the capital, and lowercase T, and the sound it makes.
Teaching the alphabet through hands on activities can help your students increase their literacy skills and build their vocabulary. With these alphabet activities, you’ll be able to engage your students more than ever before. These letter t activities for preschool will also help your students improve their fine motor skills while they practice writing. It’s important that children learn how to write with pencils and other writing utensils early on so they will have a head start in school when they need it most. The letter t is two basic lines which make it a great letter to teach early on for practicing their writing skills too.
In our house we love to integrate T into everything we do as I teach it. We also include different food nights for letter t activities for preschool. Not only is this fun and time to bond it also helps with math skills, fine motor, and trying new foods.
Foods that start with T:
Many of these foods are great for letter t cooking activities for preschool because several you will have to cook and make together. Cooking is something we love to do as a family because we create special memories like, remember that time daddy spilled flour all over you? Yes, It has happened and although it gets messy it sure gives us good laughs.
There are so many T crafts and ideas out there. Since we only focus on the letter until we master it, we only complete a couple of projects. We make a capital T craft and a lowercase T craft. However, for more T craft ideas make sure to check out this post.
To make our capital T for tree craft you will need brown paper, green paper, and we added some feathers but you do not have to! Next, I cut a strip of the brown and green paper. Then, glue the green piece at the top. Finally add some feathers or leaf stickers for a fluffy tree.
Also, try out this lowercase T craft. All you need is one color paper, and scrap paper cut into small triangles. Next, glue two strips of paper together to make the lowercase t. Then, have students glue small triangles all over the letter t. We love making crafts that also serve a purpose. For example, this lowercase T craft makes a great craft to include math and triangles!
There are several letter t worksheets for preschoolers out there so we will share our recommendations and our favorite letter t worksheets to use throughout the year to learn, write, and learn the sound it makes.
We love these hands-on no prep worksheets for the letter t for many reasons. For one, you just print and go! It cuts down on your planning and prep work. Secondly, these worksheets allow students to build T with different objects. Also, majority of these worksheets you can reuse as needed throughout the school year. Just place in a laminator sheet or laminate the printable to reuse all week or any time.
Students will build T with popsicle sticks, playdoh, shapes, pom-poms, and several other manipulatives. There are pages for the capital and lowercase T . Also, these letter t preschool activities are great for independent practice. These hands on worksheets have ten activities for T and for every other letter too. Click here to download these hands on letter t worksheets for preschool today.
In addition, to these no prep worksheets we also love these playdoh mats to create, build, and increase fine motor skills all while learning T and the sound it makes. These playdough mats include different pictures that students will use to make out of playdough. This is a great activity to practice the beginning sounds. Just print and laminate to reuse all week long or as you need them throughout the year. Download this here today!
Okay this is my favorite letter t activity because it is self checking and builds those fine motor skills. Plus, it takes ordinary task cards and makes them more fun and hands-on. To use, just print out the pages, laminate, and cut on the solid lines, and hole punch on the circles. Then, leave these out as a center for students to thread the correct answer through a pipe cleaner, or stir stick, or even a straw. Students love these letter t preschool activities!
We use beginning sound task cards and there are nine for every letter. Students will read the task card and find the object that begins with T. To grab over two hundred task cards you can download them here today!
Furthermore, we also practice matching capital and lowercase T through these fun task cards too. Similar to the beginning sound activities the prep work for these are the same. However, instead of looking for the beginning sound, students match the capital T to the lowercase T. These letter t preschool activities for capital and lowercase practice makes a great literacy center and independent activity. There are over five hundred task cards for matching capital and lowercase letters which you can download today here.
In addition to the letter T worksheets for preschoolers we also create sensory bins to play with, learn, and explore things that start with T. Here is a list of items we place inside our sensory bin objects that start with T:
I check around the house for any of these objects above and place them into a sensory bin for play and discovery.
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