What do clowns like to eat? Cotton candy, of course! Your kids will have fun “feeding” the clown cotton candy in this Clown Letter Recognition Activity!
As they say the name of the capital and lowercase letters, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will be working on learning the ABC’s!
If your students already know the names of the letters, they can practice saying the sounds that the letters make.
One of the 5 pre-reading skills that kids need before learning how to read is letter knowledge.
Using hands-on activities like this one is a fun way for preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice naming capital and lowercase letters.
Getting Ready To Use The Clown Letter Recognition Activity:
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- Clown to Feed
- 26 Cotton Candy with Capital Letters
- 26 Cotton Candy with Lowercase Letters
What Else Is Needed:
- White Card Stock or Copy Paper
- Paper Bag or Cardboard Box
To prepare this letter activity for your kids, fill out the form below. Next, download and print the clown and cotton candy on white card stock.
Then, laminate the clown and cotton candy, so your children can reuse this activity. Then, cut the pieces apart.
Finally, tape or glue the clown on a paper bag or cardboard box (such as a small tissue box) and cut the mouth out.
You may also want to sort the capital and lowercase letter cotton candy into two different groups, so your pre-readers can work on one at a time.
How To Use The Clown Letter Recognition Activity:
For this alphabet activity, your preschoolers will pick a cotton candy and say the name of the capital or lowercase letter on it as they “feed” it to the clown.
If your pre-readers have just begun learning the names of the letters, start with just a few capital or lowercase letters. You can then add more cotton candy as their letter knowledge increases.
If your children can fluently name all of the capital and lowercase letters, they can practice saying the sound that each letter makes as they feed the clown.
How Can This Activity Be Used In The Classroom?
There are many different ways to use this activity in any early elementary classroom or homeschool.
If you do a circus unit, you can use this letter recognition as an independent literacy center, morning tub, or small group activity.
Your preschoolers will practice identifying capital and lowercase letters as they feed the clown cotton candy in this Clown Letter Recognition Activity!
More Circus Literacy Activities:
If you are looking for more circus-themed literacy activities for your young learners, try these fun, hands-on resources:
Circus Alphabet Puzzles from The Kindergarten Connection
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Download The Clown Letter Recognition Activity:
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